This green leafy vegetable has been shown in past studies as having anti-colon cancer.
In fact, eating this vegetable could reduce the risk of colon cancer by as much as 50%!
And, now a study out of Texas confirms this... It showed to inhibit the growth of polyps in both genetic and nongenetic risk cases. How you could benefit from eating this green veggie regularly...
The new study sh... ››› more
For millions of years, people have been drinking tea. It's been heralded for its health benefits, including weight loss, boosting the immune system, soothing pain, and protecting the brain and the heart against disease...
But there's one thing that can make it lethal - read on to find out what it is... When tea-drinking can become unhealthy for you...
Many teas, and especially green tea ha... ››› more
A cancer treatment with no harsh side-effects?
Is it really possible?
You’ll be forgiven for thinking you’re stuck in a sci-fi dream when you see the fibre-optic cables and rods emitting fluorescent red, green, blue or
yellow lights into your body.
But this new, weird, minimally-invasive therapy is taking scientists by surprise…
It not only exposes tumours, allowi... ››› more
New studies confirm this natural compound could be more effective than chemo!
If you’ve been diagnosed with colon cancer, you want to fight it with everything you can. And even if you have chemotherapy, the overall 5-year survival rate is just 63%.
Unfortunately, chemo can backfire and cause a recurrence of the cancer, or even cause a secondary cancer.
In addition, it weaken... ››› more
"Hot" tumours are marked by inflammation - a sign the immune system is hard at work fighting the cancer. This type of cancer is easier to treat with conventional immunotherapy treatments.
"Cold" tumours, on the other hand, go undetected in the body because the immune's T-cells don't attack them.
These are generally associated with breast, prostate, pancreatic cancer and glioblastomas (a type... ››› more
Beta-sitosterol is a natural fat in plants, and it's proving to be an effective preventative and treatment for Benign-Prostatic-Hyperplasia (BPH) and prostate cancer.
And a new mouse study from Israel, just released, shows it lowers anxiety levels. Previous studies also indicate its effectiveness in fighting depression, as well as cholesterol.
Keep reading to find out how they could finally... ››› more
You've probably read and heard on the news that cooking food - especially meat - at hight temperatures - as is the case with braais - can be bad for you...
The reason for this is the high heat produces chemicals known as heterocyclic amines (HCAs) - which scientists have linked to cancer.
But there are ways to still keep enjoying your braais and reduce the HCAs - keep reading to find out how... ››› more
So, you've heard of probiotics for your gut - and you know how important they are in maintaining a balance in the microbiome colonies in your intestines...
And... how if you do that, you could prevent serious illnesses, like Alzheimer's, depression, diabetes and even cancer...
But now research has shown that it's also important to take probiotics for your mouth - find out why below... Dental... ››› more
When it comes to colon cancer, the first thing that comes to mind is food. Eat right, stay away from excessive alcohol intake and try to maintain a good microbiome of good bacteria in your gut.
But this new study shows there's one more factor that plays a big role in the prevention of colon cancer - and it has nothing to do with food. Draw your curtains at night and follow this ONE rule to help... ››› more
The US National Cancer Institute has identified 3,000 plants that are active against cancer cells - 70% of which are found in the Amazon rainforest.
Until recently, only shaman, healers and indigenous tribes held the key to unlocking their extraordinary secrets.
Now, thanks to the unrelenting work of leading nutritional researchers, herbalists and alternative doctors, the healing secrets of ... ››› more
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