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- Spend at least fifteen minutes on moderate-intensity cardiovascular activity, five or more days per week. This goes a long way in reducing stress and eliminating toxins, as well as boosting mood and the immune system. Remember - you don't need machines to get your cardiovascular training in. Power-walking, swimming, and other aerbics do the job just as well!
- Have a daily dose of Vitamin B-17, found in apple seeds, apricot seeds, millet and other foods. (This may also improve aerobic performance over time.)
- Clear your environment of toxic chemicals. Toxins compromise the immune system's ability to battle cancer and make it harder for your body to defend itself from free radicals and errant cells. Aim for natural cleaners and other household or workplace items.
- Aim for eight or more hours of sleep each night, in total darkness for better quality REM sleep. It is also very beneficial to supplement with melatonin (around 2-3mg for a 150-180 lb person) two to three hours prior to going to bed, to promote healthier, more restful sleep, reduced stress, and to keep the immune system strong.
- Supplement your diet with turmeric. Unless you have gallstones or a form of bile obstruction, turmeric is considered to be a safe and natural anti-inflammatory that demonstrates anti-cancer properties. There is a long history of using turmeric very successfully in Asian, Indian and Chinese medicine. PubMed explains further potential benefits of turmeric's main compound, curcumin, and Dr Andrew Weil lists more benefits and suggestions here. For potential added benefits against cancer, combine with cauliflower.
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