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Navigating Life After Cancer: Embracing a Healthy Lifestyle

Posted on: Tue, 06/04/2024 - 13:29 By: zain


Surviving cancer is a profound journey that prompts a renewed focus on health and well-being. Here are some key strategies and tips for you to live a healthy lifestyle after cancer :


  1. keep moving!:  Try to do 150 minutes of weekly moderate-intensity aerobic exercise and supplement with strength training to improve your physical health and reduce cancer recurrence risk. 
  2.  Eat well: focus on eating whole foods, and limit processed and sugary snacks. You might want to consult a dietitian for some personalized meal planning. 
  3. Take Care of Your Mind and Heart: Try mindfulness, journaling, or talking to a therapist or group support.  Always feel gratitude, and have positive relationships. 
  4. Stay on Top of Your Health: make sure to go for regular health check-ups and screenings, as these are essential for detecting early health issues. 
  5.  Find Joy and Purpose: do activities that make you happy like volunteering, and pursue hobbies.  Stay optimistic and embrace life! 
  6. Lean on Your Loved Ones: surround yourself with understanding family, friends, and survivors who lift you. 
  7. Consider Post-Cancer Support: some supplements and vitamins like Vitamin D, omega-3 fatty acids, and probiotics, can help boost your immune system, bone health, and overall well-being. 


Always remember that vitamin B12 is not recommended for cancer patients due to potential biomarker interference, increased cancer progression, and poorer prostate cancer outcomes, and may be advised against supplementation. 

Life after cancer is all about feeling grateful, prioritizing well-being, and nurturing a vibrant, fulfilling life beyond the tumor.

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