If you're 45 year or older or simply postmenopausal, this article is just for you!
Because you have the biggest risk of kidney cancer.
Thankfully, a new study led by Cathryn Bock of Wayne State University School of Medicine has found that lycopene-rich foods can prevent kidney cancer in older women.
Read on to find out how foods like tomatoes, watermelon and papaya can prevent you... ››› more
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
Studies confirm that two compounds in tomatoes are great for your mental health. Lycopene and beta-carotene are essential for your brain health because they fight inflammation and help your brain grow and function normally.
This means there's less oxidative stress that messes with your brain function and your brain is less likely to shrink; two of the factors that doctors see in patients who ... ››› more
Tomatoes are a great food to add to your diet to prevent prostate cancer. So is soy. Now, research shows that you get the best cancer-preventing properties by eating tomatoes and soy together! Here's why this works…
It’s hardly breaking news that tomatoes help prevent prostate cancer.
But eating tomatoes on their own isn’t as effective as eating them with soy.
In fact, doing so ca... ››› more
After skin cancer, prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer in men. It so common, one in six men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during his lifetime. But you don't have to be one of them. In fact, make these three changes to your diet today and the likelihood that'll you'll get prostate cancer will shrink dramatically…
Altering your intake of certain foods could help you beat ... ››› more
Actor Pierce Brosnan's daughter, Charlotte Emily has passed away after battling with ovarian cancer for three years. Brosnan told People.com that “Charlotte fought her cancer with grace and humanity, courage and dignity.” It has also emerged that Emily's mother and grandmother both died from the same disease. This family tragedy has certainly cast the spotlight on this silent killer. Here's wh... ››› more
A study published in March 2010 in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology supports the idea that certain vitamins help protect our skin. Better yet, many of the same foods that can boost your defences against skin cancer will also help keep your skin looking younger and smoother and ward off wrinkles. Read more about these anti-ageing skin protecting secrets... *********** Product endo... ››› more
Do you suffer from cardiovascular disease, metabolic disorders, cancer, diabetes or autoimmune-related conditions? Chances are the disease is made worse by high levels of inflammation in your body. Luckily, you can reduce harmful inflammation by eating more of the four foods that Dr Oz is fond of promoting…
You’ve probably heard that inflammation is a good thing for your body.
It... ››› more
Working the night shift isn't for the faint-hearted. It takes a while to adjust your sleeping patterns and get used to being awake during the night, which plays havoc with your health. Now, research has found a scary new health risk associated with working the night shift - it puts you more at risk of developing ovarian cancer if you're over 50! Here's how to even out the risk by adding more of th... ››› more
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