Many cancers are profoundly impacted by diet and lifestyle behaviours. For some cancers, preventative actions – like a nutraceutical diet or targeted exercise program – have been shown to reduce the chance of cancer developing by 80%+.
What Are Nutraceuticals?
Nutraceuticals are parts of foods or supplements that have a proven role in regulating the genes and processes involved in cancer.
Each week, new studies emerge that demonstrate the positive impact of nutraceuticals in cancer treatment and prevention. At CTOAM, we have seen remarkable results in our clients after just one week on a nutraceutical diet. But don’t just take our word for it – convince yourself by reading the many peer-reviewed scientific journals, studies, and research-based articles on this subject, and see for yourself.
Medical science has shown that certain foods and supplements directly affect cancer-causing genes, in one of two ways:
- They make it harder for cancer-causing genes to trigger cancer growth.
- They directly strengthen genes that suppress cancer from developing.
This means that eating certain foods or supplements can have a significant positive impact on cancer prevention, treatment, and management.
A nutraceutical diet is not a regular diet plan. Instead, it’s based solely on your genetics and personalized research on which foods are scientifically proven to help prevent or slow the development of your cancer.
Eat to Prevent & Fight Cancer – Get a Personalized Nutraceutical Diet!
If you’ve already had genetic sequencing done (either for inherited mutations or because you’ve already had cancer), a nutraceutical diet and targeted diet plan can be specifically designed for you, for cancer prevention.
Our Nutraceutical Diet and Targeted Exercise Program can dramatically reduce your chances of developing an inherited cancer.
And for those who have already had cancer, ensuring you’re getting the right nutraceuticals in your daily diet can go a long way to prevent cancer from coming back.
Speak to a cancer expert to discover how nutraceuticals can help you – book your FREE consultation today.on February 18, 2019
Tags: Cancer Prevention, Cancer Research, Diet, Nutraceuticals, Nutrition, Precision Oncology
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