Dr Oz: IP-6, Black Raspberry Pills & Selenium Supplements

Dr Oz: Cancer Fighting Supplements

Dr Oz did a segment on Cancer Symptoms, but why not prevent cancer from coming in the first place! Lets stop cancer before it even starts with things like Black Raspberry Supplements, IP-6 and Selenium! On today’s show, Dr Oz was joined by Lindsey Duncan, Naturopathic Doctor and Certified Nutritionist, to give you the best supplements to help you fight cancer. These supplements are proven must-haves and should be in every medicine cabinet.

Dr Oz: IP-6 Supplement Pills

Dr. Duncan stated that this relatively new product should be on everybody’s radar screen.

Comments

  1. says

    Think it would be wiser to cut out sugar and white flour in our diets than to go crazy about these Pills they advertise. Would that we would eat the 5 vegetables a day..or juice them to get what our body needs. Who says the supplements are “really ” what they say they are and has it been proven that they “prevent” cancers ?

  2. Michelle barnwell says

    Luckily I feel fortunate I work at a organic food and supplement store. And some of these questions are so true! I stick with a couple manufactures that I know are so reputable and don’t put garbage in their supplements!and it is so true if we could all stop eating meat and dairy and go green!! Take all the white crap and sugar out of our diets we could reverse disease!! When our body’s are not at the ph level they need to be you can bet cancer is going to grow and thrive.

  3. aisha says

    hi doctor oz i am Hyperthyroid and i want to get pregnant please tell me what to do

  4. cpmt says

    Pat, if you have a positive mental ‘thinking’ and believe it can help you… your mental state is extremely important to get well. meditation, biofeedback, eat well -organic- no too much meat, dairy, fish, … most have toxic ingredients..hormones etc… heat, and oxygen help against cancer. try not to have acid body – try alkaline foods that will keep your body alkaline. sugar feeds cancer: sweets, milk products, &even fruits (specially tropical are very sweet) but also have lost of good components that can help you… eat small quantities.

  5. Behram Deboo says

    Dear Dr. Dz: You are giving out info on too many supplements which is hard for a common person to digest. Fortunately, my doctor believes in certain supplements pills but many including Harward Newsletter says no to supplements. Many seniors take too many prescribed pills which might interfer with them. You should design a web with a Ph.D Hospital Clinical pharmacists listing all these supplements that could interfer with these pills. Such info is available to pharmacies. Why not available to people so that they could read before buying. Just a thought. Thanks for all info. Great to have a doc so interested in the public health.

  6. cpmt says

    I think Dr. Oz is not trying to tell you YOU MUST buy everything. You have freedom of choice and you should choose – after consulting your doc.- if you should or not take supplements. Dr.O can;t tell you what you should or should not take, it is up to you. If you have a serious illness Dr. Oz should not and will not tell you what to do, your own doc. is the one (based in your medical records) what you should do. If you bleed in the rectum IT CAN BE MANY DIFFERENT THINGS ALL SERIOUS (some more serious than others) YOU SHOULD MAKE AN APPOINTMENT WITH YOUR DR. Everyone should have common sense in choosing what to buy and what to do with their health issues and get the information Dr. O. gives you to help you and for you to eat and be healthy .

  7. cpmt says

    peoplespharmacy.com have such a list of interaction and medications doctors should not prescribed to seniors… they have other info. and comments from people about other drugs supplements and problems with them and home remedies.

  8. Barb Dawe says

    I like what I’ve read about the supplements Dr Oz talked about but I’m wondering if they are safe to take with other supplements.I currently take vitamin c 1000 mg, vitamin d3, omega 3, calcium and B12

  9. CPMT says

    I read somewhere that rapsberries are not recomended for women with breast cancer -they have a component that ‘looks like estrogen’ and acts like estrogen, so, until we find out if it is true or not. Do not take rapsberries if you do have breast cancer.

  10. CPMT says

    AISHA, you should eat green leaves vegetables, and nothing that contains sea food or algaes.etc
    there are some vitamins specially B complex:, B2, B3, B6, B12 vitam. C, and other vitamins, i think ( i am not sure) Zinc. You should ask your doc. for this info. and google the internet in a serious website.

  11. Harold says

    Do not take black raspberry capsules! If you check the facts, black raspberries capsules do not contain anywhere close to the amount of black raspberries claimed on the show. They are filled with freeze-dried powder equal to only about 1.5 berries which is basically nothing! You can buy the same freeze-dried powder and just scoop it into anything you want, and it is much less expensive per serving. All clinical trials are done with the powder, and none have ever been done with capsules.

  12. CPMT says

    I don’t understand why they say you should take selenium with out explaining that if you take too much its toxic. 2 or 3 Brasil nuts have enough selenium necessary for a day. There are some supplements that can be dangerous if taken too much or even daily. cinnamon, turmeric, B12, D, A and many more etc etc.. can be toxic.

  13. CPMT says

    I also read and article in wikipedia that B12 should not be taken if the person has cancer, it helps metastasize the cancer. I will really like to know if someone knows something about this. I will like to know if its true. If anyone knows something, please let US know.

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