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Glowing with health and energy, the radiation oncologist recently spoke at a luncheon at Selby Gardens about the disease-fighting effects of a plant-based diet. Orman, whose clinical focus is breast cancer, has a special interest in nutrition. The traditional American diet has led to an epidemic of obesity and health risks, she says.
We had a group of employees test several popular fad diets. Our group lost a combined 11 pounds in less than seven days and they’re sharing the details of what worked, and what didn’t, so you don’t have to waste your time. This one has been around for years. You eat a homemade vegetable soup and follow a strict eating plan. It promises to help you lose 10 pounds in a week. She was trying to spice the soup up, but both agree it was a hard diet to follow. A lot,” Jo said. I thought I really needed to eat,” Sarah remembered.
Moffitt Notice of Blackbaud Data Incident. Learn More. Amber Orman Radiation oncologist Dr. She coaches patients on nutrition and lifestyle changes that lead to healing and better overall health. We sat down with Dr. Orman to get her take on nutrition, diet and if she has any food weaknesses. What benefits from your integrated practices are you seeing from patients after their treatment is over? It also establishes healthy habits that have long-term benefits such as reducing the risk of or improving most chronic diseases think diabetes, cardiovascular disease, etc. Your physicians operate and prescribe chemotherapy and radiation, but this is your piece. In patients who have made positive lifestyle changes, I have seen decreased skin redness from radiation; increased energy; improvements or resolution in depression and anxiety; weight loss; and decreases in blood pressure, blood sugar, and cholesterol, resulting in discontinuation of medications for hypertension, diabetes, and high cholesterol by their primary care physicians.