Dimple Parmar – Cancer Coach
- Dimple is the Founder of ZenOnco.io startup and Love Heals Cancer NGO. Having lost her loved one to cancer, Dimple has dedicated her life to helping others going through a similar journey by spreading Integrative Oncology across the world.
- She has completed multiple training like Integrative Oncology, Mind-Body-Medicine, Healing Circles, Beyond Conventional Cancer Therapies, Commonweal Cancer Retreats, Mindful Caregiving Education, and End of Life Conversation.
- She has counseled 10,000+ cancer patients, and has been helping them in managing side effects cancer and its treatment, including pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, stress.
- Her approach to managing cancer is Integrative and she utilizes wisdom gained from Ayurveda, Western Herbology, Aromatherapy, Nutrition, Supplements, Yoga, Pranayama, Meditation, Guided imagery, Visualization and Psychological Counselling combined with conventional cancer treatment.
- Along with a qualified doctor, she co-creates Integrative Oncology protocols that suits their needs and helps them deal with their symptoms and health conditions more effectively.
- She strongly believes that an integrative approach along with modern medicine can help healers reach their ultimate goal. She thinks every disease can be cured provided you’re ready to take massive action towards making the necessary lifestyle changes.
- For her revolutionary work in the field of healthcare, Dimple has been awarded “”Top 100 Healthcare Leader award”” by the International Forum of Advancement in Healthcare. She has also been featured in popular media like YourStory, Mumbai mid-day and Rajasthan Patrika, and has been invited as a panelist/speaker at multiple seminars.
- Some cancer patient feel extremely hungry due to dexa, what to do in this situation? People on dexamethasone need to eat a low salt/ sodium, potassium-rich diet, including proteins. If a patient feels hungry and is overweight or gaining weight, he should choose low-calorie but high-protein foods. He should take fruits and vegetables for high fiber. For carbohydrates, one should select unrefined cereals and millets like oats, ragi, pearl millet, buckwheat, etc. Pulses, grams, and dals should be taken for high protein, low-fat food. For snacks, one should opt for fruits, vegetables, and nuts whenever hungry. Patients should avoid processed, high sugar and fat foods.
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