These small tweaks could make a monumental difference to your health
BY MARKHAM HEID Friday, September 18, 2015
People who have suffered and beaten cancer are willing to do anything they can to prevent the disease from returning. And that’s probably a mindset everyone should adopt, whether they’ve had cancer or not.
The good news: “Almost all the measures you could take to stay cancer-free after treatment hold true for those who have not had cancer,” says Dwight McKee, M.D., who is board certified in internal medicine, medical oncology, nutrition, and integrative and holistic medicine.
Start with Dr. McKee’s simple lifestyle strategies that follow. Don’t just read them; commit to doing them for the long haul. As a physician who has made fighting cancer his life’s work, Dr. McKee says these tips are powerful, and not only advises them to his patients, but anyone else who will listen.
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