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Proven Strategies to Defeat Inflammation

Persistent inflammation fuels most chronic disease and is a major player in the complications of viral illness such as the coronavirus. If you have a chronic disease–arthritis, diabetes, hypertension, atherosclerosis, diabetes, obesity, or chronic major depression, these science-validated suggestions will help you defeat inflammation and improve!

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Cancer: Does a Vegetarian Diet Help?

If you had a magic pill that would reduce your risk for cancer between 30% or more, the threat from dying from heart disease by 32%, reduce your risk for type 2 diabetes by 47-78 %, and taste good—wouldn’t you take it? In this article we will show how a vegetarian diet can improve the quality of your life by reducing your cancer risks and help your prognosis if you have cancer. After all, 38% of Americans will develop cancer sometime during their lives.

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Cancer Protection: Are Your Natural Killer Cells on Active Duty?

Cancer cells are smart and are adept at hiding from the immune system. So, how does the body fight cancer? There are cancer-destroying immune cells. Virus zapping cells. Yes, we want these white blood cells known as natural killer cells to be effective in their work of protecting us from cancer. Our lifestyle habits either improve or decrease their effectiveness.

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Cancer-Fighting Weapon: Is It in Your Arsenal?

Nearly 40% of Americans (38.5% to be precise) will be diagnosed with cancer of any site at some point during their lifetime, based on 2012-2014 data. Would you like to reduce your risk for cancer-related death by 31%? Engage regularly in aerobic and strength building exercise. Evidence, please! A study of 80,000 people found that people who did strength-based exercise had a 23 percent reduction in the risk of premature death by any means, and a 31 percent reduction in cancer-related death.((Emmanuel Stamatakis.

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Nutritional Oncology

  • In spite of the following facts:

In the U.S.A.

  • The cruelty of cancer touches about one in three people.
  • One out of eight women develop cancer of the breast.
  • One in 6 men who are older than 70 years, gets cancer of the prostate.
  • Cancer is the number 2 cause of death.
  • It is the most feared of all diseases.

There is more than hope—there is help, now!

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Five Strategies to Slow Down Immune Aging

Want to skip the flu and colds this year? You can, if you boost your specific immunity! Specific immunity provides protection from a particular threat by activating lymphocytes and antibodies.  In specific immunity, immune responses are tailor-made to maximally eliminate disease-causing organisms called pathogens. Specific immunity also includes the development of immunological memory, in which each pathogen encountered by the immune system is remembered.

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Cancer Prevention Strategies: DNA Repair

Approximately one in three Americans will develop cancer sometime during their lives. In this article we outline a lifestyle program which reduces the risk for cancer through DNA repair.

Cancer originates in genes which are encoded in DNA. Genes tell a cell what to do, when to divide, and even when to die! The start of cancer begins with the sabotage of DNA. Because of faulty genes and other factors, cancer cells react more aggressively than normal to growth factors.

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Nutrition for a Healthy Prostate

Good, wholesome nutrition affords serious protection from prostate cancer. Prostate cancer is the most common non-skin cancer of men. The number of younger men diagnosed with prostate cancer has increased nearly 6-fold in the last 20 years and the disease is more likely to be aggressive in these younger men. A boy being born today has an almost 1 in 7 chance of developing prostate cancer at some point in his life.

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Would an Apple a Day Keep the Oncologist Away?

A systematic review and a met-analysis of 41 studies state that the consumption of apples is associated with a reduced risk of cancer in different anatomical sites. Comparing the highest with the lowest level of apple consumption, apples really made a big difference in the reduction of lung cancer risk. This association was statistically, highly significant in both case-control and cohort studies. Frequent apple consumption in many (but not all) studies seemed to be linked to less cancer of the digestive tract. Higher apple intake has been linked with lower risk for cancer mortality in elderly women.

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Serious about Preventing Prostate Cancer?

Good, wholesome nutrition affords serious protection from prostate cancer. Here’s the evidence. Prostate cancer is the most common non-skin cancer of men. The number of younger men diagnosed with prostate cancer has increased nearly 6-fold in the last 20 years. The disease is more likely to be aggressive in younger men. A boy being born today has an almost 1 in 7 chance of developing prostate cancer at some point in his life. Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of death in elderly men. How can you or the man in your life reduce his risk? Women often have a part to play.

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