Life Extension Suggestions
- Apigenin: 20 – 50 mg daily.
- Astragalus: 2000 – 4000 mg daily.
- Blueberry: 900 – 1800 mg daily.
- Chrysin: 1000 – 2000 mg daily.
- Coffee: 400 mg, three times daily.
- Cruciferous vegetable extract: 1 – 2 capsules per day.
- Curcumin: 400 mg three times daily (as highly absorbable BCM-95™).
- Lightly caffeinated green tea extract: three 725 mg capsules, two times a day with meals. Use decaffeinated green tea extract if you are sensitive to caffeine or want to use a less-stimulating version with the evening dosage.
- CLA or CLA with guarana: 3000 – 4000 mg daily of CLA and about 300 mg of guarana, early in the day.
- Lignans: 75 – 125 mg daily.
- Melatonin: 3 – 50 mg at bedtime.
- Pomegranate: 280 – 375 mg daily of punicalagins.
- Powders (broccoli, cabbage, and other cruciferous vegetables that provide sulforaphane and other cancer-fighting plant extracts): 1 – 2 tbsp daily.
- PSK (from the mushroom Coriolus versicolor): 3 g daily.
- Pterostilbene: 1 – 3 mg daily.
- Quercetin: 1000 – 3000 mg daily.
- Se-methylselenocysteine: 200 – 400 mcg daily.
- Sulforaphane: 400 – 1600 mg daily of a broccoli extract.
- CoQ10 (as ubiquinol): three 100 mg softgels in divided doses. Note the caution stated in this protocol.
- EPA/DHA (with sesame lignans): 2 - 4 grams daily. Take with nonfiber meals.
- Vitamin D3: 4000 – 6000 IU taken daily with monthly blood testing to monitor for toxicity. Reduce dosage at 6 months.
- Water-soluble vitamin A: 100 000 – 300 000 IU daily with monthly blood testing to monitor for toxicity. Reduce dosage at 6 months.
- Vitamin E: succinate (tocopheryl succinate), 1200 IU daily.
- Gamma tocopherol: 1 capsule daily.
- Vitamin C: 4000 – 12 000 mg throughout the day.
- Gamma linolenic acid: 299 - 1495 mg daily
- Whey protein concentrate-isolate: 30 – 60 g daily in divided doses.
- Calcium: 1000 - 1200 mg daily
- Magnesium: 200 - 1000 mg daily
- Vitamin K: 10 mg daily.
- Silicon: 6 mg daily.
- Multinutrient formula: daily.
Reminder: Bisphosphonate (injectable Zometa or Aredia) drug therapy is strongly encouraged for all breast cancer patients as well as aromatase-inhibitor therapy (Arimidex, Femara, or Aromasin) if appropriate.
Note: If chemotherapy and/or radiation are being considered, refer to the Cancer Chemotherapy and Cancer Radiation protocols. Also refer to the protocols titled Cancer Treatment: The Critical Factors and Cancer Adjuvant Therapy.
Disclaimer and Safety Information
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