Evidence suggests that one-third of the more than 500,000 cancer deaths that occur in the United States each year can be attributed to diet and physical activity habits…
– American Cancer Society
Food and nutrition are critical components of an anti-cancer lifestyle. Evidence points towards a vegetable and plant based diet that is lean on red meat and generally low glycemic. This is a radically different diet than the standard American diet (SAD).
Each week our award winning authors offer one food, flavor or idea to create a healthier, anti-cancer diet. We ask that you take the food, flavor or idea and just give it a try. If you like it, keep it. If not, move on. In 6 months, with 26 new ideas, you will be armed with information to make smart decisions and on a sustainable path to better eating habits.
You can also check out The Cancer-Fighting Kitchen by Rebecca Katz.
Here are some experts on the topic of food and cancer:
Dr. Servan–Schreiber wrote one of the most influential books on taking charge of a cancer diagnosis: Anticancer A New Way of Life.
If you buy just one book, this is the one.
In the 7–minute video below, he discusses the importance of an anti-cancer diet.
“Being a doctor didn’t stop me from getting cancer.”–David Servan-Schrieber, MD, PhD
The author of the on line course The Cancer-Fighting Kitchen
“We want to create the most inhospitable environment for cancer to grow.”–Rebecca Katz
William Li is the head of the Angiogenesis Foundation which investigates the role of diet in blood vessel formation to tumors. Could diet make a difference?
“Can we eat to starve cancer?”–William Li
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