Prostate cancer is one of the worst types of cancer around the globe.
The worst thing about it is you're likely to receive the diagnosis only once the cancer is in its late stages.
It's just THAT difficult to detect.
And that means your survival rate is significantly lower compared to other forms of cancer, because, by then, there's no telling how many of your other tissues are invaded... ››› 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
Debate about vitamin C and its use in cancer treatment has been going on since the turn of the century. Over a decade later, they still continue.
And the most recent “controversy/cure” arguments come after a University of Kansas study. Published earlier this year in the Science Translational Medicine, the study has plenty experts up in arms.
Researchers at the university say vitamin C ... ››› more
At the age of 78, Allan Taylor found a huge lump in his stomach area.
When he went to his doctor to find out what it was, he got a reply he wasn't expecting: It was colon cancer.
His doctors said he'd have to have surgery followed by chemo - but there was no guarantee it would extend his life.
Four months later, he'd lost 23cm of his intestines and had undergone three months of chemo. ... ››› more
Walnuts are an essential part of a healthy diet.
They keep your brain active as you age, help lower your cholesterol levels and lower your heart disease risk if you suffer from diabetes.
But they contain strong anti-cancer compounds too!
So strong in fact, when Diamond Foods in American made the claim they beat cancer on the back of their packets of walnuts, the Food and Drug Administr... ››› 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
We recently posted an article about how filling your plate with 2/3 fruit, vegetables and whole-grains can help you increase your chances of breast cancer survival!
But researchers were quite secretive about the exact types of fruit, vegetables and whole-wheat's to add to your diet. They said they needed to do more research so they had something to compare their current findings to. They were ... ››› more
It may seem like your life has ended when you receive the cancer diagnosis, but it's far from over.
Not only can you keep fighting to improve your health, but there are easy ways to do it.
And it all starts with your diet.
Here are five steps to choosing the right foods to provide your body with the nutrients it needs to keep fighting the invading cells…
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If you think about a black tomato, you probably picture something rotting on the ground with all sorts of disgusting things oozing out of it!
But real black tomatoes have nothing to do with rotting food!
In fact, they're plump, shiny and juicy just like any normal tomato, except their skin is a velvety black.
You may be asking yourself why anyone would want to grow a black tomato never... ››› more
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