What is Lake Pointe’s Renewal Program?

What should I Expect?

How is it different from other cancer treatments?

Lake Pointe’s Renewal Program

for Healing Cancer & Preventing Recurrence

Facing a cancer diagnosis is one of the most traumatic events imaginable. Options and information can feel overwhelming. By partnering with Lake Pointe’s Renewal Program, you will be guided in how to support your ability to heal and conquer at the same time.

Grounded in the latest research, Lake Pointe’s Renewal Program incorporates targeted nutritional therapies alongside conventional treatment to support your healing. In addition, your doctor will provide resources for therapeutic detoxifcation, mental and emotional support and
improved stress response.

There are five proven conditions that create the “perfect environment” for cancer cells to grow and spread out of control. Addressing these conditions can have a profound effect on your outcome:
1. High Acid
2. Low Nutrient
3. Low Oxygen
4. Chronic inflammation (caused by toxicity and stress)
5. Immune Suppression, secondary to chronic distress

As a part of Lake Pointe’s Renewal Program, we evaluate multiple test results, both from your oncologist and from our office, to measure the five conditions and determine your health status.

Testing includes:
 Comprehensive blood, urine, saliva and body composition analysis. Lake Pointe’s in-office lab in Minneapolis MN, provides the comfort and convenience of monitoring your health status throughout your treatment and recovery.

Based on your objective findings, we make specific recommendations to improve your health and immune function.

Our recommendations include:
• Targeted nutrients & supplements
• Steps to reduce toxicity and inflammation
• Dietary & lifestyle changes
• Exercise options
• Stress management practices
• Sleep support
• Education and referrals to integrative practitioners & therapies

“Pan-Asian medicine (PAM) + vitamins combined with conventional therapy, compared with conventional therapy alone, reduced the risk of death”
Stage I by 95%
Stage II by 64%
Stage III by 29%
Stage IV by 75%

* Integrative Cancer Therapies 10 (3):240-59 September 2011


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