"The health-care revolution continues . . . an accessible, science-based approach to wellness." --Andrew Weil, MD
What if we could make basic, sustainable lifestyle changes that could prevent us from getting cancer?
What if those with cancer could improve their chances of living long, vibrant lives?
The evidence is now clear: at least 50 percent of cancer deaths can be prevented by making healthy lifestyle changes. But many--patients and doctors included--still don't realize the simple changes we can make to increase chances of survival, or aid in the healing process for those with a diagnosis. Introducing the concept of the "Mix of Six," Lorenzo Cohen and Alison Jefferies make an informed case that by focusing on six key areas of health and wellness, you can support treatment or reduce your risk for developing cancer altogether.
An accessible, prescriptive guide to wellness based on the latest scientific findings, Anticancer Living
outlines a path to radically transform health, delay or prevent many cancers, support conventional treatments, and significantly improve quality of life.
will empower millions of people with information they can use to reduce their risk of getting cancer and improve their chances of surviving a cancer diagnosis. Highly recommended " --Dean Ornish, MD, author of The Spectrum