The Bedside Manners team of Cancer Specialists helps patients and their families get relief from feeling overwhelmed by showing them how to take control of their treatment process. Our #1 goal is to significantly increase the survival outcomes of our clients with programs designed to change their health in 12 weeks or less.
We show you how to:
Working remotely or in-person, our health education company puts you back in the driver’s seat of your health.
Watch Dr. Dee Grace present the latest science-backed tips to conquer and prevent cancer.
One of the best disease prevention foods is leafy green vegetables. Focus on adding more in, rather than taking something away. Over time, you'll notice you won't crave all the 'bad' foods.
Eating every color of the food rainbow helps you get more antioxidants. This is a key part of disease prevention. So start focusing on adding seasonal fruits year-round.
That pint-sized warrior from Star Wars was all about poise under pressure. Join with the force, the spiritual force that is. Here are some science-backed stress management tips to help you decrease stress and thrive:
The food we eat is just one factor. Your spiritual food is not what you put in your mouth but what feeds your spirit.
I love the vast amount of information given on ways to prevent cancer as well as the statistics. My number one take away was to check my vitamin D levels and take supplements if needed.
I want to personally thank you so much for coming to our church and sharing your time and knowledge with us. I honestly have to say that we have not been able to stop talking about you. You did an awesome job presenting the information. You kept everyone engaged and provided a wealth of information. I am so happy I decided to come to the workshop because it was indeed a blessing. Knowledge is power and you certainly provided a lot of information we did not know.
It was truly a pleasure meeting you and I'm so grateful to have been a part of the cancer [prevention] session you taught on Tuesday, March 12, 2019. It's truly a pleasure being able to get educated on what's good for you and what's not. Also to have a Dr come in to inform us of what foods can prevent cancer in African Americans, something that we aren't made aware of. I enjoyed learning that the fruits you should eat more of are in the categories of purple, red & orange. Also if you're a person who eats processed meats, to cut back or try to wean yourself off of them. I had no idea that men's Vitamin D levels need to be checked, which was good to know for my husband who was also in attendance. I enjoyed the fact that although we are taught to cook our greens and cabbage for several hours, that in actuality we should not due to the fact that we are cooking the cancer-fighting nutrients out of the food. So to say the least I learned a lot in this session and it was very helpful.