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New Colorectal Cancer Report: Whole grains lower risk, Processed meat increases it

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New research out  shows there’s strong evidence that what you eat and how much you move offer powerful protection against colorectal cancer. The report by AICR and the World Cancer Research Fund analyzed the global studies in the field, making it the most comprehensive evidence to date on how diet, nutrition, and physical activity link to colorectal cancer. “Colorectal cancer…

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Fight Cancer with Parsley

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Parsley is often used as a decorative garnish, but it may be the world’s most underappreciated herb. When you understand the amazing health and healing potential of this vibrant, curly green, you’ll realize it’s a lot more than a decoration. Parsley is a great source of antioxidant nutrients. It boosts your liver health, and it’s good for your eyes. Perhaps…

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10 Best Cancer Killing Phytonutrients To Eat

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Thirty years of research reveals 10 of the best food phytonutrients to ingest to protect against and even treat the root cause of most cancers. The following 10 natural substances have been demonstrated to be the most effective chemopreventive dietary agents against cancer stem cells: Epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG): A green tea ingredient Curcumin: The primary polyphenol in turmeric root Resveratrol: A…

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Should Cancer Patients Avoid Raw Fruits and Vegetables?

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People diagnosed with cancer are already low in dietary antioxidants, so the last thing we should do is tell them they can’t have any fresh fruit or veggies. Read full article: https://nutritionfacts.org/2017/06/13/should-cancer-patients-avoid-raw-fruits-and-vegetables/ More information: http://NutritionFacts.org and http://www.DrGreger.org and How Not to Die, a New York Times bestseller

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Fruits and Vegetables Reduce Risk for Colorectal Cancer

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A survey conducted by the Cleveland Clinic found that those with healthful lifestyle habits were less likely to develop colon polyps. Researchers presented these data at the 2017 Digestive Disease Week meeting in Chicago, IL. Of the 27,233 respondents, those who consumed 3 or more servings of fruits, grains, and vegetables a day were the least likely to report polyps….

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