Re: [MOL] Proactive Oncology Nutrition/Gastrointestinalinfo./fatigue inf [00638] Medicine On Line


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Re: [MOL] Proactive Oncology Nutrition/Gastrointestinalinfo./fatigue info/Maintain Immunity/Nausa; etc.



Bess:  Glad to see you on line.  The diet was for those on the journey, to
include those on chemo; but then one has to do what they think is best for
their own bodies.  Yes, I have been following the Vit. C info. infact sent
it over the line.  The Vit. E issue is that it is wonderful for you if you
don't have cancer, if you do then it should be stopped.  It is good to
question everything in us and around us!
Warmly, lillian

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----- Original Message -----
From: <BesTom@AOL.COM>
To: <mol-cancer@lists.meds.com>
Sent: Sunday, October 17, 1999 3:07 PM
Subject: Re: [MOL] Proactive Oncology
Nutrition/Gastrointestinalinfo./fatigue info/Maintain Immunity/Nausa; etc.


> Dear Lillian:
>     I know exactly what to eat to have a healthy, low cholesterol diet
under
> ordinary circumstances and to prevent cancer.  But to tell you the truth,
I
> am totally confused about what foods and supplements to eat and not eat
once
> you have cancer. As you know, Sloan Kettering just announced something
> confusing about cancer cells absorbing or needing vitamin C.  I interpret
> this to mean don't take vitamin C supplements while on chemo.  Also
there's a
> controversy about Vitamin E and antioxidants interfering with chemo.  For
my
> husband, I give him whatever he wants including meat (in the past we only
ate
> fish), and even honey and sugar if he craves it.  I think the diet you
posted
> is good for people seeking good health but I'm just not sure about once
you
> have cancer and especially if you're on chemo.  Bess
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