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Could dark chocolate protect against pancreatic cancer?

Could dark chocolate protect against pancreatic cancer? | Cancer - Advances, Knowledge, Integrative & Holistic Treatments | Scoop.it
Indiana University scientists revealed that eating foods rich in magnesium - such as dark chocolate - can help prevent pancreatic cancer, the fourth most deadly form of the disease in the US.
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Super Foods That May Help Prevent Cancer

Super Foods That May Help Prevent Cancer | Cancer - Advances, Knowledge, Integrative & Holistic Treatments | Scoop.it
Research shows that these seven foods actually help prevent cancer.
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Western Diet, Lifestyle May Be The Reason Cancer Is The Leading Cause Of Death For Hispanics.

The American Cancer Society provides an interesting new look to the incidence and mortality rate of cancer cases among Hispanics and Latinos.
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A new study suggests that high cancer rates are driven by Western lifestyle patterns.

Analysis of cancer rates amongst people of Hispanic origin in the US compared to others in the US has revealed that cancer rates are higher in second-generation Hispanics in the US more than first-generation Hispanics.

As second-generation Hispanics are typically born in the US it indicates that adopting the US lifestyle and diet has likely contributed to increased cancer rates of those second-generation Hispanics.

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Diet Contributes to 20% to 42% of All Human Cancers and 50% to 90% of Colon Cancer

Diet Contributes to 20% to 42% of All Human Cancers and 50% to 90% of Colon Cancer | Cancer - Advances, Knowledge, Integrative & Holistic Treatments | Scoop.it
A hidden lesson here may be that instead of waiting until after one is diagnosed with a serious health condition such as colon cancer it would make sense to incorporate smaller, culinary doses of these beneficial compounds on a daily basis as a food-as-preventive-medicine approach
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It would behoove medical professionals and their patients to take seriously this preliminary research by using non-toxic dietary modifications and/or therapeutic concentrations of these bio-active food ingredients early on as a preventive medicine strategy.

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Milk and Prostate Cancer: The Evidence Mounts

A cancer-prevention diet includes plenty of:

Vegetables: sweet potatoes, carrots, broccoli, spinach, asparagus
Fruits: strawberries, kiwi, melon, bananas, apples
Whole grains: breads, cereal, oatmeal, pasta, rice
Legumes: beans, peas, lentils

The most healthful diets eliminate meat, dairy products, eggs, and fried foods.

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Many studies have indicated a link between milk consumption and prostate cancer.

- 2 cohort studies (research studies following groups of people over time) found an increased risk with higher milk intakes

- 5 studies comparing cancer patients to healthy individuals found a similar association

- 1 study conducted in northern Italy found that frequent dairy consumption could increase risk by 2.5 times

- in 1997, the World Cancer Research Fund and the American Institute for Cancer Research concluded that dairy products should be considered a possible contributor to prostate cancer

- a study in April 2000 pointed to a link between dairy and prostate cancer: Harvard’s Physicians’ Health Study followed 20,885 men for 11 years, finding that having 2.5 servings each day boosted prostate cancer risk by 34%, compared to having less than a half serving daily

Not only does milk boost the amount of insulin-like growth factor (IGF-I) in the blood, which in turn promotes cancer cell growth, but there are other characteristics to consider. The high level of calcium ion milk depletes the body’s vitamin D. Most dairy products are also high in fat and can interfere with the hormone balance. The biological purpose of cow’s milk is to support rapid growth in all parts of a calf’s body for only a short period of time until weaned. This is similar to the role of human milk from mothers.

This article advises that a cancer-prevention diet should include plenty of vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and legumes. The most healthful diets eliminate meat, dairy products, eggs, and fried foods.

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Evidence Based Lifestyle and Self Help Strategies After Cancer

'Together Against Cancer' Conference October 2013. A PowerPoint presentation entitled "Evidence based lifestyle and self help strategies after Cancer". By Pr...
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This is an informative presentation (46 mins) delivered by Professor Dr. Robert Thomas, a Consultant Oncologist at Addenbrooke's and Bedford Hospitals, a visiting Professor at Cranfield University and a clinical teacher at Cambridge University.

