Category : Diet

Cancer, Diet, Disease
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High Dose Vitamin C Kills Colorectal Cancer Cells

Vitamin C was one of the first antioxidants to be discovered. In fact, it is known as the grandfather of antioxidants . For over twenty years, Dr. Ronald Hunninghake has conducted research on the administration of high doses of vitamin C for cancer patients.  In the time since he began his work, other researchers have also completed important studies.  A recent study demonstrated that vitamin C can help fight colorectal cancer.

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Degenerative Diseases, Diet, Disease, Energy, Natural Remedies
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Health Benefits of Coconut Oil – Part 2

In our last article, we cited 50 health advantages associated with using coconut oil. Even beyond those, coconut oil is believed to protect from breast. colon and other cancers; prevent premature aging; and protect against liver disease. It also kills the bacteria that causes pneumonia, as well as the bacteria implicated in earache, throat infection, food poisoning, urinary tract infections, meningitis, gonorrhea, ringworm, and diaper rash.

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Degenerative Diseases, Diet, Healthy Foods, Natural Remedies
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50 Health Advantages of Coconut Oil

Millions of people throughout Asia, the Pacific Islands, Africa and Central America have been including coconuts as a significant food source in their diet for millennia.  Before modern foods were introduced, some communities were almost entirely dependent upon coconut. In those cultures, diseases such as heart disease, cancer, arthritis, diabetes and other degenerative disease were largely unknown.

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Diet, Disease, Toxins, Water
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15 Ways to Fight Inflammation

Chronic inflammation has been implicated in ailments from depression to weight gain, cardiovascular disease to cancer. In her new book, How to Fight FATflammation, Dr. Lori Shemek offers tips for fighting inflammation. Here are the top fifteen:

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Diet, Foods, Healthy Foods
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How Much Food Do Americans Waste?

Hunger is a problem in many areas of the world, but it is also important for us to remember that an estimated 50 million Americans face hunger every day. Yet a full 40 percent of food in the United States goes uneaten. Twenty pounds of food, per American, is wasted every month.  That is a total of $165 billion of food, every year, that winds up in landfills and decays (adding to emissions from methane).  If we could reduce that amount by even 15 percent, we could cut hunger among Americans by half.

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Diet, Foods
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A Closer Look at Palm Oil

Palm oil is the vegetable oil most commonly used throughout the world. Because of its versatility, it is used in the manufacture of products from snack foods to shampoo, and even biofuel. It is estimated palm oil is found in approximately half of the packaged items on supermarket shelves.

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Diet, Foods
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5 More Bad-for-You “Healthy Foods”

In our last article, we examined five foods that are generally considered healthy. We found they often contained questionable additives, including sugar. Here are another five popular “healthy foods.” Let’s have a closer look at them.

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Diet, Healthy Foods
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5 “Healthy Foods” That Really Aren’t

As Americans become more health-conscious, we gravitate to foods that are promoted as good for us.  Responding to consumers, advertisers use “healthy” as one of their most common catchwords. Unfortunately, many of these so-called “health foods” are not particularly healthy. Some of them are downright unhealthy. One of the main drawbacks is sugar, which the food industry hides in nearly all processed foods.

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Diet, Foods, Healthy Foods
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Basics of Healthy Eating

A recent article on the PBS website covered some of the basic tenets of healthy eating. The information was presented in an easy-to-follow list format. Of course, the foundation of a healthy eating program is to consume most of your nutrition from farm-raised, organic protein (such as eggs, yogurt, fish and chicken), organic fruit, non-starchy vegetables, and organically farmed whole grains.

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Diet, Healthy Foods
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7 Tips to Get Your Kids to Eat More Fruit

If you think your kids aren’t eating enough fruit, you may be right. According to the Centers for Disease Control, 60 percent of children ate less than the recommended daily amount between 2007 and 2010.

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