Research published in the journal, Molecular Nutrition & Food Research, explains the potent mechanism exhibited by cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli and cauliflower to ameliorate developing cancer cells. The active photochemical known as sulforaphane targets prostate and other hormone dependent cancer lines and leaves normal healthy cells unaffected.Read More
Vitamin C is one of the most well known, cost effective and universally beneficial antioxidants that we know of today. This vitamin topically and internally encourages beautiful skin, helps boost the immune system, and aids in the prevention of several types of cancer.Read More
Natural cancer cure and preventions are gaining increasing attention, since according to the National Cancer Institute, at least 35% of cancer deaths are connected to diet. And while youve already heard that broccoli is one of the most powerful natural cancer-fighting super foods available, numerous studies have confirmed that broccoli sprouts offer even more intense benefits than the mature plant.Read More
The concept of energy balance that the number of calories consumed must be offset by the number burned is gaining traction among researchers as a way to reduce cancer rates.Read More
Many believe it is almost inevitable that a certain portion of the populace will get cancer, and they feel powerless to prevent it, thinking it is either genetic or simply due to fate. New evidence shows that lifestyle changes really do matter and can dramatically reduce the risk of developing cancer.Read More
Making good food choices is hands down the easiest and most effective way to sidestep cancer. In fact, its estimated that one third of all American cancer deaths may be diet-related. And that, or course, means that they are preventable!Read More
You probably think of the supplement glucosamine as a builder of cartilage that can help prevent arthritis or ease arthritis pain. New research shows the supplement can also help prevent lung cancer!
Researchers from the Cancer Prevention Unit at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle studied nearly 75,000 adults (aged 50 to 76) for 10 years. They found that those with a high use of glucosamine had a 23% lower risk of developing lung cancer.