If you like dairy foods - or have increased your intake to help prevent weak bones, it's important that you know that studies have shown a link to prostate cancer from dairy intake.
But it doesn't mean you have to cut out all dairy from your diet... Initially, researchers thought it was calcium that increased risk of prostate cancer...
Early studies cast suspicion on calcium supplements when... ››› more
While prostate cancer is a relatively common occurrence among men in general, only a very small percentage of these men develop a clinically significant form of prostate cancer.
In many cases doctors advise men to adopt active surveillance - which means instead of rushing to remove the prostate or fight the cancer, you watch to see whether it's even necessary.
Early stage cancer is very tr... ››› more
It's delicious and versatlie. You can add it to stews, pasta or stir fry, blend it to make a creamy sauce or delicious soup, serve it as a side-dish or topping, or just enjoy it as a main with a creamy cheese sauce!
Made famous by French haute cuisine chefs in the 19th century, but used in kitchens all over Asia for centuries before that - and by traditional doctors too, this food is by no ... ››› more
Watercress is a leafy green used in salads and as a garnish. But given its health benefits I'm about to tell you about, it should be a staple in every home...
In fact, it used to be a staple vegetable in the 19th century and it was fed to Roman soldiers for its potent nutrient value. Not only this, Hippocrates, the Father of Medicine used it to treat his patients.
It's easy to grow in the g... ››› more
Early in the 20th century, naturalist Rudolf Steiner developed the first extracts of mistletoe for injection. He theorised that it might help treat cancer because, like cancer, mistletoe is a parasitic growth that eventually kills its host. Studies show an impressive track record for this strange parasitic plant...
According to studies, mistletoe has the ability to kill various types of canc... ››› more
After you read this, you may find yourself asking for extra curry with your chicken and veggies the next time you dine out at your favourite Indian restaurant.
And with very good reason. One of the main ingredients in Indian curries has had a recent boom in popularity in the West due to the ever-mounting collection of research on its potential health benefits - including that of a cancer blaste... ››› more
Cancer is primarily caused by an unbalanced immune system.
So a good place to start is by “cleaning house” with a good detox diet.
It's important to work with a doctor skilled in Integrative Medicine so that he can determine your specific detox needs. There have been huge advancements in this field and you can have your toxicity levels measured non-invasively and inexpensively in your do... ››› more
The history of the spice turmeric, whose main active component is called curcumin, is diverse and well-documented.
Curcumin is actually part of the ginger family and it is made by grinding the roots of a large-leafed Asian plant known as Curcuma Longa.
The spice itself has been used by the people of India and Asia for centuries and many of its uses - from treating cuts and sores to more seri... ››› more
There's a molecule in the rind of oranges that acts like an anti-adhesive for cancer cells.
It's so powerful, in one study it stopped the spread of melanoma by 90%!
Find out below how it can help cancer from spreading! How this natural "anti-adhesive" works...
Cancer cells have a “sticky” protein on their surface to metastasise (spread). This protein is known as galectin-3. It ... ››› more
When you're battling cancer, you want to stack all the cards in your favour - and that's why this natural cancer treatment is gaining a lot of support in the field of medicine.
It's called IVC, and it stands for Intravenous Vitamin C treatment.
Read on below about how it disarms cancer cells and the positive results of some exciting studies... Vitamin C is one of the most powerful antioxida... ››› more
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