A study in the journal Gut found that higher consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages in adulthood and adolescence was associated with a higher risk of early onset colorectal cancer among women.
In a study by Irwin et al, published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, researchers found that women who did the equivalent of at least two to three hours of brisk walking each week in the year before they were diagnosed with breast cancer were 31% less likely to die of the disease than women who …
Written by a naturopathic physician and a medical journalist, The Definitive Guide to Cancer: An Integrative Approach to Prevention, Treatment, and Healing presents an overview of what cancer is, its causes and preventative strategies, an in-depth approach to integrative treatment options, descripti…
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.
Dana Farber Cancer Institute put together this fact sheet indicating that exercise can lower the risk of recurrence of different cancers. Most of the studies have been done on breast cancer and colon cancer.
See this informative post from the Food Revolution Network on the benefits of blending versus juicing, and enjoy the many scrumptious-looking recipes.
Some common garden fertilizers sold by major retailers have concerning levels of PFAS compounds, so-called “forever chemicals” that last in the environment for decades and potentially harm health, a new study has found.
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.
Overall mortality rates for cancer continue to decline in the U.S., but since 2011 that decline has slowed for obesity-associated cancers, likely due to the obesity epidemic, researchers reported in Jama Open Network.
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.
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