Anticancer Diet Articles & Research

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Vitamin D supplementation may result in fewer cancer deaths

A team from Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston recently published a secondary research analysis indicating that vitamin D supplementation was associated with an overall 17% risk reduction fo…

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Alarming Rise in Colon Cancer Rates Among Young People

Colon cancer rate has doubled in under-50 age group since 1995, concerning trend toward more advanced disease Diagnosis of colorectal cancer (CRC) in younger people has almost doubled since 1995, a st…

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Ultra-processed foods lead to higher cancer risk

As reported in US News: Fizzy sodas, microwaveable meals and packaged cookies are convenient for people on the go, but these folks might not go as far as they’d like if that’s all they eat.

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Synthetic Pesticides Significantly More Dangerous Than Natural Ones

Of the 256 mostly synthetic pesticide active substances allowed only in conventional agriculture, 55% carry health or environmental hazard warnings; for the 134 natural active substances that are als…

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If trends hold, half the world’s population will be overweight or obese by 2035

The World Obesity Atlas 2023, published by World Obesity Federation, predicts that the global economic impact of overweight and obesity will reach $4.

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The Problem With Diets

Printed in the Washington Post, January 23, 2023, by Tamar Haspel: January is peak diet season, and if it has you reaching for the latest weight-loss regimen, you’re not alone.

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