immunological function. According to research, curcumin quadrupled the production of a protein that fights germs, viruses, and fungi.
Chlorella detoxifies heavy metals and binds other poisons (such as chemotherapy residuals). Immune system booster delivers ten times more beta carotene than carrots and vitamin B-12.
Polysaccharides boost immune system cells’ capacity to communicate when infections threaten. It includes chlorophyll, which oxygenates the blood. Chlorella boosts glutathione levels.
Hyperthermia is the use of heat to detoxify and heal the body. It can include far infrared saunas, hot therapeutic baths, Biomat technology, helio (sun-based) protocols, and other heat-focused modalities.
According to the National Cancer Institute, “high temperatures can damage and kill cancer cells, usually with minimal injury to normal tissue.” And according to research done by Dr. Nobuhiro Yoshimizu, author of The Fourth Treatment for Medical Refugees, raising your body temperature by just one degree can boost your immune system by 40%.
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Rebuilding Your Health
Finally, if you are on a recovery route with breast cancer, consider having your vitamin D, iodine, and melatonin levels evaluated in addition to the drugs indicated above. Use supplements wisely in accordance with the recommendations of your natural healthcare practitioner.
Following chemotherapy, the body becomes toxic. Unless you actively drain them out of your system, some of those poisons will remain and continue to cause havoc. It’s also conceivable that the immune system won’t be back to full strength for a while after chemotherapy treatment is done.
Even though I am not an oncologist, it seems to make sense that removing any remaining chemo poisons and boosting immunity risk-free would be essential for regaining health and keeping cancer at bay following chemotherapy. This is possible with the use of plant-based components and easy holistic procedures aimed at therapeutic and rejuvenating renewal.