 

He talks about the benefits of lifestyle, exercise and diet in relation to cancer.

 

You may want to recommend to your doctor to watch this.

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Graham Player Ph.D.'s comment, April 13, 2015 12:28 PM
The results of the UK NCRN Pomi-T study referred to by Professor Dr. Robert Thomas can be seen here published in Nature Magazine - http://www.nature.com/pcan/journal/v17/n2/full/pcan20146a.html
Tambre Leighn's curator insight, April 17, 2015 11:16 AM

Yes, yes, yes...a pathway to wellbeing - nutritious food and physical activity!

Beth A. Williams's curator insight, August 4, 2015 1:49 PM

Yes, yes, yes...a pathway to wellbeing - nutritious food and physical activity!

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11 Day Free Docu-Series on Cancer Treatments Presented by 28 Doctors and 11 Other Experts

11 Day Free Docu-Series on Cancer Treatments Presented by 28 Doctors and 11 Other Experts | Cancer - Advances, Knowledge, Integrative & Holistic Treatments | Scoop.it
Find out how to prevent and treat cancer 100% naturally, watch the free 11-day docu-series
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For anybody interested in the latest cancer treatments beyond the conventional chemotherapy, radiation and surgery, this is a ‘must-watch’ series of free videos for you.

In this video series you will hear from 28 doctors and 11 other experts on the subject of cancer. It is all entirely free of charge. All you need to do is to register to receive access, by going here - http://thetruthaboutcancer.com/quest/#a_aid=1587573 . The videos are available one per day from March 30th through April 9th.

There are 11 episodes covering the following subjects:
Episode 1 - Modern Medicine & The Cancer Pandemic
Episode 2 - Your First Line Of Defense
Episode 3 - Eliminate These "Dirty Dozen" To Prevent Cancer
Episode 4 - Your Secret Fountain Of Youth
Episode 5 - Nature's Pharmacy
Episode 6 - Clean Foods & The Cancer Diet
Episode 7 - Diagnostic "Do's & Dont's" - Proven Treatment Protocols Part 1
Episode 8 - Proven Treatment Protocols Part 2
Episode 9 - Proven Treatment Protocols Part 3
Episode 10 - Doctor's Orders
Episode 11 - How To Survive & Thrive

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Diet Modifications Found to Benefit Breast Cancer Patients

Diet Modifications Found to Benefit Breast Cancer Patients | Cancer - Advances, Knowledge, Integrative & Holistic Treatments | Scoop.it
Nutrition education may help prevent breast cancer re-occurrence
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Researchers from Federal University of Santa Catarina in Brazil undertook a study to evaluate the effect on cancer patients of reduced consumption of red and processed meat, and increased consumption of fruit and vegetables.

The researchers found that patients in the intervention group showed significant reductions in red and processed meat, consuming 50% less than peers in the comparison group. Comparison group patients also had two-times greater body weight increase during the study. Both red and processed meat consumption and body weight increases have been linked with increased oxidative stress, which has been shown to affect increased cancer recurrence. Fruit and vegetable intake was also increased among the intervention group and likely helped those patients limit BMI, unlike the comparison group, which had three times higher BMI over the course of the study.

"Although the sample size was small and data were collected at different times, this study provides evidence that women undergoing breast cancer treatment might benefit from immediate, individualized and detailed nutrition monitoring," lead author Cecilia C. Schiavon, MsC, concluded.

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Dietary Guidelines for Cancer Prevention

Dietary Guidelines for Cancer Prevention | Cancer - Advances, Knowledge, Integrative & Holistic Treatments | Scoop.it

Six dietary guidelines – more aggressive than previous cancer prevention advice.

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Doctors from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine have recommended guidelines for cancer prevention, and published their findings in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition.

It is encouraging to see doctors beginning to accept, adopt and recommend what many natural therapists have been advocating for such a long time.

