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Lifelong Vegetarianism Connected to Lower Rates of Colon Cancer According to a group of German researchers, a lifelong vegetarian diet can lead to a significantly lower risk of developing colon cancer. The study followed nearly 10,000 people, of whom about 2,000 w ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
... and we do not have any of the known markers, however, this doesn’t mean genetics is not pa ... more
Mar 26 2010 9:45am
Symptom of Colon Cancer Colon is essential part oh human digestive system. Colon get  suffer due to improper eating habits, modern lifestyle etc.   Many cases of colon cancer have no symptoms. The following symptoms, ...
Jan 23 2013 4:00am
Red Meat and Dairy Nutrient May Increase Colon Cancer Risk According to researchers at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, recent studies have revealed that a nutrient called choline, which can be found in red meat, poultry, and dairy products, can cont ...
Aug 08 2007 4:00pm
... s to make the meat look good and red or last longer. and some of its the water to . go get ... more
Sep 10 2010 1:15pm
Eat Right Without Thinking As new college kids ditch home life for campus life, many of them facethe dreaded freshman 15. But the sudden weight gain could affect any of us, as we pack away our bathing suitsand begin purchasing ...
Mar 26 2007 11:26am
Getting More Vitamin D in Your Diet Vitamin D, as we know, is important for the health of your bones, and it's even been linked to heart disease and colon cancer prevention. A woman's daily recommended intake of 400 IU can be met easi ...
Jul 30 2007 7:21pm
MYTH: The more you cut calories the more weight you lose MYTH: The more you cut calories the more weight you lose. TRUTH: That can actually hurt you. If you cut calories too far (below 1200 per day) your metabolism and muscle mass decrease in order t ...
Nov 20 2007 3:04pm
Blueberry-rich diet may keep the colon healthy A natural antioxidant abundant in blueberries called pterostilbene may help prevent colon cancer, according to an animal study reported Sunday in Chicago at the 233rd national meeting of the American ...
Apr 05 2007 11:17am
Berry Good! Preventing Cancer with Berries According to researchers from Rutgers University, New Jersey, blueberries could prevent the development of colon cancer. A natural compound, pterostilbene, which can be found in blueberries and other ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Diet Impacts Cancer The American Society of Clinical Oncology studied individuals with stage III colon cancer who had undergone surgery and chemotherapy. Those who continued to eat a diet of red meat, fat, and refined g ...
Jun 06 2007 10:06am
... Eating fruits and veggies is the only way to go if we want to be healthy. more
Oct 01 2007 11:53am
Spices May Kill Cancer Could it be that those chili peppers you love can cure cancer? A recent study involving capsaicin, which is found in chili peppers, found that it may kill cancer cells. They also think that using ...
Sep 19 2007 9:11am