Multiple Myeloma an incurable disease, but I have spent the last 25 years in remission using a blend of conventional oncology and evidence-based nutrition, supplementation, and lifestyle therapies from peer-reviewed studies that your oncologist probably hasn't told you about.
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I’m a long-term multiple myeloma survivor living with a host of long-term and late stage chemotherapy side effects including chemo brain, chemotherapy-induced cardiomyopathy (CIC), radiation-induced nerve damage and a risk of treatment related secondary cancers. According to the studies linked and excerpted below omega 3 fatty acid supplementation helps me remain in complete remission, prevent new cancers, and manage many of the previous long-term and late side effects that I contracted all those years ago.
The list of health benefits of omega 3 fatty acids supplementation is long. Omega 3 fatty acids are a wonder drug. Most importantly of all, omega-3 fatty acids are non-toxic. I have been supplementing with it for years and plan on taking it for the rest of my life.
I take one capsule daily of Life Extension Super Omega 3 EPA/DHA with Sesame Lignans and Olive Fruit to insure all I get all of the health benefits below and I encourage you to do so as well.
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“Evidence suggests that chemotherapy influences cognition through reductions in hippocampal neurogenesis and neuroinflammation, which affect memory and cognitive function. This review highlights dietary modifications that may have the potential to protect against or ameliorate some of the negative cognitive side effects so commonly associated with chemotherapy treatment…”
“Conclusions- In conclusion, treatment with omega-3 PUFAs decreased the BNP and SNE levels and increased the LVEF in DCM patients. These findings suggest that omega-3 PUFAs might be beneficial to HF patients, but the evidence is not definitive. In the future, high-quality RCTs with large numbers of participants are needed to investigate the optimal dosage and components of omega-3 PUFAs to improve the prognostic outcomes of HF patients…”
4. Omega-3s Can Improve Risk Factors For Heart Disease
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Managing oil production in skin.
Managing hydration of the skin.
Preventing hyperkeratinization of hair follicles (the little red bumps often seen on upper arms).
Preventing premature ageing of the skin.
Omega-3s can also protect your skin from sun damage. EPA helps block the release of substances that eat away at the collagen in your skin after sun exposure (101).