Prevention & Lifestyle Blog

Prostate Cancer and Integrative Cancer Care

In my practice, I see every type of cancer. That being said, the trend toward seeing certain cancers is quite obvious. Unfortunately, of the top cancers among Canadians, cancer of the prostate is one that many of my male patients come in to see me about. Depending on...

Mistletoe Therapy and Lung Cancer

When it comes to lung cancer, the complexities of its formation and progression can be difficult to understand. To complicate things even more, the conventional treatment of lung cancer can convolute the situation even further. For many reasons, to be outlined below,...

Lung cancer and IV Vitamin C

Lung cancer is one of Canada’s most common types of cancers. It is also a form of cancer that can be largely avoided. Most people appreciate the link between tobacco smoke and lung cancer, however many have yet to be educated on the value of what naturopathic medicine...

Breast Cancer and Mistletoe

Have you been diagnosed with breast cancer? Are you currently investigating treatment options, are in the midst of treatment, or on the other side of cancer therapy? Regardless of where you're at in terms of treatment, it’s a perfect time to learn about mistletoe....

Breast cancer and Intravenous Vitamin C

With breast cancer leading as the top cancer among women, the investment into leading edge treatment is a priority. When it comes to creating an approach to breast cancer, many women have chosen to follow the conventional only route. With the continued evolution of...

Breast cancer and Integrative cancer care 

Breast cancer is the most common cancer among Canadian woman and is the second leading cause of cancer death in females. Despite breast cancer rates stabilizing over the past several years, it’s still estimated that 1 in 8 Canadian women will develop breast cancer...

Top 10 Symptoms To Check For Cancer

A great article written by the Ottawa Integrative Cancer Centre on top symptoms to look for in the potential for Cancer: Breast Changes Bloating Changing Lymph Nodes Fevers and Infection Mouth Changes Persistant Cough Persistant and Frequent Bruising Skin Changes...

Chronic Stress and Ovarian Cancer Progression

When you're stressed, your body (or more specifically, your adrenal glands - aka your "stress glands") release many neurotransmitters. These neurotransmitters help adapt your body to short term stressful situations. This is a balanced response and considered normal...