Reduce Your Risk for Cancer
Reduce your Risk of Cancer provides an action plan that melds science and back-to-basics food practices to reduce your risk of cancer and enhance your treatment. The 5-simple-steps are based on extensive scientific research and endorsed by top health experts.
- 41% of the population will be diagnosed with cancer during their lifetime according to the National Cancer Institute.
- Dietary factors are associated with risk of some types of cancer, including those of the breast, endometrium, colon, kidney, mouth, pharynx, larynx, and esophagus.
- Cancer is preventable in most cases. You can promote your wellness by using this guide. If you have experienced cancer, you can take steps to minimize side effects, reduce your chances of recurrence, and potentially stabilize the disease.
- Consult your primary care physician or oncologist before making changes.
Your Guide to Healthy Eating
Your Guide to Healthy Eating is an action plan that melds science and back-to-basics food practices that can help support a strong and healthy body. The 5-simple-steps are based on extensive scientific research and endorsed by top health experts.
- 49% of Americans are at risk for heart disease and 80% are preventable according to the Center of Disease Control (CDC).
- Dietary factors are associated with risk of diabetes, heart disease, and some types of cancer.
- According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention the leading causes of death—diseases of the heart, cancer, and stroke—are preventable in most cases. You can promote your wellness by using this Viver guide.
- Consult your healthcare provider before making changes.
with Stomach Cancer
Your Guide to Wellness with Stomach Cancer delivers evidence-based nutrition and lifestyle information for patients diagnosed with gastric or gastroesophageal junction (GEJ) cancers. The Guide is formatted in an easy-to-understand, 5-simple-step process that leads patients and caregivers through healthy eating habits to support recovery.
- Information is tailored to meet the needs of this unique group, who often face sensory, physical, and nutritional challenges.
- Viver interviewed patients with stomach or GEJ cancer and leading medical experts such as Dr Brian E. Lacy, PhD, MD, Professor of Medicine and Chief of the Section of Gastroenterology at Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, and conducted extensive and systematic scientific research.
- Consult your healthcare provider before making lifestyle changes . This guide is not intended as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.