The World Health Organization (WHO) defines health as “a state of complete physical, mental and social wellbeing and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.”
Nutrition is important for everyone, and critical for people living with cancer. Yet eating and nutrition can be a struggle when you’re in the midst of cancer treatment. To help people with cancer focus on their total health, Dr. Kenneth and Ursuline Singleton promote a type of health called Integrative Health. According to Duke University, “Integrative medicine seeks to restore and maintain health and wellness across a person’s lifespan by understanding the patient’s unique set of circumstances and addressing the full range of physical, emotional, mental, social, spiritual and environmental influences that affect health.”1
Small Groups to Help You Prevent or Defeat Cancer
Small group settings that allow you to make personal connections with others who want to prevent cancer or also have cancer can make a difference. The Singletons will lead small group sessions that allow you to connect and focus on practical, day-to-day principles of Integrative Oncology. Sessions will include but not be limited to:
- Developing an Anti-Cancer Lifestyle
- Eating for Health (and against Disease)
- Obtaining a “Mountain-Moving Mindset”
- Exercising for Health
For information about small groups or other questions, complete the contact form on this page.
Free Seminars for the Public
To better educate the general public about how to prevent cancer or live with cancer, the Singletons will conduct free lecture seminars at the Capitol Hill Counseling and Resource Center. The next seminar, “How to Defeat Cancer with Nutrition,” is scheduled for Thursday, March 5 at 6:30 – 7: 30 p.m. Click below to learn more and register.
About the Singletons
Dr. Kenneth Singleton is a practicing Internal Medicine physician, and Ursuline Singleton is a nutritionist, who is also currently a doctoral candidate in Naturopathic Medicine. Together they encourage the best practices of all forms of health and medicine – conventional medicine, nutrition science, natural and herbal medicine, stress management, and healthy spirituality.
Resources on Cancer
The Singletons have authored two books, the latest of which is God’s Plan for African American Health – Overcoming Cancer. Their website, www.overcomingcancer.net, contains free information on how to regain your health when you’re battling cancer. Details about how to get copies are also on their website.