There is bountiful research that links fruit and veggies with numerous benefits, including a reduced risk of heart disease, better vision, and now, breast cancer prevention.
There are numerous studies available that showcase the effects broccoli can have on cancer cells and tumors. The same can be said for the compound lycopene found in tomatoes. But as effective as the compounds are by themselves, one study has actually found that when used together, they become a virtual anti-cancer superpower.
Sparked by 70,000 different chemicals, foreign hormones called xenoestrogens are interfering with the natural estrogen in your body, causing numerous health complications.
Are you suffering from a Candida overgrowth? Candida albicans could be responsible for your health woes. Here are a few prevention tips and solutions.
Rice bran oil supports cancer prevention, lowers blood pressure and improves cardiovascular health, just to name a few of its innumerable benefits. For more wonderful rice bran oil benefits, read on:
Researchers with Newcastle University’s School of Agriculture, Food, and Rural Development found that rats who ate feed with falcarinol equal to the amount in carrots were one-third less likely to develop “full scale tumors” than those who didn’t have facarinol. These were rats who already had pre-cancerous tumors.
There is an electrical device that mimics and amplifies the immune system; it is capable of killing off all pathogenic bacteria, viruses, and parasites. That was the original intent of its designers, to kill off viruses such as hepatitis and HIV. Though the HIV viral source of AIDS is disputable, there are many other pathogens that can be destroyed by this device.
A recent study from the University of Guelph is said to be the first of its kind to provide “unequivocal” evidence that Omega-3 fatty acids can actually prevent cancer, specifically breast cancer. The study found that a lifelong diet rich in omega 3′s can actually inhibit breast cancer tumor growth by a whopping 30%.
For years, the sugar industry has had to fight negative publicity – and for good reason. Sugar and all its sweet goodness has been blamed for childhood hyperactivity, cavities, diabetes, obesity, and cancer, among other things. But fought back the industry did, and they were largely successful.