Posts Tagged ‘nutrition for cancer prevention’

Foods as Medicine for Cancer Prevention & Healing

Foods as Medicine for Cancer Prevention & Healing
By Catharine L. Kaufman (a.k.a. The Kitchen Shrink) Edited by Dina Eliash Robinson, Editor-in Chief- TheFreeRangeClub.com Pink ribbons and shop window decorations herald its designation as Breast Cancer Awareness Month every October, Some people carry the reminder year-round—as did a hot hunk I recently...
September 15th, 2010 | Featured Article, Nutrition | Read More

Customize Your Plate: the Emerging Science of Personalized Diets

Washington, D.C. – American Institute for Cancer Research – Scientists presenting at the annual research conference of the American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) suggested that diet likely plays a role in cancer prevention beyond the simple ABCs of healthful eating. Specifically, researchers...
November 11th, 2008 | Prevention | Read More

Cancer Experts Debate Vitamin D, Sunlight and Risk

The association between vitamin D and cancer risk is one of the most studied, most complex and most controversial issues in nutrition science. Recently, at a major scientific conference on diet and cancer, a panel of vitamin D experts weighed in, and presented evidence that sought to provide some clarity. The...
November 9th, 2008 | Cancer Research, News | Read More

Top 5 Things That Kill Men

The top five things that kill men are heart disease, cancer, accidents, stroke and chronic lower respiratory diseases. There’s a lot you can’t control these days: the stock market, climate change, Monday Night Football. But you can manage much of your risk for the five most common killers of men....
November 5th, 2008 | News, Treatment | Read More

Cancer-Fighting Tomatoes Created

Purple cancer-fighting tomatoes have been genetically engineered by British scientists.  The freaky fruit, which resemble tomato-like plums, have already been shown to extend the lives of cancer-prone mice. Scientists say they could be on sale within three years – but probably not in the UK because...
October 26th, 2008 | Cancer Research, News | Read More