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Preventing Skin Cancer from the Inside Out

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Eating antioxidant-rich foods can bolster skin protection and reduce sunburn redness by 40%, whereas alcohol can dramatically drop the level of antioxidants in the skin within 8 minutes of consumption. Read full article: https://nutritionfacts.org/2018/07/31/how-to-counteract-the-effects-of-alcohol/ More information: http://NutritionFacts.org and http://www.DrGreger.org and How Not to Die and How Not to Die Cookbook, a New York Times bestseller

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Soy Products & Cruciferous Vegetables Reduce Breast Cancer Treatment Symptoms

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Soy products and cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, kale, and Brussels sprouts reduce treatment-related side effects among breast cancer survivors, according to research published in Breast Cancer Research and Treatment. Researchers followed 365 cancer survivors and compared symptoms such as hot flashes, joint pain, fatigue, and memory issues with soy and cruciferous vegetable consumption. Higher intakes of these foods lowered…

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G-BOMBS: 6 Anti-Cancer Foods to Eat Every Day

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Reduce cancer risk with nutritional excellence — for instance, you can always reduce your risk of developing lung cancer by quitting smoking at any point before cancer begins. Likewise, you can reduce your risk of a variety of cancers with nutritional excellence, even if it is too late to maximally protect yourself against cancer at an advanced age. Even people…

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How to Lower IGF-1, the Cancer-Promoting Growth Hormone

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Those eating vegan had significantly lower IGF-1 levels and higher IGF-binding proteins than those just eating vegetarian, suggesting that the more plant-based one’s diet becomes, the lower one’s risk of fueling growth hormone-dependent cancer growth. More information: http://NutritionFacts.org and http://www.DrGreger.org and How Not to Die and How Not to Die Cookbook, a New York Times bestseller

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Low-Fat Diet Prevents Pancreatic Cancer in Overweight Women

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A low-fat diet may prevent pancreatic cancer in overweight or obese women, according to a study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. Researchers compared cancer incidence rates for 48,835 postmenopausal women assigned to either a low-fat diet, in which fat intake was limited to 20 percent of daily energy and daily servings of fruits, vegetables, and grains…

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