This is the spot for reliable, well-researched information on all you can do to prevent a breast cancer recurrence.
Confused about nutrition? Do you know what you can and should be eating? What foods should you avoid? Already know a little about nutrition but got breast cancer anyhow? The information out there is so confusing, but you can find some clarity here.
You know you are supposed to exercise, but you are not sure what is safe to do. Or how much you need to be doing. Or maybe you are completely new to getting active and not sure how to get started. Got you covered.
Maybe you can't sleep. Or are just worried that every ache or pain means the cancer has come back. Every lab test and x-ray hangs over your head until you get the results. Guess what...that's completely normal but you can change it with some simple practices and exercises.
Learn exactly what you need to know about what foods to eat to optimize your survival and decrease your risk of breast cancer recurrence.
Lisa M. Schwartz, MD is a board certified internist and radiation oncologist who has treated, cared for, and advised cancer patients for over two decades. Her focus is on helping breast cancer patients recover their wellness through lifestyle changes such as good nutrition, physical activity, and a mindset shift.
Her interest in how patients deal with their diagnosis and treatment both emotionally and physically led her to investigate many forms of complementary therapies and patient support strategies. She has a master’s degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and completed an associate fellowship in Integrative Medicine under Dr. Andrew Weil at the University of Arizona.
You know being "healthy" will make a difference. Just not so sure how to do that. You know the "why". Family, friends, your love for life. I can give you the "how".
After more than 20 years of helping breast cancer patients get past their disease, I can tell you that there is so much more that you can do to help yourself after treatment.
Learn exactly what to eat, how to move, and what to think to maximize your survival after breast cancer.