You or someone you know facing a cancer diagnosis? Need help getting through treatments? Want to know which supplements might be beneficial or harmful? I’ve researched this thoroughly for my own well-being and guarantee that these resources are tops. One’s an N.D., a naturopath by training; the other, a PhD in nutrition. Both believe in working with conventional medicine as well.
• Dr. Jeanne C. Wallace, PhD in nutrition, www.nutritional-solutions.net–has an “encyclopedic knowledge of the biochemical mechanisms that can feed or, to the contrary, greatly limit the spread of cancer… As observed by researchers at the NIH, many of the patients Jeanne looked after…survived far longer than originally predicted.” (from the late Dr. David Servan-Schreiber’s book, “Anti Cancer A New Way of Life”) Wallace spends much of her time researching and speaking these days, but she’s trained and consults with a small team of advisors, who are always there for you.
• Dr. James Belanger, N.D., www.lexingtonnaturalhealth.com —is a naturopath by training and had cancer himself, which was cured, he says, by a combination of conventional and complementary approaches. He teaches nutrition at the New England School of Acupuncture, and like Wallace’s team, offers advice on both diet and supplements.
Although Wallace is in Utah and Belanger, in Massachusetts, you don’t have to travel to pick their brains. Both will consult by phone and email. Wallace’s team also use Skype.
It takes a bit of time to get an appointment, though. You’ll have to fill out forms and submit your history, and they will likely ask for some additional bloodwork. If you’re seriously interested, have a look today. And no, I don’t get any benefit from referring you–just trying to save the world, one person at a time. You will, too, by forwarding this to someone you love.