Health Concerns

Life Extension Suggestions

Women who have uterine cancer should consult their physician before taking any nutritional supplements, especially if they are receiving conventional medical treatment. The Life Extension Foundation suggests:

  • Natural Progesterone cream (20 mg a day is what many postmenopausal women use for menopausal symptoms. Consult with physician for precise dosing. Blood testing for progesterone can help determine optimal dose)
  • Vitamin D: 5000 – 8000 IU daily; depending on blood levels of 25-OH-vitamin D
  • Vitamin A (as 90% beta-carotene and 10% acetate): 5000 IU daily
  • Vitamin C: 500 – 1000 mg daily
  • Vitamin E: 400 IU daily with at least 200 mg gamma tocopherol
  • Fish oil (with olive polyphenols and sesame lignans): providing 1400 mg EPA and 1000 mg DHA daily
  • Selenium: 200 mcg daily
  • Calcium: 700 – 1200 mg daily
  • Lignans (from Norway spruce and flaxseed): 20 mg daily
  • Soy Isoflavones (std. to contain 40% isoflavones, including genistein, daidzein, and glycitein): 135 – 270 mg daily
  • Melatonin: 0.3 – 5 mg 30 to 60 minutes before bed (sometimes up to 10 mg)
  • Green Coffee Extract (std. to 50% chlorogenic acid [175 mg]): 200 – 400 mg, up to 3 times daily
  • Green Tea Extract (std. to 98% polyphenols): 725 mg daily
  • Agaricus extract: 1500 mg daily
  • Resveratrol: 250 mg daily
  • Curcumin (as highly absorbed BCM-95®): 400 mg daily
  • Indole-3-Carbinol (I3C): 80 – 160 mg daily
  • Diindolylmethane (DIM): 14 – 28 mg daily

In addition, the following blood tests may provide helpful information:

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