Anti
cancer
Living

Anticancer living is built on a belief that self-care is health care and that greater wellness is available to us all.

The
EVIDENCE
is in

You can reduce cancer risk and support treatment by focusing on six key areas of health and wellness

Introducing the concept of the “Mix of Six,” Anticancer Living provides an informed case that building social and emotional support; managing stress; improving sleep, exercise and diet; and minimizing exposure to environmental toxins work together to promote an optimal environment for health and well-being.

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Synergy

- a phenomenon in which the whole is more than the sum of its parts.

Changing your lifestyle in a number of areas makes each change more effective than it would be on its own. These same lifestyle factors interact with and reinforce each other in both positive and negative ways.

Love and Support

Support is the backbone on which all other lifestyle changes will either succeed or fail.

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Stress

Stress impacts all aspects of our lifestyle and all aspects of our physical health.

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Sleep

Rest and rejuvenation are essential components of anticancer living.

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Exercise

The human body, which is an evolutionary masterpiece of biological engineering, is designed to be in motion.

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Diet

Food is the fuel that powers the human body.

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Environment

Toxic chemicals are not just found under our sinks.

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Cultivating Gratitude

Throughout human evolution, our ancestors’ survival depended heavily on their ability to detect and respond to potential threats or danger in their environment, such as predators or hostile tribes, which…
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The Golden Elixir: Olive Oil’s Role in Preventing Cancer and Avoiding the Counterfeits

In the quest for a healthier lifestyle, the role of diet cannot be overstated, and one standout champion in this regard is olive oil. Olive oil, often hailed as the…
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Stress Levels Linked to Melanoma Treatment Success

A new study recently published in Nature Medicine is quite personal, as I too had stage 3 melanoma over 5 years ago. In a groundbreaking study, researchers found a surprising…
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