Low-Fat Diet Lowers Risk Of Breast Cancer Death, Study Finds

STATE’S MEDICAL CANNIBIS PROGRAM AND WIPING CLEAN SOME CRIMINAL RECORDS. FOOD TO FIGHT BREAST CANCER ON THE HEALTH WATCH NEW RESEARCH SHOWS CHANGES IN DIET CAN LOWER A WOMAN’S RISK EVERY GETTING BREAST CANCER AND DYING FROM THE DISEASE. AND HEALTH REPORTER TESTIFY ANY TALL HERE WITH DETAILS ON THE STUDY THAT WAS WHAT JUST […]

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Does a Low Fat Diet Reduce Cancer Risk?

Does a Low Fat Diet Reduce Cancer Risk?

Brian D. Lawenda, M.D.: Does a low fat diet reduce cancer risk. Is a question that that I get asked all the time and this is something that we used to believe that the less fat you had in your diet, the lower your risk of a variety of different types of cancers, but as […]

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The Answer to the Pritikin Puzzle

The Answer to the Pritikin Puzzle

“The Answer to the Pritikin Puzzle” Remember the Pritikin experiments? You put people on a plant-based diet and exercise, and in as little as 12 days, you can turn their bloodstream into a cancer cell fighting machine. Here’s the before picture. A layer of breast cancer cells is laid down in a petri dish, and […]

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Tell Your Doctor If You Eat Grapefruit

Tell Your Doctor If You Eat Grapefruit

“Tell Your Doctor If You Eat Grapefruit” If you have people eat half a grapefruit 3 times a day before each meal for a couple months, they may lose about 2 pounds, but that’s no more than if they ate 3 apples or pears a day. In this study the grapefruit eaters not only saw […]

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Ruth Patterson, Ph.D. on Time-Restricted Eating in Humans & Breast Cancer Prevention

Ruth Patterson, Ph.D. on Time-Restricted Eating in Humans & Breast Cancer Prevention

[Rhonda]: Hello, my friends. Today my guest is Dr. Ruth Patterson, who’s a professor at the UCSD Department of Family Medicine and Public Health and leader of the Cancer Prevention program at Moores Cancer Center, UCSD. Thank you, Ruth, for being here. I am very interested in some of the research that you are have […]

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The Okinawa Diet: Living to 100

The Okinawa Diet: Living to 100

“The Okinawa Diet: Living to 100” The dietary guidelines recommend that we try to choose meals or snacks that are high in nutrients but lower in calories to reduce the risk of chronic disease. By this measure, the healthiest foods on the planet, the most nutrient dense, are vegetables, containing the most nutrient bang for […]

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Convergence of Evidence

Convergence of Evidence

“Convergence of Evidence” Dr. Ornish published an editorial in the American Journal of Cardiology last year that I think really sums up where we are, describing a growing convergence of scientific evidence that an optimal diet is mostly plant-based. Make sure it has nuts, soy, and fiber, and you can drop your bad cholesterol as […]

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