3 Articles of Hope and Progress In The Fight Against Cancer

  Sugar – Cancer’s Fuel Dr. Otto Wartburg and other health experts have been talking about how cancer loves sugar since the 1920s, but surprisingly many doctors don’t tell their cancer patients that as long as they continue to eat processed foods full of the stuff, they will likely have a more difficult time fighting this disease. The German physiologist, leading biochemist, medical doctor, and … Continue reading 3 Articles of Hope and Progress In The Fight Against Cancer

5 Superfoods You Aren’t Eating But Should

1. Moringa (I use in my morning shake everyday) What has more protein than yogurt, more calcium than milk, more B vitamins than peanuts, more potassium than bananas, and more vitamin A than carrots? Moringa. People in Africa and Asia have long known the health properties of moringa, a tree whose seed pods taste like a sweeter version of green beans and whose leaves have … Continue reading 5 Superfoods You Aren’t Eating But Should

Seriously, An Apple A Day Is Awesome At Anti-Aging

Apples Anti-aging Apples Anti-aging. This fruit is low in calories (about 80 calories each), rich in fiber including cellulose, hemicellulose, pectin and lignin (the latter is in the peel). It has numerous health benefits especially for those past middle age. Apples Anti-aging effects Quercetin found in apples is an important plant pigment flavonoids that serves as a building block for other members of the flavonoid … Continue reading Seriously, An Apple A Day Is Awesome At Anti-Aging

Exercise Tied to Lower Risk for 13 Types of Cancer – The New York Times

PHYS ED Exercise Tied to Lower Risk for 13 Types of Cancer By GRETCHEN REYNOLDS MAY 18, 2016 5:31 AMMay 18, 2016 5:31 am 66 PHYS ED Anyone who still needs motivation to move more may find it in a new study showing that, in addition to its other health benefits, exercise appears to substantially reduce the risk of developing 13 different varieties of cancer. … Continue reading Exercise Tied to Lower Risk for 13 Types of Cancer – The New York Times