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Dr Chris Recommends Honey to Help Patients with Chemotherapy

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Dr Chris recommends Israeli Honey to Help Patients Survive Chemotherapy

CANCER treatment usually comes in the form of chemotherapy, but this can bring down a patient’s white cell count - the cells of the immune system involved in protecting the body against both infectious disease and foreign invaders. Television doctor Dr Chris Steele recommended on This Morning a particular honey that could help keep chemotherapy patients' white cell count up.

I personally the only multivitamin I have taken for years is a bee pollen extract tablet. A natural multivitamin and multi-mineral.
Cancer treatment methods usually involve either, or a combination, of surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Chemotherapy is medication that works to kill off cancerous cells, but this form of treatment can also bring down a person’s white blood cell count. White blood cells help fight infections by attacking bacteria, viruses, and germs that invade the body.

When the number of white cells drop as a result of chemotherapy, cancer specialists are usually forced to reduce the dose of chemotherapy or stop the treatment completely, meaning the tumour grows again.
1 level teaspoon twice a day has been proven to help the white cells.
Click below to see the clip from ITV's programme This Morning with Dr Chris:

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