Posts Tagged ‘cancer and food’

Should you cook onions? Harriet Sugar-Miller looks out how to maximize the anti-cancer effects of onions.

Blood vessels are a key component of our circulatory system, and angiogenesis is the natural process in our bodies that grows blood vessels. Angiogenesis is a d…

Healing can seem complicated, so this week Cathy Nobil-Dutton offers two simple foods that can put you on a healthy track, during treatment and after. Put your…

I switched my morning beverage from coffee to green tea some years ago, and I’ve never looked back. For me, green tea was both an anti-cancer choice, and much l…

This week we look at a concept that is at the core of creating an anti-cancer diet: glycemic index and glycemic load. These concepts have been around for a whil…

Adding leafy greens to your diet is a first step to an anti-cancer diet.

A plant based diet impacts our organs, bones, muscles, hair, skin, teeth, nails and even our thoughts and emotions says Kendall Scott, co-author of Kicking Canc…

Try slow cooking your way to a healthy diet with slow cooked 9 veggie split pea soup.

Khevin Barnes, male breast cancer survivor, says that it is important to choose a healing path that works for you.

Harriet Sugar-Miller researches how compounds in peanuts may help spread cancer.

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