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Eating one sausage a day raises cancer risk by 20 per cent
Thought of juicy sausages water your mouth? Are you thinking of having them for tonight's dinner? Well, think again.Cancer Fighting Foods A to T
Newest research shows that eating just one sausage a day increases cancer risk by a whopping 20%. And that doesn't necessarily count in all the other processed meats and foods that you consumed throughout the day. ...
How often do you hear someone that you know has been diagnosed as cancer?9 Nutrition Tips To Disease-Proof Your Diet: The Cancer Project
They are not alone. Cancer is now the second cause of mortality in the U.S., only second to heart diseases. Over 1.4 million Americans were diagnosed with cancer just this year, in 2008, (2008 is not even close to over yet!) according to American Cancer Society. ...
Just got back from WorldFest in Los Angeles, California, and I'm excited to share with you some very useful nutrition tips from Kate Oakland, a certified nutritionist. Also a Cooking and Nutrition Instructor for The Cancer Project, Kate has told the following tips to disease-proof your diet, preventing and reversing deadly diseases such as cancer, heart diseases, diabetes, etc. Here are some tips from her with my own words....Cancer Survivor Credits Vegan Habits
Forty-eight-year-old Mary Bukowiec is a breast cancer "survivor" in the true sense of the word, according to the Morning Sun. Here is the incredible story from a retired financial analyst:
A striking study reveals that a change of lifestyle can help fight cancer, triggering changes in the expression of hundreds of genes. Isn't that fascinating?The China Study - A Must Read Book on Nutrition & Cancer and Other Diseases
Here is the news story about the study conducted in University of California, San Francisco:...
Do you know a person who is suffering from a heart disease, cancer, or osteoporosis? How about diabetes, Alzheimer's disease, or cataract?
Vegetarian Report reports the news that red meat consumption doubles risk of colon cancer. Really, is it time to go vegetarian yet? Here's a take of a knowledgeable nutritionist.
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Red meat is again linked with cancer and heart diseases, according to TIME. Following is the news from Yahoo! news....