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Which Vegetables Reduce My Risk of Cancer?

Which Vegetables Reduce My Risk of Cancer?
Do you have a history of cancer in your family? If so, you're most likely to be diagnosed with cancer as well, right? That's what scientists once believed, but exciting new research shows that the food choices we make on a daily basis have the ability to "turn on" or "turn off" cancer cell expression. When...
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Alcohol Consumption Increases Risk for Cancer

Alcohol Consumption Increases Risk for Cancer
The following information was taken from the article 9 Cancers That are Increased by Drinking Alcohol  written by Dustin Rudolph PharmD, or better known as The Plant-Based Pharmacist  and author of The Empty Medicine Cabinet . Cancer is the second leading cause of death in America, taking the lives of hundreds of thousands of patients...
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Pomegranate's Powerful Health Benefits

Pomegranate's Powerful Health Benefits
Pomegranate season is here! This beautiful fruit provides numerous health benefits and can be used to embellish many holiday dishes. According to two of Dr. Joel Fuhrman's articles, the time spent seeding this fruit is well worth it. The phytochemical compounds in pomegranates are the most "powerful anti-oxidant of all fruits" and supports a healthy...
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Which Foods Suppress Cancer Cell Growth?

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Mushrooms Offer Protection Against Cancer

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Cruciferous Vegetables Protect Against Cancer

Cruciferous Vegetables Protect Against Cancer
Studies have shown that those who consume diets rich in vegetables significantly reduce their likelihood of being diagnosed with cancer . Although all vegetables offer powerful protection against cancer, cruciferous vegetables in particular contain the highest protective compounds. Cruciferous vegetables are vegetables that come from the broccoli and cabbage family. The four petals of the...
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Everyone Else is Doing It!

Everyone Else is Doing It!
If you've already decided what you're making for dinner, did any of the following points guide your decision - taste preference, convenience, familiarity, and nutritional or religious/ethical beliefs? Because most people don't have the time or interest in studying the scientific literature, our nutritional beliefs (especially those regarding animal products) are formed without giving them...
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Summer Cookout? Where's the Beef?

Summer Cookout? Where's the Beef?
Summer is a great time of year for family and friends to gather for fun outdoor activities including back yard cook outs. But before you light up the grill, you may want to read about the dangers associated with barbecued meat. The 2009 Meeting of the American Association of Cancer Research discussed how consuming barbecued meat...
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Protect Your Children From Future Disability

Protect Your Children From Future Disability
Losing a child is every parent's worst fear. No one would argue that nurturing and protecting our children to the best of our ability should be one of our highest priorities. We make sure our children get enough sleep, do their homework, brush their teeth, limit their TV exposure, and enroll them in sports. Yet...
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Today's Children Not Expected to Outlive Their Parents

Today's Children Not Expected to Outlive Their Parents
Losing a child is every parent's worst fear. No one would argue that nurturing and protecting our children to the best of our ability should be one of our highest priorities. We make sure our children get enough sleep, do their homework, brush their teeth, limit their TV exposure, and enroll them in sports. Yet...
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97% of People Are Deficient in This Nutrient

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Using Diet to Cut off Blood Supply to Tumors

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