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Will a Mediterranean Diet Save Your Brain?

Will a Mediterranean Diet Save Your Brain?

If you believed the Mediterranean and beyond Diet strategy was merely a nutritional fad, let’s guess again. This particular diet plan imitates the nutritional lifestyle of those who are living along the Mediterranean and beyond coast, and it's not going anywhere else. Indeed, its emphasis merely on fresh fruits and veggies, vegetables, beans, fishes, and also monounsaturated fat just like olive oil; and even its limited addition of various meats, dairy, and also saturated fat, surely make it one of the best diets throughout the world. Adhering a Mediterranean and beyond Diet strategy has meanwhile been technically trusted: Protect as opposed to diabetes Prevent cardiovascular illness and stroke Struggle with Cancer Lessen asthma symptoms Aid you to lose weight Increase your longevity Right Now the greatest news happens...

13 Cancer Causing Foods You're Probably Eating Every Day!

13 Cancer Causing Foods You’re Probably Eating Every Day!

It’s probably not something you think about every day, but the foods you are eating might cause cancer! Yes, you read that right! Cancer is one of those diseases that loom over a good majority of the population. Avoiding these 13 foods altogether, or even limiting your intake of them, can help reduce your chances of contracting cancer. 1. Foods That Are Highly Salted, Pickled, Or Smoked Meats such as bacon, sausage, bologna, and salami are high in fat and salt. Pickled foods are very high in salts. Eating these types of foods greatly increases the risk of colorectal cancer and higher rates of stomach cancer. 2. Diet Anything Diet foods, including frozen foods, or prepackaged foods labeled as “diet” or “low-fat”, including diet sodas, generally contain aspartame, which is a chemical,...

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Top 10 Chemicals That May Cause Breast Cancer (& Chemicals To Avoid)

You may be surprised to know that the food you eat and the garden you love to walk in could lead to Breast Cancer. Modern scientific evidence has linked some toxic chemicals to the Breast Cancer. Some of these toxic chemicals are commonly used in Food Packaging, Food Containers, and Water supplies, whereas others are well-known pesticides. To avoid the Breast cancer risk and have a healthy life ahead we should avoid these toxic chemicals. Some of them are mentioned here: CHEMICALS TO BE AVOIDED Bisphenol A (BPA) It is present in reusable plastic containers and the linings of food and beverage cans. Evidence shows that BPA is associated with breast and other cancers and many other diseases including obesity, heart disease and reproductive problems, etc. The percentage of BPA in...


Powerful Antioxidant Breakfast Smoothie For A Cancer Diet

by Breast Cancer Authority Staff According to this study, by far the most comprehensive of its kind in history, there are only three whole foods on the planet that have more antioxidant power than cloves. One of them is amla—dried Indian gooseberries. Now, not only is it more powerful, but, also more palatable. You could add a whole teaspoon of amla to a smoothie, and probably wouldn’t even taste it. Try doing that with a teaspoon of powdered cloves. One sip; you’d be on the floor! Let’s look at the antioxidant content of some typical American breakfast foods: bacon [7] and eggs [+8], for example. A bowl of corn flakes [25] with milk [+9]. Egg McMuffin [16]. Pancakes [16] with maple syrup [+9]. Bagel [24] with cream...


Proper Nutrition Reduces Risk Of Cancer

Poor nutrition offers a favorable environment for cancer to grow and develop. Consume whole foods - fruits, vegetables, soy, beans, etc. Ensure organic produce to avoid intake of pesticides and dangerous food additives. Cut back on refined and processed foods. Hydrate adequately and indulge in regular physical activity. Nutrition plays a very important role not only in the prevention of cancer but also in its treatment. Scientific evidence shows that nutrition and physical activity are the two most important aspects that can be modified to alter the course of cancer, prevent its occurrence, and stop its progression. Remember, you are what you eat. Poor nutrition provides a favorable environment for cancer to grow and develop. By changing the environment—changing the diet—cancer can and will weaken and shrivel. Proper...


Ways to Manage Hair Loss During Chemotherapy

If you are undergoing chemotherapy as part of your lung cancer treatment, it's possible that you'll lose your hair. Here's how to handle this very visible side effect. By Krisha McCoy If chemotherapy (drug therapy) is part of your lung cancer treatment, you may lose your hair — not just on your scalp but all over your body. Some people decide to take control of the situation by shaving their head before their hair falls out, while others let it happen on its own. Either way, hair loss can be distressing. Some simple steps can help you minimize the loss and manage the emotional toll. Why Hair Loss Happens Along with surgery and radiation treatments, people with lung cancer sometimes receive chemotherapy to shrink a tumor or reduce the chances...

8 Simple Ways To Significantly Lower Your Chances Of Ever Getting Cancer

[caption id="attachment_26045" align="alignnone" width="770"] Side view of a happy woman relaxed in a swimming pool enjoying vacations with a green and blue background[/caption] By NICOLE FREHSEE When it comes to preventing cancer, your best defense may be common sense: Up to 40% of cancers are caused by "lifestyle behaviors" like smoking, eating too much, and not exercising, according to a 2011 study in The British Journal of Cancer. "Most lung cancers are related to smoking. Skin cancers are related to sun exposure ans a marjority of cervical cancers are related to HPV," says Gregory Masters, MD, an attending physician at the Helen F. Graham Cancer Center in Newark, DE. "Genetics, on the other hand, are related to a fairly small number of cancers, maybe 10 to 15%." As...