Cancer, Sugar, and the Immune System

Cancer, Sugar, and the Immune System

When we think of sugars and cancer we know that the two don’t mix. Sugar feeds cancer cell growth and eating it accelerates its disease progression. However, in a different molecule combination, multiple sugar molecules (called polysaccharides)...

Integrative Cancer Treatments Seminars

Integrative Cancer Treatments Seminars

There is an increasing demand for integrative cancer treatments by patients and their families. Join us for our new series, “Integrative Cancer Treatments”, will explore the roles of medicine, nutrition, and mind-body-health in order...

Cancer, Immune Support, Diet and Nutrition

Cancer, Immune Support, Diet and Nutrition

Having cancer means you’re more likely to have a weakened immune system, as it is your immune system which has the ability to identify and destroy rogue cancer cells in the body. What causes a weakened immune system is due to many factors, but...

Functional Medicine Approach to Cancer Part 1

Functional Medicine Approach to Cancer Part 1

The goal of functional medicine is to understand the root causes of why a patient has cancer. The human body was designed to be healthy and have a healthy immune response and healthy cell regeneration and repair. Several factors can contribute to...

Breast Cancer Management and Treatment part 1

Breast Cancer Management and Treatment part 1

Breast cancer in Hong Kong is on the rise, with 4000 new cases diagnosed per year, making it the third most common cancer, after lung and colorectal.1 Despite conventional treatments now providing better 5-year survival rates than in the past...

Ketogenic Diet and Cancer

Ketogenic Diet and Cancer

The body makes energy from the food it consumes, which is typically made up of carbohydrates, proteins and fats. When we break these down during digestion we obtain glucose, amino acids and fatty acids. Our cells make energy primarily from two...

Rife Therapy for Cancer

Rife Therapy for Cancer

Rife therapy is a form of treatment during which electromagnetic frequencies are delivered to the body by devices which emit specific frequencies to target specific types of cells.

Cancer Markers – conventional v alternative

Cancer Markers – conventional v alternative

Cancer tumor markers are used by doctors and oncologists to help them diagnose and track changes in cancer development or remission in patients. They’re also used to determine when to implement chemotherapy or immunotherapy after surgery...

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