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.
In this video, Dr. Greger shows the evidence that broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables should be an important part of the diet after a breast cancer diagnosis.
See this informative post from the Food Revolution Network on the benefits of blending versus juicing, and enjoy the many scrumptious-looking recipes.
Download the eBook “Plant-based Meats and Milks: Just How Healthy Are They? Plant-based meats—burgers, chicken, hot dogs, bacon, sausage, and steaks—and dairy—milks, butter, cheese, yogurt, creamer, and even ice cream–have been popping up all over our grocery stores.
Many consumers falsely assume that plant-based products are healthier than animal-based alternatives. In this webinar, Registered Dietitian and Nutritionist Crystal Cascio will discuss what to look out for when it comes to plant-based products, in addition to reviewing well-known brands.
SACRAMENTO – A state report released today finds that consumption of synthetic food dyes can result in hyperactivity and other neurobehavioral problems in some children, and that children vary in their sensitivity to synthetic food dyes.
This article, which appeared in Cure, features the Anticancer Lifestyle Program’s board member, Dr. Lorenzo Cohen, Director of Integrative Medicine at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. When diagnosed with melanoma, Dr.
Is it OK to eat canned fruits and veggies? What is the role of a plant-based diet in cancer prevention? If you can’t buy organic fruits and veggies, should you still eat them? Are there specific foods that are anticancer? What role does sugar play in inflammation? How much chicken and fish should …
Download The Anti-Inflammatory Diet eBook to learn about foods that influence inflammation in the body and the role of inflammation in chronic illness. In this eBook, Anticancer Lifestyle nutrition expert Crystal Cascio will discuss specific foods that influence inflammation in the body.
Researchers found that short-term consumption of diets composed entirely of animal or plant products alters microbial community structure.
A large study conducted for almost 10 years finds that eating even small amounts of processed meat, like sausages, can significantly increase the risk of heart disease and death. Experts say the high salt, preservative, and fat content of these foods might be why.
A study found that breast cancer patients who drink sugar-sweetened beverages regularly are at increased risk for death from any cause and breast cancer in particular.
Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) ranks the safety of food additives Registered Dietician Traci Komorek discusses alliums and crucifers, two vegetable families that are Anticancer powerhouses Whole Grains, A to Z Chart showing the difference between organic, non-GMO, natural, and conv…
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Cancer survivor Steve Mosher Talks About the Anticancer Fitness.