If you haven’t heard of high fructose corn syrup, then I’m convinced you live on a self-sustainable farm and haven’t shopped in a grocery store in 40 years! This sweetener is a top ingredient in countless packaged foods,… Continue Reading
Gut Bacteria Play a Role in Cancer Tumor Development
By A4M (The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine) In recent years, the role of the gut microbiome in human health and its influence on human diseases – including different types of cancer – has garnered increasing attention. At… Continue Reading
Why Losing Weight May Be the Best Way to Prevent Cancer
When I was seeing patients, my number one priority was helping them keep their hearts as healthy as possible. We’d talk about lifestyle, diet, medications—whatever each individual situation called for. Inevitably, we’d end up talking about their other… Continue Reading
Cancer Prevention Starts In the Home
For the last 90 years, heart disease has consistently remained the leading cause of death, claiming the lives of 375,000 Americans every year. But in recent years, according to the CDC, a new trend has emerged: In some… Continue Reading
Can Men Get Breast Cancer?
It’s October again, which means we’re awash in a sea of pink—the annual symbol of breast cancer awareness. Each year, more than 250,000 women are diagnosed with this terrible disease. Another 40,000 will succumb to it. Campaign participants… Continue Reading
Family History of Breast Cancer: Related to Recurrence?
According to a 2015 study in the British Journal of Surgery, women who have been treated for breast cancer, and who have a close family history of the disease, are not at greater risk of recurrence than breast cancer patients… Continue Reading
Reduce Breast Cancer Risk with These Fruits and Veggies
The American Institute for Cancer Research estimates that about one-third of the 1.4 million cancers that occur every year in the United States can be prevented, in part, by making healthier food choices, and that a variety of vegetables and… Continue Reading
Can Food Help Protect You From Cancer?
There’s tons of research out there to support an enthusiastic, “yes!” I’ve written about it in my book, The Healing Kitchen… In my book, I introduce you to lots of dietary changes that can make a big difference in… Continue Reading
Omega-3 Fatty Acids Can Reduce Endometrial Cancer Risk
That’s right! Through a 2015 study, researchers concluded that some women can significantly reduce their risk of endometrial cancer by taking omega-3 fatty acid supplements and eating fish. The women in the study were all between the ages of 50-79… Continue Reading
American Cancer Society Guidelines Shown to Help Reduce Cancer Risk
A major study has shown that healthier lifestyle practices result in “considerable” benefits for the prevention of cancer. The study, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, involved more than a half-million adults aged 50 to 71 who were followed for an… Continue Reading