A Proven Cancer Fighting Strategy: Stop Inflammation

Five Ways to Reduce Inflammation Naturally and Prevent this Known Cause of Cancer. The relationship between cancer and inflammation is well established. There is a strong association between chronic, ongoing inflammation in the body and the occurrence of cancer. It is most obviously demonstrated with the increased chance (five to seven times higher than the general population) for people with chronic inflammatory diseases.

Cancer Causing Cosmetics: Poisons in Your Bathroom

Chemicals found in cosmetics and personal care products are currently unregulated. Ingredients such as pthalates, coal tar, talc and parabens have been linked to increased risk of cancer. Many have been banned in Europe but not in the United States. Two excellent sources of information about toxic chemicals in our cosmetics are FemmeToxic (see their list of the “ToxicTwenty”, the most dangerous

Foods that Stop Cancer Growth

foods that stop cancer growth

Fight Cancer In Your Kitchen! In order for microscopic cancer cells to grow into a tumor mass and spread though the body, a blood supply is required. The creation of new blood vessels is called…

Is Soy Safe? Breast Cancer and Menopause

The use of soy phytoestrogens (plant estrogens) for breast cancer survivors and menopausal women have been widely misunderstood. The controversy has stemmed both from lack of good research and the fact that a food component, isoflavones,  has…

Cancer Fighting Foods

Red grapes, strawberries, soybeans, dark chocolate, oranges, and green tea are among the foods with the ability to prevent blood vessel growth and thus slow the spread of cancer. ‘What we eat is really our chemotherapy three times a day’

BEWARE: Antibiotics Linked to Breast Cancer

Study Shows Link Between Antibiotic Use and Increased Risk of Breast Cancer | The study concluded that the more antibiotics women use over the course of their lifetime, the higher their risk of breast cancer.

Foods that Starve Cancer

Dr. William Li, M.D. asks Can We Eat to Starve Cancer?  Here is an amazing talk that describes how the process of angiogenesis, by which cancer cells make new networks of blood vessels can be…

Diabetes and Cancer Risk

In June 2010 CA A Cancer Journal for Clinicians published research exploring the relationship between Diabetes and Cancer Risk. Type 2 Diabetes (non-insulin dependent diabetes) and Cancer share many risk factors. The researchers asked the…