Posts Tagged "prevent cancer"

Preventing Cancer: 11 Tips to Live By

Posted on Nov 3, 2011 in Cancer

A healthy lifestyle is the BEST way to avoid becoming a cancer statistic.   Would you believe you can eliminate your risk of cancer and chronic diseases, and significantly improve your chances of recovering from cancer just by following these 11 Tips to Live By: Drastically reduce or cut out your sugar consumption. Normalizing your insulin levels is one of the most powerful actions you can take to lower your risk of cancer. Cutting sugars and grains out is a MUST. Eliminating fructose is one of the MOST important sugars to cut out. If you have cancer, reduce to below 10 grams of sugar per...

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Cellphone Cancer Warning Falls Lightly on US Ears

Posted on Jun 29, 2011 in Announcements, Health & Wellness, Health Optimization

News last week that an arm of the World Health Organization said cellphones might raise the risk of brain cancer has been greeted by Americans mostly with a shrug of the shoulder — one that’s pinning a cellphone to the ear. Google searches for “cancer” and “cellphones” spiked this week. And some people vowed to get headsets to shield themselves from radiation. But most seemed to either dismiss the warning as too vague, or reason that if the most useful device in modern life poses a slight health risk, then so be it. “I was watching the news about it, and I...

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Diet and Selenium can help Prevent Colon Cancer

Posted on Jun 27, 2008 in Cancer, Chronic Disease

From HealthNews.com For preventing colon cancer (and many other cancers as well), a healthy diet is important. The foods you eat which contribute to colon cancer are excess fat (which can contain cancer-producing chemicals), as well as insufficient fiber. … I also recommend selenium 200 mcg daily (the usual size of a selenium pill). Although large studies are still underway to determine how effective selenium truly is, the balance of evidence in my evaluation suggests that selenium is helpful. How to Prevent Colon Cancer (and Never Need a Colostomy) In a previous column, we talked...

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