This Diet Toolkit is meant to support the information and guidance you receive in the Diet Module of the Anticancer Lifestyle Program. The resources on this page will give you tools you can use to make informed (and delicious!) food choices.
Chemical pollution in the environment is supersizing the global obesity epidemic, according to a major scientific review. The idea that the toxins called “obesogens” can affect how the body controls weight is not yet part of mainstream medicine.
How bad is sugar, really? What is your opinion on fasting? Are there optimal times we should be eating our meals? Can you address foods that work synergistically together? How can I get enough protein on a plant-based diet? How bad is dairy? Are non-dairy substitutes, like almond, oat, or coconut mi…
Download the eBook “The Power of Herbs and Spices: Cooking Your Way to Better Health” to learn about the powerful medicinal benefits and nutritional value of herbs and spices.
Vegetarians have a 14% lower chance of developing cancer than carnivores, according to a large study that links meat-eating to a heightened risk of the disease. A team of researchers from Oxford University analysed data on more than 470,000 Britons and found that pescatarians had a 10% reduced risk.
Researchers found that people who regularly consume olive oil lower their risk of early death from cardiovascular disease, cancer and neurodegenerative disease, compared with those who don’t.
A study published in the journal Nature uncovers how palmitic acid alters the cancer genome, increasing the likelihood the cancer will spread. Although an animal study, with the ubiquitous use of palm oil in most processed and fast foods, these findings are concerning.
Download the eBook, Food Pairing: Combining Foods To Improve Your Health, to learn about the food combinations that work best for your body.
Is the “white” of eggs nutritional and safe to eat? Should we avoid gluten? Do I need to cut out sugary foods entirely to maintain a healthy diet? Does soy increase cancer risk? How much fish and/or chicken should we be eating per week? What herbs and spices have potent anticancer effects? Are t…
A study published in Cell Metabolism found that low protein intake was associated with a major reduction in IGF-1, cancer, and overall mortality in those 65 and younger. Conversely, high protein intake is linked with increased cancer, diabetes, and overall mortality.
A study published in the journal of the American Association for Cancer Research found that dietary flaxseed altered tumor biological markers and showed the potential to reduce growth of tumors in breast cancer patients.
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