Their cancer-prevention guidelines emphasize a plant-based food diet, which builds meals around fruits, vegetables and legumes. Their six dietary recommendations to reduce the risk of several types of cancer are as follows:

1. Limit or avoid dairy products to reduce the risk of prostate cancer

2. Limit or avoid alcohol to reduce the risk of cancers of the mouth, pharynx, larynx, esophagus, colon, rectum, and breast

3. Avoid red and processed meats to reduce the risk of cancers of the colon and rectum

4. Avoid grilled, fried, and broiled meats to reduce the risk of cancers of the colon, rectum, breast, prostate, kidney, and pancreas

5. Consume soy products to reduce risk of breast cancer and to reduce the risk of recurrence and mortality for women previously treated for breast cancer

6. Emphasize fruits and vegetables to reduce risk of several common forms of cancer


There is considerable research to support these findings and recommendations. However the consumption of soy products is somewhat controversial, in that there is conflicting research about the benefits or dangers of soy products. What is commonly accepted is the benefits of fermented soy products.

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'Give up dairy products to beat cancer'

'Give up dairy products to beat cancer' | Cancer - Advances, Knowledge, Integrative & Holistic Treatments | Scoop.it
A leading scientist, who has been fighting breast cancer since 1987, says the
disease is overwhelmingly linked to animal products
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Cancer is Not All in Your Genes! Most Cancer Can be Avoided With a Healthy Lifestyle

Cancer is Not All in Your Genes! Most Cancer Can be Avoided With a Healthy Lifestyle | Cancer - Advances, Knowledge, Integrative & Holistic Treatments | Scoop.it
Cancer ISN'T all in your genes: Up to 90% of cases 'could be wiped out by avoiding triggers caused by our unhealthy lifestyles'
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Despite what you may be told, the majority of cancer is not caused by your genes or by bad luck. How can that be, if today 1 in 2 males, and 1 in 3 females, will have cancer in their lifetime’s according to WHO? Cancer incidence is far too high to be explained by simple mutations in cell division alone. Research indicates that genetic susceptibility may be likely in from only 2% to 5% of cases.

There are ample studies and research that show lifestyle, diet, environment, and pollution are the major contributors to cancer. The bottom line is that most cancer (and most other chronic degenerative diseases) is caused by the way we live and by man-made products and chemicals, and is therefore preventable if we can get access to the right knowledge.

The knowledge to prevent cancer is not accessible from your medical practitioners, as their focus is on disease rather than health, and their education is lacking in how to be healthy. In fact our medical system lacks even a basic credible definition of health.

Some ‘experts’ like to constantly remind everyone that there is no evidence or clinical research that diet and lifestyle are the answer to cancer prevention or reduction. There is never likely to be any clinical evidence, as no organization will spend the huge sum of money required on such research to conclude that you can prevent or even overcome cancer with self-therapy based on non-patentable interventions as simple as change of habits and non-exposure to chemicals. The US$100 billion cancer industry of today does not want to hear that. There are also other vested interests across the food and chemical industries that don’t want to hear such inconvenient truths.

While the medical industry does the best they can to extend the life of cancer patients based on what they are legally permitted to prescribe (chemotherapy, radiation and surgery) without any intention of trying to cure cancer, there are thousands of people in the world who do cure their own cancer by taking charge of their own health and changing their lifestyle. It is these cancer survivors that we need to learn from.

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Can We Eat to Starve Cancer? Yes We Can!

Dr. William Li presents a new way to think about treating cancer.

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I have reported on this important subject before, and do so again as a reminder of its relevance. I have summarized the key points in the video, for those who would rather read the text.

Our bodies use a process called angiogenesis to grow blood vessels.

There are 60,000 miles of blood vessels in a typical adult, and they have the ability to adapt to whatever environment they are in. We have 19 billion capillaries in our body, which are the smallest blood vessels.

