Upcoming EventsFeb23Fri6:00 pm Friday Night of Hope – Anaheim, ... @ Eastside ChurchFriday Night of Hope – Anaheim, ... @ Eastside ChurchFeb 23 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pmFeb24Sat10:00 am Grand Prairie, TX – Cancer Compa... @ St. John Church UnleashedGrand Prairie, TX – Cancer Compa... @ St. John Church UnleashedFeb 24 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pmJoin this Christian Cancer Support Group for anyone in treatment, post treatment or their loved ones. What does the Bible say about struggles like cancer? What is Jesus up to in the midst of your cancer journey? Through their training … Continue reading →
Category Archives: Cancer and Exercise
“Did you know…” Cancer and Exercise data: Did you know…the International Agency for Research on Cancer estimates that 25% of cancer cases worldwide are caused by overweight or obesity and a sedentary lifestyle? Campbell KL1, McTiernan A. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17182820 Did you … Continue reading
“It Ain’t Over” Written and Produced by DeAndre Allen-Toole and Tyler Durham Lyrics by Kari Betton and DeAndre Allen-Toole Performed by Rockeal Jones BIO: Tyler Durham Producer/Composer Tyler Durham is a versatile, award-winning composer for films and games. He loves … Continue reading
Just use your phone camera to make your video. Play the Take a Hike From Cancer theme song: “It Ain’t Over” (see below) Consistent brisk walking can reduce your risk of cancer so challenge 2-3 people to Take a Hike … Continue reading
An interesting article by Claire Fairman, originally published on oncologypractice.com We thought we’d share it. Previous findings suggest that exercise is a safe and efficacious means of improving physiological and psychosocial outcomes in female breast cancer survivors. To date, most … Continue reading
GOOD NEWS!! With all the confusion when dealing with cancer, one thing doctors, researchers and nutritionists all seem to agree on is exercise is BAD for cancer. Discover the Impact of Exercise -During Cancer Treatment, -After Cancer Treatment or -To … Continue reading
General The International Agency for Research on Cancer estimates that 25% of cancer cases worldwide are caused by overweight or obesity and a sedentary lifestyle. These lifestyle patterns may increase cancer risk by several mechanisms including increased estrogens and testosterone, … Continue reading
You have always been told to drink more water, however have you ever known why? Water has more benefits than you could think. Here is a list of the great effects of having more water!
Sleep has a very important part in your overall well being. Getting enough sleep protects not only your mental health but also your physical health. The national sleep foundation recommends adults have a range between 7-9 hours every night.
After repeated physical activity every day, your body may need a break. Resting your body is essential because it can help you have greater physical gains. It can sometimes be hard to tell what your body is telling you, but … Continue reading