Scientists have confirmed that compounds called flavanols – found in some healthy foods – can significantly help prevent colorectal cancers, and even help block the expansion of existing cancer cells.
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Research from around the world is confirming that legumes, which include beans, peas, and lentils, help prevent cancer. Specific cancer research has shown that beans inhibit breast, throat, liver, colorectal and skin cancers.
The research arm of the World Health Association – made up of 22 researchers from 10 countries – has classified processed meat and red meat as carcinogenic to humans. The research analyzed over 800 large human population studies. Find out what types and why meat is carcinogenic.
Legumes have a number of nutrients and are considered healthy foods by scientists. Research now finds that legumes specifically reduce the incidence of colorectal cancer along with other cancers. Learn more about legumes.
New research is confounding the assumption that vitamin D supplementation will prevent diseases associated with vitamin D deficiencies. Is it true? The realities of vitamin D are explained.
Multiple studies and large scale reviews of studies proves with hundreds of thousands of cancer patients that Chinese herbal medicine offers significant treatment for many cancers. Why isn’t western medicine embracing Traditional Chinese Medicine for cancer treatment?
An herbal medicine called Hedyotis is proving to be effective in killing human leukemia, cervical cancer, breast cancer, liver cancer and others.
In more evidence that messing with nature can have negative health consequences, a new study has confirmed that synthetic folic acid supplementation may increase the risk of colorectal cancer.
Swedish researchers have found that eating red meat significantly increases a man’s risk of pancreatic cancer, and eating processed meats increases both men’s and women’s risk of contracting pancreatic cancer – considered one of the deadliest cancers. The research, from Sweden’s National Institute...
Studies show that alcohol is associated with a greater risk of cancer. How much drinking is linked to cancer? Find out.
Research finds that aspirin helps prevent cancer. Why? Turns out the primary constituent in aspirin is similar to one in an anticancer herb.
Turmeric helps prevent cancer, and blocks the growth of cancers that are developing. This is the conclusion of hundreds of studies.