Tag: how to prevent cancer

Popular New Vegan Burger Contains GMO

Popular New Vegan Burger Contains GMO

| Oct 6, 2018

For most of the world, meat provides a significant percentage of dietary protein. And for Americans, there’s few meat-based dishes more iconic than a good-old hamburger. Much to the chagrin of burger lovers, though, red meat has become the subject of increasing criticism. As early as the late 1970s and early 1980s, a string of […]

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Can Parsley Prevent Cancer?

Can Parsley Prevent Cancer?

| Sep 20, 2018

“Food is Medicine” We have all heard this saying before, but do we really understand what this means? Therapeutic dietary practices continue to prove their worth. Researchers now refer to foods with therapeutic applications as “functional foods”—they offer an easy and powerful way to take control of our health, and some of them have been […]

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How to Catch Cancer Early

How to Catch Cancer Early

| Sep 9, 2018

Prevention is touted as primarily important in the natural health community. Alternative and holistic medicine prides itself on creating overall balance and preventing health issues before they arise—as opposed to allopathic medicine, which endeavors to manage acute symptoms of current conditions. As the rising incidence of chronic disease demonstrates, symptom management is not a satisfactory […]

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How Melatonin Fights Cancer

How Melatonin Fights Cancer

| Aug 19, 2018

Melatonin is critical for optimal regulation of sleep and circadian rhythm, but researchers are finding that it’s much more than just a sleep aid. It plays a complex role in the maintenance and regulation of the endocrine system, and thus offers a number of underappreciated benefits, including antioxidant activity, inflammation control, immune system support, and […]

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How Parasite Infection Can Lead to Cancer

How Parasite Infection Can Lead to Cancer

| May 18, 2018

Cancer is the number two cause of death in United States, and among the leading causes of death worldwide—more than 600,000 people die each year from cancer in the United States alone.[1] Diagnoses (and even morality rates for some cancers) are on the rise, so it’s imperative that we seek a comprehensive understanding of the […]

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Study Confirms That Processed Foods Increase Cancer Risk

Study Confirms That Processed Foods Increase Cancer Risk

| Apr 29, 2018

Of all the health-sapping offerings in the Standard American Diet, processed foods are some of the worst. We’ve written before about the dangerous world of food processing. Processed foods are designed to be cheap, convenient, and ultra-satisfying (often even addictive); they are devoid of nutrients, and in many cases are more like poison than food. […]

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Protect Your Heart, Brain, and More with Blueberries

Protect Your Heart, Brain, and More with Blueberries

| Apr 26, 2018

It’s nice when the foods that safeguard our health are also delicious. The approach of summertime means that many such healing treats are in season. Blueberries are a prime example—these plump, subtly sweet fruits are garnering increasing attention from the medical research community. We’ve written about the primary importance of antioxidants before—how they scavenge free […]

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The Connection Between Metabolic Syndrome and Cancer: Are You at Risk?

The Connection Between Metabolic Syndrome and Cancer: Are You at Risk?

| Apr 14, 2018

Cancer incidence is reaching epidemic levels. Experts estimate that, at current rates, nearly 40% of all men and women will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their lifetimes[1]—and that by 2020, the number of new cancer cases will rise by another 24% for men and 21% for women.[2] In an attempt to combat […]

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Why You Should Think Twice about Root Canals

Why You Should Think Twice about Root Canals

| Mar 15, 2018

Conventional dentistry suffers from some worrying flaws. We’ve written in past articles about the health issues associated with common dental practices (though they should really be called malpractices). Both the FDA and ADA refuse to acknowledge any present dangers, and in many cases have even gone to great lengths to silence criticism—so you may not […]

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Why You Should Eat an Extra Helping of Cranberries on Thanksgiving

Why You Should Eat an Extra Helping of Cranberries on Thanksgiving

| Nov 23, 2017

  Chances are you’ve had your fair share of cranberry sauce on Thanksgiving. While this popular dish is appreciated for the sweet and tart addition it makes, it’s not usually regarded as a health food—but studies on cranberries reveal that we’d do well with eat more of these tart little treats. We’ve written in the […]

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