Archives / 6 post/s found

Beating Cancer with Nutrition

Slow Cancer Growth

by Dr. Patrick Quillin, PhD,RD,CNS
Comments are off for this post.
Anti Proliferative Agents While most nutritionists agree on the importance of growth (proliferative) nutrients, few nutritionists respect the importance for anti-proliferative nutrients. Various nutrients and substances in the body stimulate or subdue angiogenesis (making of new blood vessels), including the powerful vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF). Selenium, fish oil, garlic, cat’s claw, Maitake D-fraction, vitamin E succinate, vitamin K, quercetin, genistein, bindweed, and bovine cartilage all may assist the cancer patient in this manner.
Beating Cancer with Nutrition

Sugar and Cancer

by Dr. Patrick Quillin, PhD,RD,CNS
Comments are off for this post.
Starve the Cancer Cancer is a sugar-feeder. The scientists call it an “obligate glucose metabolizer”. You can slow cancer growth by lowering the amount of fuel available to the tumor cells. Americans have become humming birds in our constant consumption of sweet fluids and foods. The resulting constant high blood glucose levels yield many diseases, including cancer, diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, and yeast infections. Trying to beat cancer while eating a diet that constantly raises blood glucose is like trying to put out a forest fire while someone nearby is throwing gasoline on the trees. Stop Eating Sugar Stop eating […]
Boost Immunity

Boost Immunity

by Dr. Patrick Quillin, PhD,RD,CNS
Comments are off for this post.
Turbocharge Your Immune System Your immune system consists of 20 trillion cells that compose your police force and garbage collectors. The immune system is responsible for killing the bad guys, any cells that are not participating in the processes of your body, including cancer, yeast, bacteria, virus, and dead cells. “Kill the bad guys and take out the trash.” That is what your immune system is supposed to do. But since you have cancer, something is wrong with your immune system: usually either stress, toxic burden, or malnutrition. Boost Your Immunity Eat well and take professionally designed nutrition supplements. Lower […]
chemo and nutrition

Chemo and Nutrition

by Dr. Patrick Quillin, PhD,RD,CNS
Comments are off for this post.
Nutrition + Medicine = Improved Resuults While chemotherapy and radiation can kill cancer cells, these therapies are general toxins against your body cells also. A well-nourished cancer patient can protect healthy cells against the toxic effects of chemo and radiation, thus making the cancer cells more vulnerable to the medicine. Proper nutrition can make chemo and radiation more of a selective toxin against the cancer and less damaging to the patient.
Avoid Malnutrition with Cancer

Avoid Malnutrition

by Dr. Patrick Quillin, PhD,RD,CNS
Comments are off for this post.
Cancer cachexia Kills up to 40% or more of all cancer patients Cancer is a wasting disease. Over 40% of cancer patients actually die from malnutrition, not from the cancer. Cancer generates chemicals that lower appetite while increasing calorie needs. The net effect is that many cancer patients begin to lose weight. Avoiding malnutrition is crucial. You cannot fight a life-threatening disease while malnourished. You need all the proper nutrition you can get to feed your immune system, which is your army assigned to killing the cancer cells. The backbone of the immune system is protein. If you cannot eat […]
beating cancer with nutrition

Beating Cancer with Nutrition

by Dr. Patrick Quillin, PhD,RD,CNS
Comments are off for this post.
A well-nourished cancer patient can better manage the disease Focus on the parts of your body that are working properly, not on the cancer. Since you are alive enough to read this book, then something and perhaps quite a bit are working in your body. Give thanks for everything that you can think of. Thanksgiving is a healing balm on the body and soul. What are your priorities in life? Have they changed since finding out about your cancer diagnosis? Have they changed for the better? Is it possible that cancer has become a life-threatening, yet valuable wakeup call for […]