Natural Cancer Care and Prevention with Dr. Suzanne McMurry
Estrogen dominance can cause acne, bloating, weight gain and certain cancer such as breast, uterine and prostate cancer. Learn how to detect if you have estrogen dominance and what to do to prevent it naturally.
Do you have hard stools? Less than 3 bowel movements per week? Strain to go? Sense of incomplete evacuation? Excessive amount of time spent on the toilet?
Occasional constipation is very common, however chronic constipation, which is incredibly common in the cancer community, can interfere with performing your daily tasks and cause excessive strain and pain when going to the bathroom. Read about natural remedies for constipation.
Cancer related metabolic changes are considered a primary driving force behind decreases in appetite, weight, muscle, and energy. To avoid delays in conventional treatment due to these symptoms it is imperative to develop an preventative treatment plan.
Ease airplane ailments, reduce hangovers and calm the stressors of the holiday season with Dr. McMurry’s natural health tips on having a successful, healthy holiday season!
Colds run rampant from October to 4th of July…yes that’s right 9 months of the year! Which means at this point, we’re NOT even halfway through the cold season. Here are some natural tips to get you feeling better, sooner.
Vitamin D is crucial to the healthy function of your immune system and nervous system, it also supports brain and cardiovascular function. So…how do you know if you’re vitamin D-efficient? Find out in this post!
Cervical cancer is the easiest preventable female cancer. Learn when you should be screened, what is a screening, how often you should have a Pap, if the HPV vaccine prevents against cervical cancer, what puts you at increased risk and natural prevention tips.
Preventative health screenings (breast cancer, colon cancer, cervical cancer) are VITAL to your physical well-being and ability to live a long, healthy life.
Know your risk factors and how to prevent breast cancer. Breast cancer can be prevented by knowing your risk factors, performing self breast exams and getting annual mammograms.
Collagen is a victim of aging. As we age, the collagen in our bodies continually decreases leaving our skin less elastic. This accelerates once we hit 40 years old. So what can we do to reverse the loss of collagen?