Diet

3 Reasons to Include Turmeric in Your Diet
Another study on the role of curcumin in cancer therapy found that, "Research over the last few decades has shown that curcumin is a potent anti-inflammatory agent with strong therapeutic potential against a variety of cancers. Curcumin has been shown ... [...]
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Ask the Diet Doctor: The Truth About Turmeric Juice
A: Turmeric, a plant native to South Asia, contains serious health-boosting benefits. Research has identified more than 300 bioactive antioxidant compounds in the spice, with curcumin being the most studied and most famous. And while curcumin certainly ... [...]
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A Paleolithic-type diet may help reduce future risk of diabetes and …
... Department of Public Health and Clinical Medicine at Umeå University in Umeå, Sweden. "A Paleolithic-type diet, high in polyunsaturated fatty acids, may have long-term beneficial effects on obesity-related disorders, including reduced risk for ... [...]
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13 Ways Diet and Lifestyle Can Help You Live a Longer Life
Several studies show that nuts have beneficial effects on heart disease, high blood pressure, inflammation, diabetes, metabolic syndrome, belly fat levels and even some forms of cancer (9, 10, 11, 12). When it comes to old age, a recent study ... [...]
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Mediterranean Diet and Reduced Breast Cancer Risk
Between 2002 and 2003 breast cancer rates decreased by 7%, most likely due to the decrease in use of hormone therapy in the form of estrogen and progestins (synthetic progesterone). “Hormone ... Very recent research shows that women can actually reduce ... [...]
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Omega-3 Rich Diet Seen to Have 'Potent' Effects in Treating a Mouse Model of …
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) may be effectively treated with the lipid mediator resolvin D1, a metabolite of omega-3 fatty acids, according to a study that found a pronounced easing of the disease in mice after treatment. The study, “Proresolving and ... [...]
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Low-fat diet reduces risk of breast cancer and subsequent death
A low-fat diet buffered women against falling into the camp of those who received a breast cancer diagnosis and also died, reducing their risk by 35 percent. “It's the first time in this dietary modification trial that we see a clear benefit. It's ... [...]
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Attention, ladies! Low-fat diet can cut breast cancer risk
NEW YORK: A diet containing low-fat food items is likely to aid women in their postmenopausal phase to keep away from breast cancer as well as lower the mortality risk rates associated with the deadly disease, finds a study. .... An experimental once ... [...]
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Low Fat Diet Helps Postmenopausal Women Avoid Deadly Breast Cancers
An association between dietary fat intake and breast cancer outcomes was suggested nearly a half-century ago but observational findings have been inconclusive. In order to determine the effects of a low fat dietary pattern on breast cancer, Rowan ... [...]
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Low fat diet helps senior women avoid deadly breast cancers
April 15, 2016 - Older women who stayed on a low fat diet for approximately eight years reduced their risk of death from invasive breast cancers and improved their survival rates when compared with women who had not followed the dietary regimen, ... [...]
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Prostate cancer could be curbed through reddish vegetarian diet
The diet could even have an ability to cure the cancer. Some research projects have indicated that vegetarian diet could offer protection against prostate cancer. Basically, fruits and vegetables which are red in color contain lycopene, a reddish ... [...]
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In the news, online: Asthma, diet, breast cancer,
Scientists looking at the relationship between early breast cancer tumours and more advanced forms of the disease have discovered a potential way to separate patients according to their risk and offer tailored treatment as a result. The most common ... [...]
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Dudes, a Vegan Diet Could Lower Your Risk of Prostate Cancer by 35%
"This new research makes a significant step in linking a vegan diet to reduced prostate cancer risk," said lead author Gary Fraser, a Loma Linda University professor, according to the Press Association. "What we now need is more research into this area ... [...]
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There Is No Cancer Prevention Diet, But These Foods Could Help
And a 2013 study involving 4,577 prostate cancer patients found that those who changed their diet to include more good fats — the type found in foods such as vegetables, nuts and olive oil — had a better survival rate than those whose diets remained ... [...]
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Vegan Blogger Who Lost 4 Stone Through Carb-Heavy Diet Pledges To Go On A …
"You'll also miss out on fruit and vegetables if only eating potatoes, which are so important and can reduce our risk of certain cancers and heart disease." As Travers says: "A healthy balanced diet is so called because it is healthy and balanced. If ... [...]
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Vegan Diet May Slash Prostate Cancer Risk By 35 Percent
In a separate study published in the British Medical Journal, researchers found an association between prostate cancer radiotherapy treatment and the increased risk for the development of secondary malignancies of the rectum, bladder and colorectal tract. [...]
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