Calcium: Oral calcium seems to be beneficial for preventing colorectal cancer, especially in those with adequate vitamin D levels and normal body mass index (BMI). Efficacy: Possibly Effective. Magnesium: Increasing dietary magnesium intake seems to lower the risk of colon cancer but not rectal cancer. Efficacy: Possibly Effective. Turkey Tail: Taking PSK, a constituent of coriolus mushroom, as an adjunct to standard cancer therapy may improve response rates and survival in some patients with cancer. Very limited data suggests that whole coriolus mushroom is not beneficial. Efficacy: Possibly Effective. Mushroom Blend Including Reishi Mushroom: A meta-analysis of 9 clinical trials using various reishi mushroom products in combination with chemotherapy found that complete and partial responses increased by 30% with combination therapy when compared with chemotherapy alone. Efficacy: Inconclusive Evidence. CAUTION: This wellness plan also includes Mushroom Blend Take Turkey Tail for 4 weeks and then switch to Mushroom Blend for 4 weeks. DO NOT TAKE both at the same time. Turmeric: Research is ongoing about the benefits of turmeric for the prevention or treatment of colorectal cancer. Efficacy: Inconclusive Evidence. Vitamin D: Research is ongoing about the benefits of Vitamin D for the prevention or treatment of colorectal cancer. Efficacy: Inconclusive Evidence.
About this Plan:
Dr. Donald Abrams, MD Integrative Oncology Pioneer Osher Center, University of California San Francisco
The Wellkasa Anti Colorectal Cancer wellness plan includes a group of evidence-informed supplements supporting your cancer wellness journey. Dr. Donald Abrams, MD Integrative Oncology has designed these wellness plans based on his clinical experience. Each plan is backed by research evidence listed below. We have then curated the highest quality brands and matched those brands with the right dosage. Note: All Wellness plans are customizable. Review the information below and Add to cart those products that best suit your needs. If you have questions, we recommend that you consult your medical provider.
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