We get almost all of our blood vessels while we are still in our mother’s womb. As adults our blood vessels don’t normally grow, except in a few circumstances. In women blood vessels grow every month to build the lining of the uterus, and during pregnancy they form the placenta. After any injury, blood vessels grow in order to heal the wound. The body is able to release a protein stimulator (angiogenic factor) to encourage blood vessels to grow as needed, and also to release angiogenesis inhibitors to prune back any excess blood vessels. The normal healthy body tries to maintain a baseline complement of blood vessels. This ability to balance angiogenesis, when working properly, prevents the development of blood vessels to feed most cancerous cells, and is one of our most important defense mechanisms against cancer.

However in some diseases the body loses the ability to grow enough blood vessels, and is unable to prune back any excess blood vessels in order to restore the baseline. In these situations angiogenesis becomes out of balance. Insufficient angiogenesis can result in heart attacks, circulatory problems, stroke, nerve damage, and more. Excess angiogenesis can result in cancer, arthritis, Alzheimer’s disease, and more. It is known that there are over 70 major diseases that share abnormal angiogenesis as their common denominator.

Angiogenesis is a characteristic of every type of harmful cancer, and is a tipping point between a harmless cancer and a harmful cancer. Cancers don’t start out with a blood supply. They are only an accumulation of microscopic cancerous cells that cannot get any larger because they lack a supply of oxygen and nutrients, which come from a blood supply. Without a blood supply most of these cancers will never become dangerous.

Autopsies have shown that about 40% of women aged 40-50 have microscopic cancers in their breasts, and 50% of men aged 50-60 have microscopic cancers in their prostate. Virtually all of us by the time we reach our 70s will have microscopic cancers growing in our thyroid. Fortunately without a blood supply most of these cancers will never become dangerous.

So if we could cut off the blood supply to cancerous cells then a cancer tumor would not be able to develop. This is called anti-angiogenic therapy. It is quite different to chemotherapy, as it is selectively aimed at the blood vessels that are feeding the cancers. Tumor blood vessels are unlike normal healthy blood vessels. They are poorly constructed and highly vulnerable to treatments that target them. Anti-angiogenic therapies have been around for at least the past 10-years, and many of these drugs have already been developed for various cancers. Clinical experience using anti-angiogenic drugs has shown a 70% to 100% improvement in survival for some cancers, such as kidney, multiple myeloma, colorectal cancer, and gastro-intestinal tumors. But for other cancers, improvements have not occurred to the same extent.

Trying to treat cancers once they have become mature is known to be difficult. However preventing them from developing may be the answer.

It is believed by many people that dietary habits may account for the development of one third of all cancers. If this is the case then an obvious solution would to modify our diet, if we can be sure of which dietary habits to change. Another beneficial approach may be to use food as a way of controlling angiogenesis so that blood vessels would not develop to enable cancers to grow. This was the hypothesis of Dr. William Li, and he set out to show that it is entirely possible by eating to starve cancer.

He discovered through scientific laboratory testing that many natural foods, beverages and herbs contain natural inhibitors of angiogenesis. Some notable examples include resveratrol from red grapes which inhibit angiogenesis by 60%, ellagic acid from strawberries, and genistein from soy beans. In fact soy extract, artichoke, parsley, berries, garlic, and red grapes were better inhibitors of angiogenesis than many of the pharmaceutical drugs. It was also discovered that combining certain foods together created a synergy that produced an even greater and more potent inhibitor of angiogenesis.

Dietary cancer prevention with focus on anti-angiogenesis may be one of the preferred solutions to cancer instead of the high cost of end-stage cancer treatment.

Research continues to reveal that many naturally occurring foods are as good, and in some cases better, than drugs in the control of angiogenesis. This is a major step forward in the strategies we have at our disposal for cancer prevention. To learn more visit the Angiogenesis Foundation - http://www.angio.org/

For a list of the dietary sources of naturally occurring anti-angiogenic foods see here - http://blog.ted.com/2010/02/10/dr_william_lis/

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Nutritional Guidelines for Cancer Prevention.

