- These common nutrients stop prostate cancer in its tracks!
- A number of studies over the past few decades have shown a definitive connection between diet and a man's risk of developing prostate cancer.
“A growing number of studies show that improving nutrition along with the addition of special nutrients can dramatically reduce risk,” says Dr Russell Blaylock, a well-recognised neurologist and nutrition expert in the United States.
This means th... ››› more
- [16 March 2018]
- Even third-hand smokes increases your risk of lung cancer!
- Last year, researchers at the Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in the United States found that brief exposure to third-hand smoke, which is the poisonous residue that lingers on surfaces longer after a cigarette has been put out, was tied to low body weight and immune changes in juvenile mice.
In a new study, the researchers have found that third-hand smoke also incr... ››› more
- [15 March 2018]
- Filling up on fibre lessens the chance of colon cancer death
- Colon cancer patients can lower their chances of death by eating a diet rich in fibre, a study published in JAMA Oncology has found.
Fibre has been associated with better insulin control and lower levels of inflammation, which may account for better survival, the study team said. In addition, a high-fibre diet may protect people from developing colon cancer in the first place. Read on for more.... ››› more
- [13 March 2018]
- Sun exposure and colon cancer: The surprising link
- Most people avoid spending too much time in the sun to protect themselves against skin cancer. Now, a top expert says it's possible that the sun's rays can cause colon cancer as well.
“We know that people who develop squamous skin cancer are at higher risk for colon cancer, so we're looking into whether exposure from the sun's ultraviolet rays might be involved,” said Dr Tatiana Oberszyn. R... ››› more
- [09 March 2018]
- Five of the most important prostate cancer discoveries to date
- In most cases, prostate cancer is treatable, plus it has strong survival rates. That's the good news. However, if prostate cancer goes undetected and spreads, it could turn into bad news.
That aside, because prostate cancer is still the most common cancer among men worldwide, researchers and doctors alike are constantly looking to discover advancements in the treatment of the disease.
Read o... ››› more
- [02 March 2018]
- Anti-dandruff shampoos contain carcinogens! Use these natural remedies instead
- Do you suffer from dandruff and use an anti-dandruff shampoo to keep white, flaky scalp at bay? Then it's time you start looking at natural remedies for dandruff instead!
Anti-dandruff shampoos don't only turn your hair dry and frizzy - many also contain chemicals that natural practitioners say are best to avoid. Coal tar in particular, which has been a primary ingredient in anti-dandruff shamp... ››› more
- [01 March 2018]
- Chowing down on these foods boosts your risk of colon cancer…
- Chowing down on sugary drinks, white bread and red meat might increase your risk of colon cancer in the long term. This is according to a new study published in the journal JAMA Oncology.
These foods trigger inflammation in your body, and the inflammation that they cause is linked to a higher risk of developing colon cancer, the study showed. Keep reading for the full findings.
Harvard study... ››› more
- [20 February 2018]
- Fish oil is eight times more effective than flaxseed oil at preventing tumours
- You already know that omega-3 fatty acids are excellent for your brain and heart health. Now, a new study has found that a certain type of omega-3 is highly effective at preventing tumours - marine-based omega-3 found in fish oil and marine life such as fish, algae and phytoplankton.
According to the study, fish oil is eight times more effective than plant-based sources of omega-3, such as edib... ››› more
- [19 February 2018]
- 'Ultra-processed' foods like sugary cereals and instant noodles raise your cancer risk!
- Eating highly processed foods like fizzy drinks, sugary cereals, chicken nuggets, instant noodles and cookies may be associated with an increased risk of developing cancer, French researchers have found.
Their study, published in the British Medical Journal, used data from nearly 105,000 French adults who completed online questionnaires, detailing their intake of 3,300 food items. Keep reading ... ››› more
- [19 February 2018]
- Your favourite hot drink could cause oesophageal cancer!
- They say that tea is like a hug in a cup, but a new Chinese study suggests otherwise. According to the study, drinking scalding hot tea can increase the risk of oesophageal in people who drink alcohol and smoke - two habits that make cancer more likely.
The study found that Chinese adults who drank at least one glass of wine, beer or cocktail as well as a scalding hot cup of tea daily were five... ››› more
- [15 February 2018]
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