Estrogen Metabolism Pathway

Estrogen Metabolism Pathway And The 3 Primary Estrogen Metabolites

Estrogen metabolism pathway: there are three pathways and I label them as the good, bad, and ugly. Previously, I mentioned the 3 primary estrogens: estradiol, estrone, and estriol. That is the simple. The complex is that there are many more estrogens that are actually produced by the body through the process of estrogen metabolism—estrogen metabolites. Estrogen metabolites have been shown …

Stage 4 Breast Cancer With Bone Metastasis

Stage 4 Breast Cancer With Bone Metastasis PET Scan Is Clear

Stage 4 breast cancer with bone metastasis had Shirley M. searching for alternative treatments for cancer. By: Dr. Nathan Goodyear  Ten years ago, Shirley M. was diagnosed with breast cancer. She had a mastectomy and chemotherapy and even adapted a (kind of) vegetarian diet. The cancer was gone. Or so she thought. Fast forward to early 2019: Shirley noticed a …

Glyphosate Cancer Risk

Glyphosate Cancer Risk The Connection Is Evident

Glyphosate cancer risk is growing steadily with plenty of proof as we will explain in this article! By: Dr. Nathan Goodyear  You may or may not be aware of the glyphosate. It is hard to miss it though. It can be found in your local community hardware store. The glyphosate cancer risk is very real. The purpose? To kill those …

Mycotoxins Increase The Risk Of Cancer

Mycotoxins Increase The Risk Of Cancer

Mycotoxins have been shown to obstruct apoptosis or programmed cell death. By: Dr. Nathan Goodyear  Mycotoxins are toxins are just as their name implies: myco = fungus and toxin = toxin. These toxins originate from a fungus that commonly grows in the food supply and in water damaged areas. Mycotoxins will increase the chance of cancer developing in the human …

Why Heavy Metals Are Toxic

Why Heavy Metals Are Toxic?

Why heavy metals and toxic and must be taken into consideration when being treated for cancer. By: Dr. Nathan Goodyear  Heavy metals are some of the most well-known toxins. They include the big guns: Lead, Mercury, Aluminum and the #1 substance on the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) toxin priority list—Arsenic. Heavy metals are: Immunotoxic Carcinogenic Mutagenic …

Xenoestrogens And Cancer

Xenoestrogens And Cancer Connection

Xenoestrogens and cancer understanding the estrogenic effects in the body. By: Dr. Nathan Goodyear  Xenoestrogens and other toxins that affect estrogen signaling. Estrogen signaling is not just confined to estradiol, estrone, and estriol. I want to take it deeper than the visible surface by stepping outside the estrogen that is produced within the body and look at estrogenic signaling that …

Three Types Of Estrogen And The Cancer Implications Explained

Three Types Of Estrogen And The Cancer Implications Explained

The three types of estrogen; estradiol, estrone, and estriol have different effects in the body especially relating to cancer. By: Dr. Nathan Goodyear  All estrogens are not created equally. Whether it is the three types of estrogen we’ll discuss in this article or the many other types and their effects of the different estrogens in men as well as in …

Hodgkin’s Lymphoma Alternative Treatment Leads To Full Recovery

Eric’s Hodgkin’s Lymphoma alternative treatment is a truly wonderful story of complete health restoration. By: Dr. Nathan Goodyear  Eric R. was kind enough to share his Hodgkin’s Lymphoma alternative treatment triumph as a result of our comprehensive cancer care program at An Oasis of Healing. Watch the video below in its entirety to hear his story of how he was …

Estrogen Receptors And Cancer

When we get into the estrogen receptors and cancer, the complexity evident in hormones really increases.   By: Dr. Nathan Goodyear  The discussion of estrogen has to begin with the estrogen receptors because the estrogen receptors are critical in determining the signal that is transmitted from the different estrogens. Estrogen receptors and cancer is a complex subject that needs to …

Hormonal Regulation Of Metabolism

How the body processes hormones is called hormone metabolism. By: Dr. Nathan Goodyear  Metabolism is presented as simply the means to gain or lose weight. Metabolism goes far beyond this simple definition.  Metabolism is the mass production of day to day cellular processes that help the cell survive and thrive or not. In reality, metabolism is a measure of optimal …

Hormonal Imbalance And Cancer

We are going to explore hormonal imbalance and cancer and why the body must be in homeostasis. By: Dr. Nathan Goodyear  It only takes a pill. It just needs to be cut out. It is all about Estrogen. It is all about Testosterone. Disease is the normal outcome of life built into our genetic code without the means for change… …

Stress And Cancer Connection

The stress and cancer connection is something the conventional model never talks about, but we will as there is strong evidence that links them together. By: Dr. Nathan Goodyear  Last week we talked about the broad aspects of stress and the cancer connection. Today, we wanted to go more into detail as stress is physiologic. The evidence clearly shows on …

Stress And Cancer Research

Today let’s take a look at stress and cancer research and what the evidence is telling us. By: Dr. Nathan Goodyear  Conventional medicine thinks stress and its effect on the body, especially cancer, is insignificant. When you review stress and cancer research you can quickly observe that stress has a tremendous impact on the body in many ways including cancer. …

Hormones In Cancer Treatment

Dr. Nathan Goodyear addresses the topic of hormones in cancer treatment as part of a weekly in-house Insights from An Oasis of Healing. By: Dr. Nathan Goodyear  In these sessions, Dr. Goodyear leads the discussion on pertinent cancer-related topics and how it relates to An Oasis of Healing’s comprehensive cancer care program and their patients’ healing journeys. Today we talk about …

Benefits Of Going To Bed Early And Waking Up Early

There are many benefits of going to bed early and waking up early and they all contribute to good health! By: Dr. Nathan Goodyear  An important key to changing your health towards a more positive direction is, in fact, going to bed earlier each night. There is both restorative sleep and REM sleep. Restorative sleep happens between midnight and 2:00 …