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Red Dye No. 3 and Thyroid Cancer

Michael Greger MD | April 30, 2015 | Health

Read More: ADHD, artificial colors, cancer, chemotherapy, children, DNA damage, FDA, food additives, food dyes, industry influence, liver cancer, liver disease, liver health, maraschino cherry, mortality, processed foods, red dye #3, thyroid cancer, thyroid disease, thyroid health

Fifteen million pounds of food dyes are sold every year in the U.S. Why? Foods "are artificially colored to make unattractive mixtures of basic ingredients and food additives acceptable to consumers." Food colorings are added to countless processed food......


Handling Poultry Tied to Liver/Pancreatic Cancers

Michael Greger MD | July 1, 2014 | Health

Read More: alcohol, American Academy of Pediatrics, beverages, cancer, cancer survival, cancer viruses, CDC, chicken, children, EPA, industry influence, liver cancer, liver disease, liver health, lung cancer, lung disease, lung health, mesothelioma, mold, mortality, pancreas health, pancreatic cancer, penis cancer, penis health, poultry, poultry viruses, poultry workers, salami, salami brusher's disease, smoking, tobacco, turkey, virus, wart viruses, warts

Thousands of Americans continue to die from asbestos exposure decades after many uses were banned since the cancers can take years to show up. We are now in the so-called "third wave" of asbestos-related disease. The first wave was......


Breast Cancer and Wine

Michael Greger MD | March 20, 2014 | Health

Read More: alcohol, animal products, aromatase, breast cancer, breast cancer survival, breast feeding, breast health, cancer, colon cancer, dairy, endometrial cancer, EPIC Study, esophageal cancer, estrogen, fruit, fruit juice, grapes, Harvard Nurses' Health Study, kidney cancer, liver cancer, meat, mushrooms, oral cancer, plant-based diets, red wine, smoking, standard American diet, strawberries, United Kingdom, vegans, vegetables, vegetarians, weight loss, white wine, wine

                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......


Anti-Cancer Nutrient Synergy in Cranberries

Michael Greger MD | December 12, 2013 | Health

Read More: active ingredients, anthocyanin phytonutrients, antioxidants, blood sugar, brain cancer, breast cancer, cancer, cancer cell proliferation, cancer cells, cheap, colon cancer, cost-effective, cranberries, cranberry cocktail, cranberry juice, cranberry sauce, dried cranberries, fruit, high fructose corn syrup, liver cancer, nutrient absorption, oral cancer, ovarian cancer, phytochemicals, phytonutrients, pro-oxidants, prostate cancer, whole foods

                In research I profiled in my video Which Fruit Fights Cancer Better?, cranberries were found to suppress the growth of human liver cancer cells in vitro. Other studies have found similar effects......


Coffee Caveats

Michael Greger MD | May 10, 2012 | Health

Read More: apples, bananas, berries, bladder, breast cancer, caffeine, cancer, cholesterol, chronic disease, coffee, colorectal cancer, green tea, heartburn, high blood pressure, insomnia, liver cancer, prostate cancer

Last month in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, an editorial entitled "Coffee consumption and risk of chronic diseases: changing our views" reviewed the growing evidence that for most people, the benefits of drinking coffee likely outweigh the risks.......