Victoria Maizes MD- Cancer Side Effects
Side effects can result from treatment of cancer or the cancer itself. While there are no guaranteed ways to alleviate all the side-effects that come along with cancer, integrative medicine offers a wide range of approaches to reducing side effects of conventional cancer treatment.Victoria Maizes MD- Healthy Diet for Women with Breast Cancer
Eat a wide variety of foods with as much fresh food as possible. Eat an abundance of vegetables and fruits (7-9 servings a day).Include omega 3 fatty acids in your diet.Victoria Maizes MD- Choosing Supplements
The Center for Disease Control (CDC) data shows that 75 percent of the U.S. population is not meeting the daily requirement for folate; 34 percent do not get enough iron; 42 percent don’t get enough zinc; and 73 percent are deficient in calcium.Victoria Maizes MD- An Insight on Integrative Medicine for Any Stage of Life
All factors that influence health, wellness, and disease are taken into consideration when speaking about integrative medicine. By taking an extensive history, and listening to a patient’s full story, a healing path of their ailment often emerges.Victoria Maizes MD- Menopause
The “change of life” also provides an opportunity to reconsider and discuss your overall health with a focus on prevention. The goals of an integrative medicine consult for menopausal complaints are to provide relief from symptoms as well as to discuss overall health and satisfaction with life.