When doctors told 74-year-old Danny McDonald his stomach cancer was so severe it would kill him within three months, he ignored their advice. He chose to forgo toxic chemotherapy and embraced a nutritional approach to healing instead.
Four years later, Danny is alive, well and cancer-free!
So what did he do to defy these odds?
The answer, lies in the cancer-fighting benefits of this supe... ››› more
There's huge debate about cancer prevention and treatment.
Scientists, the pharmaceutical industry and natural health activists and experts are all up in a tizz about what you should do when it comes to your health and cancer.
But it seems that natural cancer treatment is winning. And it's not that there's no scientific evidence that it works; there is!
The problem is, when you can tre... ››› more
The more experts look into natural health, the more they find out about the real benefits that food has on your health.
Some scientists still refuse to believe and acknowledge that food on its own can prevent and even cure disease like cancer. But they can't deny the proof is rolling in thick and fast.
A study that's still underway has more evidence. Scientists are looking at how some of t... ››› more
At 34, Pat Reeves got the devastating diagnosis that she had a brain tumour.
Her doctor also told her it would be fatal unless she received the appropriate treatment. But even then they couldn't guarantee that treatment would keep her alive.
Despite this she decided pills, radiotherapy and even surgery wouldn't be they way she was going to tackle her disease. She was going to go the natura... ››› more
Ditch the cheese-laden veggies and butternut smothered in butter. Not only are they going to leave the waistline of your pants a bit tight, they're going to wreck your health in the long run.
Instead, eat healthy, cancer-fighting foods that improve your health and keep you slim all in one!
And what's one of the best cancer fighting foods? Well, spinach of course!
Resea... ››› more
Whether you're following the Banting Diet or simply cutting carbs to lose weight, you need to rethink your diet for optimal health, says Prevention.com.
Not only is eating too much animal protein bad for you and it can actually CAUSE cancer, but eating too few carbs means you're missing out on some of the best cancer fighting foods.
Not all carbs are bad for you. And that... ››› more
Just 20 years ago it was rare to directly know someone battling with cancer. But nowadays, it's the opposite. It's uncommon to find someone whose life cancer hasn't had an effect on.
In fact, it's likely that it's you yourself. And you're looking for ways to beat cancer or lower your cancer risk.
That's why, today, we're revealing some of the best cancer fighting foods. And you can easily ... ››› more
What you eat improves or destroys your health!
But when it comes to green vegetables, the improvements are vast.
Not only are they great for combatting heart disease, lowering cholesterol and improving blood sugar control, they contain an important compound that fights breast cancer.
Experts believe that when your body converts the compound in broccoli to sulforaphane, it literally tur... ››› more
Weight watchers and health fanatics alike love eating celery! Not only does it use more energy to chew the fibrous food than it contains, it's healthy for your diet too.
But a new study shows there's a more important reason to add celery to your diet!
It can protect you from cancer!
The research - funded by China's National Natural Science Foundation and America's National Cancer Insti... ››› more
Mother Nature continues to give us means of fighting dreaded diseases, and the variety of foods you can eat that aid in your fight against cancer is growing. Now you can add delicious, red and juicy strawberries to your list. Here's how eating strawberries can kill off cancer.
When you’re fighting against cancer, you’re likely to be looking for any way to help your body win the fight. And i... ››› more
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