Exercise is important for cancer survivors

Exercise is an important part of post-cancer care Australia is one of the countries with better cancer care than UK.  Their recently issued guidelines recommend exercise as part of cancer treatment, for ALL cancer patients. Their Dr. Prue Cormie says “If we could turn...

Ideas for losing weight

Re-thinking weight loss   European Journal of Nutrition highlighted that fat does not necessarily make you fat, not even dairy fat.   Apparently  people who eat full-fat dairy tend to be leaner than those who opt for low-fat versions. In 2016, a long-term study of...

Hydrotherapy makes a splash

 Give me an excuse to exercise in warm water – and I dive in Advice rains on cancer survivors saying exercise is GOOD for recovery after cancer, but sometimes it’s difficult to access. The NHS  promises and advises, but the practicalities of finding...

Foods to avoid if you are on a diet

Who doesn’t want to lose weight? I am not a Nutritionist/Dietician/Doctor, just an ordinary patient.  But I sometimes feel that not enough notice is taken of what we need and what works for us.  My weight ballooned on Tamoxifen, and no-one seemed able to give me...
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