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. 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 (which is in and …

Xenoestrogens And Cancer

Xenoestrogens And Cancer Connection

Xenoestrogens and cancer understanding the estrogenic effects in the body. 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 comes from environmental toxins. …

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. 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 women, there is much …

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. 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 able to recover his …

Estrogen Receptors And Cancer

When we get into the estrogen receptors and cancer, the complexity evident in hormones really increases.   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 be broken down and …

Hormonal Regulation Of Metabolism

How the body processes hormones is called hormone metabolism. 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 cellular and thus body …

Hormonal Imbalance And Cancer

We are going to explore hormonal imbalance and cancer and why the body must be in homeostasis. 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… Simple isn’t it. When …

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. 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 a consistent basis of …

Stress And Cancer Research

Today let’s take a look at stress and cancer research and what the evidence is telling us. 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. Let’s start by defining …

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. 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 hormones in cancer treatment …

Progesterone Metabolites and Cancer

Progesterone Metabolites and Cancer

What are progesterone metabolites and how are they related to cancer? In a new video, An Oasis of Healing senior medical staff member Dr. Nathan Goodyear addresses the topic of progesterone metabolites and cancer, as part of a weekly in-house staff education program. In these sessions, Dr. Goodyear leads the discussion on pertinent cancer-related topics and how it relates to …

Estrogen And Cancer

Estrogen And Cancer Explaining The Relationship

What is the link between estrogen and cancer? In a new video, An Oasis of Healing senior medical staff Dr. Nathan Goodyear talks about estrogen and cancer, estrogen receptors, hormones, and a plethora of other topics related to treatment for cancer. The video is part of the center’s weekly in-house staff education program wherein Dr. Goodyear leads the discussion on …

What Is Estrogen Metabolism?

What is Estrogen Metabolism?

Insights From An Oasis of Healing When answering the question of what is estrogen metabolism it’s important to focus on what the body does with the hormone. Estrogen and metabolism; these are not two words that we often hear together but in this new video, An Oasis of Healing’s Dr. Nathan Goodyear explains what it means, especially for cancer patients. …

Stem Cell Activity Versus Cancer Stem Cells

Cancer Cells vs Cancer Stem Cells

Insights from An Oasis of Healing Cancer cell activity versus cancer stem cells – it’s important to learn the difference between the two. In a new video, Dr. Nathan Goodyear, discusses stem cell activity versus cancer stem cells, as part of a weekly in-house staff education program. The team tackles cancer-related topics and how An Oasis of Healing’s comprehensive cancer …

Oxidative Stress And Cancer

Oxidative Stress And Cancer

Insights From An Oasis of Healing Oxidative Stress and Cancer an overview by Dr. Nathan Goodyear. Everyone has to deal with oxidation as we age. We have breakdown in the body, we have damage. Why is that important? Oxidative stress and cancer are related, and we’ll discuss why in this article. This is part of our weekly in-house Team Oasis …