Nutritional Guidelines for Cancer Prevention. | Cancer - Advances, Knowledge, Integrative & Holistic Treatments | Scoop.it
A new report shows that global spending on cancer drugs reached $100 billion last year—a 10.3 percent increase from 2013. Experts predict that, at this rate,
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The cancer ‘industry’ has now become a US$100 billion per year industry and continues to increase. With at least one-third of cancers being preventable by lifestyle changes, according to the World Health Organisation, there are steps we can all take to reduce the risk of cancer.

Doctors from the Physicians Committee of Responsible Medicine and dietitians have released a list of six dietary recommendations to help individuals lower their cancer risk. The Physicians Committee of Responsible Medicine makes these six recommendations:

1) Avoid dairy products to reduce risk of prostate cancer.

2) Limit or avoid alcohol to reduce the risk of cancers of the mouth, pharynx, larynx, esophagus, colon, rectum, and breast.

3) Avoid red and processed meat to reduce the risk of cancers of the colon and rectum.

4) Avoid grilled, fried, and broiled meats to reduce the risk of cancers of the colon, rectum, breast, prostate, kidney, and pancreas.

5) Women should consume soy products in adolescence to reduce risk of breast cancer. Breast cancer survivors should consume soy products to reduce risk of cancer recurrence and overall mortality.

6) Eat a diet rich in fruits and vegetables to reduce risk of several forms of cancer.

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Milk and Dairy Consumption in Childhood Associated with Major Increase in Adult Cancer Risk

A diet rich in dairy products during childhood is associated with a greater risk of colorectal cancer in adulthood.
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It is known that elevated IGF-1 (insulin-like growth factor-I) levels are associated with a variety of cancers, including colorectal, prostate, and premenopausal breast cancer.

A study involving 2,109 women from eight European countries found that elevated IGF-1 was associated with the consumption of protein (mainly from animal sources), including milk and cheese.

Another study from the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition published results of a 65-year follow-up study showing that dairy consumption affects biological pathways associated with carcinogenesis. They found a diet rich in dairy products during childhood is associated with a greater risk of colorectal cancer in adulthood. High childhood total dairy intake was associated with a near-tripling in the risk of colorectal cancer compared with low intake, independent of meat, fruit, and vegetable intakes and socioeconomic indicators.

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Lady with Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer Given Only 6-Weeks to Live Cures Her Own Cancer Naturally.

Lady with Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer Given Only 6-Weeks to Live Cures Her Own Cancer Naturally. | Cancer - Advances, Knowledge, Integrative & Holistic Treatments | Scoop.it
In 2003, Felicity Corbin-Wheeler was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and given six weeks to live, but she healed it with plant-based diet and alternative th...
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A compelling interview with Felicity Corbin-Wheeler, a pancreatic cancer survivor and a former British Red Cross nurse. She was diagnosed in 2003 with stage 4 pancreatic cancer and given only 6-weeks to live. Now 12-years later she remains cancer-free.

Previously in 1989 her daughter was diagnosed with stage 4 Hodgins lymphoma and died within 2-years of that diagnosis at age 20, after following all of the conventional recommended chemotherapy and radiation therapies. Her 14 year-old son was also diagnosed with cancer of the appendix which was successfully removed.

Due to her children’s plight with cancer and her observation of her daughter’s pain and suffering as a result of her unsuccessful conventional treatments, she decided to become more familiar with other ways of dealing with cancer than the conventional medical approaches.

Fortunately for her, when diagnosed with incurable pancreatic cancer, she turned to what she had learned about other natural treatments and began a program of treating herself. This included Vitamin B17 Laetrile, DMSO, Vitamin C, Pancreatic Enzymes, and a change of diet and lifestyle in keeping with the Gerson Therapy.

Listen to the interview about her amazing story.

With so many people today turning away from conventional medical therapies for cancer and managing to cure themselves using natural and holistic methods, it is becoming increasingly difficult for medical science to proclaim with any authority that the only way to treat cancer is with chemotherapy, radiation and surgery. In fact the more one hears the praise of these conventional methods, the more those methods begin to lose credibility in the face of the reality of these cancer survivors who have chosen other ways to cure themselves.

