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Which Dietary Factors Affect Breast Cancer Most?

Michael Greger MD | September 27, 2016 | Health

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One of my favorite cancer-specific charities, the American Institute for Cancer Research, lauds the China Study and the documentary Forks Over Knives, with which they share the same bottom-line message: The healthiest diets are those that revolve around whole......


What to Eat to Protect Against Kidney Cancer

Michael Greger MD | September 8, 2016 | Health

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58,000 Americans are diagnosed with kidney cancer every year, and 13,000 die. And the numbers have been going up. Approximately 4 percent of cases are hereditary, but what about the other 96 percent? The only accepted risk factor has......


Are Sprouted Lentils Healthier Than Canned Lentils?

Michael Greger MD | May 3, 2016 | Health

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Beans, chickpeas, split peas and lentils are packed with nutrients and play a role in the prevention of chronic disease, but most can't be eaten raw. Some can be sprouted, though. Boiling is the most common cooking method, which......


Why Deep Fried Foods May Cause Cancer

Michael Greger MD | July 21, 2015 | Health

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In the latest study on dietary patterns and breast cancer risk among women, healthier eating was associated with eliminating three-quarters of the odds of breast cancer, whereas less healthy eating was associated with up to nearly eight times the......


How Curry Can Kill Cancer Cells

Michael Greger MD | May 12, 2015 | Health

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It is estimated that the human body consists of ten or so trillion cells. Almost all of these cells get turned over within approximately 100 days. That means we're like a new person every three months. We reinvent ourselves......


Breast Cancer and Wine

Michael Greger MD | March 20, 2014 | Health

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                After diagnosis, women with breast cancer may cut their risk of dying nearly in half by just instituting simple, modest lifestyle changes—5 or more servings of fruits and veggies a day and......