Tag Archives: cancer

Discover how to LOWER your cancer risks by eating at the right time of day

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(NaturalHealth365) Are you aware that the majority of cancer medications produced between 2009 and 2014 came with a $100,000 annual price tag per patient?  And, to add insult to injury, many cancer patients are forced to pay out of pocket because of poor insurance coverage.  Meanwhile, none of these drugs effectively reduce cancer risks in any meaningful way. With some ... Read More »

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NEW study: Eating organic food lowers cancer risk

(NaturalHealth365) New research out of France has found that eating organic foods – free of toxic chemicals like glyphosate – is a key lifestyle choice that can help with avoiding a cancer diagnosis. While there may be a (slim) genetic component to cancer, lowering cancer risk is largely accomplished by making good lifestyle choices.  On top of diet: not smoking, ... Read More »

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Antioxidant NEWS: Quercetin and vitamin C taken together more effective against cancer and heart disease

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(NaturalHealth365) There’s no doubt about it: scientific studies on quercetin have generated an undeniable “buzz” among mainstream and natural healers alike – and the excitement centers around the natural compound’s healing properties.   A flavonoid found in fruits and vegetables, quercetin is being credited with potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties – as well as the ability to combat such life-threatening conditions ... Read More »

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Avoid liver problems and cancer by getting enough vitamin D into your body

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(NaturalHealth365) Liver problems are increasing by leaps and bounds in the United States, with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reporting that 3.5 million Americans now have hepatitis C.  In fact, an estimated 41,200 new cases were reported in 2016 alone. In addition, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) has become a pandemic, affecting between 20 and 30 ... Read More »

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Strength training lowers risk of cancer-related death by over 30 percent

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(NaturalHealth365) Integrative and conventionally-trained physicians alike have long advised regular exercise as a natural and effective way to ward off chronic disease conditions.  Unfortunately, the more popular notion that aerobic exercise is the ‘gold standard’ for disease prevention tends to make strength training an after thought. (but, today, I hope to change all of that!) A brand-new Australian study has ... Read More »

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Stunning cancer research: How modified citrus pectin blocks tumor growth

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(NaturalHealth365) Can modified citrus pectin affect the growth of cancer cells? And, if so (in a positive way), why isn’t this front page news?!  Let’s take a closer look. Prostate cancer is currently the most common non-skin cancer among men in the United States, with over 172,000 men diagnosed with the disease in the year 2014 alone. Although prostate cancer ... Read More »

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NEW Evidence: Cancer linked to a metabolic disorder, NOT a genetic disease

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(NaturalHealth365) The convention medical world views cancer as a ‘mystery’ – claiming it’s largely inherited through our genetics.  However, new research from a collaboration by 17 medical institutions has found that cancer occurs due to cells using energy in an ‘abnormal’ way.  This makes cancer a metabolic disorder. Of course, these findings challenge decades of drug-based, research.  But, the results ... Read More »

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Boswellia suppresses inflammation and fights cancer

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(NaturalHealth365) In 2018, the American Cancer Society estimates that various forms of cancer will claim 609,640 cancer deaths in the United States (alone) – that’s roughly 1,630 per day. The poor success rate of conventional chemotherapy and radiation treatments – along with their debilitating and dangerous side effects – have spurred researchers to focus on natural substances, like Boswellia, in ... Read More »

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Breaking NEWS: Monsanto ordered to pay $290 million to cancer patient for hiding dangers of weed killer

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(NaturalHealth365) Is this the beginning of the end for Monsanto?  Shareholders of the ‘most hated corporation in the world’ seem to think so – since the news (below) was just released! One of the flagship products of agricultural giant Monsanto, Roundup weed killer, is about to cost them in a major way. Plaintiff Dewayne Lee Johnson, a school groundskeeper, just ... Read More »

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11 nutritional supplements that can reduce cancer risk from alcohol consumption

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(Naturalhealth365) Although research has shown that small to moderate amounts of alcohol can offer some benefits to the heart, drinking is by no means an unmitigated blessing when it comes to your health. In fact, a European study has shown that drinking – even in amounts as modest as one to two drinks a day – increases the odds of ... Read More »

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Can a low carbohydrate diet change your genetics and reduce the risk of cancer?

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(NaturalHealth365) The low carbohydrate diet is all the rage these days for everything from losing weight and gaining more mental focus to lowering inflammation. But can eating a low carbohydrate diet change your genetics to prevent or in some cases even reverse illnesses like breast cancer? Several studies weigh in with their answers. Let’s take a closer look. Editor’s note: ... Read More »

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Strawberries contain a powerful flavonoid to REDUCE the risk of chronic inflammation and disease

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(NaturalHealth365) The dietary flavonoid fisetin found in abundance in strawberries is a potent force for staying healthy. It’s a shame this delicious fruit (and its properties) don’t get more positive press in the lamestream media. (hopefully, this story, will be shared ‘far and wide’) In recent research, scientists from the Salk Cellular Neurobiology Laboratory found the fisetin in strawberries dramatically ... Read More »

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