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Prostate Cancer Shown to Improve through Diet and Lifestyle Changes.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2008 Jun 17;105(24):8369-74. doi: 10.1073/pnas.0803080105. Epub 2008 Jun 16. Research Support, N.I.H., Extramural; Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't; Research Support, U.S. Gov't, Non-P.H.S.
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It is often reported by medical ‘experts’ that diet and lifestyle does not have any effect on curing disease, stating that no studies have shown such benefit. Well studies have been done that do indicate diet and lifestyle changes modify genetic expression which directly and favorably influences disease cure.

A study was done study to examine changes in prostate gene expression in men with low-risk prostate cancer who declined immediate surgery, hormonal therapy, or radiation and participated in an intensive nutrition and lifestyle intervention while undergoing careful surveillance for tumor progression. Their gene expression profiles were obtained prior to the study and again 3-months into the study. Analysis detected 48 up-regulated genes and 453 down-regulated genes as a result of the nutrition and lifestyle intervention.

What the researchers observed was that the activity of disease-preventing genes had increased while a number of disease-promoting genes, including those involved in prostate cancer and breast cancer, had shut down.

If interested, you can read the full report here - http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2430265/

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Woman with Stage 4 Breast Cancer Cures Herself Through Changes in Diet and Nutrition

Woman with Stage 4 Breast Cancer Cures Herself Through Changes in Diet and Nutrition | Cancer - Advances, Knowledge, Integrative & Holistic Treatments | Scoop.it
Dr. Ruth Heidrich healed stage 4 breast cancer with nutrition in 1982. Since then, she's won 6 Ironmans, and 67 marathons. And she's 80!
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The concept of healthy food choices is given lip service by the medical establishment, which does not really believe or promote diet or nutrition as a way of treating disease or remaining disease-free.

Cancer in particular is one disease that medical science asserts must only be addressed therapeutically through chemotherapy, radiation and surgery. Those same professionals whose knee-jerk reaction tends to immediately reject the concept of beneficial effects of nutrition on cancer, are likely have no training in this field.

Yet there are an abundance of studies in nutritional science that have been around for quite a long time which clearly indicate that nutrition has the ability to prevent and to cure many diseases, including cancer. The work of T. Colin Campbell, a nutritional biochemist who specializes in the effect of nutrition on long-term health, published in his books “The China Study” and “Whole: Rethinking the Science of Nutrition” is an excellent introduction to the available evidence.

There is also a plethora of anecdotal evidence supporting nutrition in the prevention and treatment of chronic disease such as cancer and many others. In this interview Dr. Ruth Heidrich, a vibrant 80 year-old cancer survivor will explain to you why she chose only nutrition to overcome her stage 4 breast cancer that had spread to her bones and lungs. She also explains how she became completely cancer-free as a result of her new nutritional approach, and has remained that way for decades.

I recommend everyone with an interest in cancer, or who has family of friends with cancer, to watch this interview. Obviously there may be no acceptable scientific analysis of the biochemistry of how Dr. Ruth Heidrich cured her own stage 4 breast cancer with nutrition. However it is an undeniable truth (and an inconvenient truth for the medical establishment) that is being seen across thousands of people today who have chosen nutrition to overcome their own cancer, instead of succumbing to the chemotherapy and radiation approach.

Please watch the interview with an open mind and bear in mind that here is a lady that against all odds decided on her own logical approach to healing her body. A logical approach that is available to all of us.

Here is the video link (56 minutes) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gbiVo4tJhiE

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Bowel Cancer in UK Men Increased 25%

Bowel Cancer in UK Men Increased 25% | Cancer - Advances, Knowledge, Integrative & Holistic Treatments | Scoop.it
Male bowel cancer rates have increased by more than a quarter in 35 years - but the figure is much less for women, a Cancer Research study suggests. (#Male #bowel #cancer on the increase, says Cancer Research.
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The results of a UK study highlighted an increase of bowel cancer in men of 25% over the past 35 years. In contrast, bowel cancer in women over the same period increased by only 6%.

 

Perhaps obesity, diets high in red and processed meat, low fiber diets, and lack of exercise could be the culprits.

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