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Category Archive for 'Cancer'

Couscous Salad Health Benefits, Recipe & Video

In 2001, an anticancer drug hailed ‘a miracle’ was approved by the Food and Drug Administration Department (FDA). This drug is called Gleevec. Gleevec seems to be able to arrest the formation of new blood vessels (angiogenesis) needed for cancer cell growth. Did you know that herbs and spices rich in fatty acids of the […]

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Stir-fried Japanese Mushrooms

The rate of stomach cancer is 50% lower among Japanese who consume large amounts of mushrooms. Researchers in Kyushu University have shown that colon cancer patients given mushrooms with chemotherapy live longer. This article shows how to prepare a delicious, healthy mushroom stir-fry.

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Vitamin D – the sunshine factor?

It is the time of the year to relax and get some sun and sand as summer approaches! In Australia, exposure to sunlight is our prime source of vitamin D. When sunlight falls on our skin, a cascade of complex chemical reactions take place on our skin to form vitamin D3 and D2. These vitamins […]

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Anti-cancer foods

Let’s have a look at a list of common foods that make up the anti-cancer diet.

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About cancer…

Did you know that all of us have cancer cells in our bodies but not all of us will develop cancer? In fact, cancer cells lie dormant in everyone as our bodies are making defective cells all the time. We now know our remarkable immune system is equipped with a number of mechanisms that can […]

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