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Food for Life TV Archive
View any of the many archived shows below. March 3: Lively Flavored Latin Seitan Stew (YouTube) Katherine Lawrence, a Cancer Project Food for Life cooking class instructor, prepares Latin Seitan Stew from Dr. Barnard’s The Cancer Survivor’s Guide: Foods That Help you Fight Back. The bell peppers in th
Milk Consumption and Prostate Cancer
Milk Consumption and Prostate Cancer   Abstract Prostate cancer is one of the most common malignancies worldwide, with an estimated 400,000 new cases diagnosed annually. Its incidence and mortality have been associated with milk or dairy product consumption in intern
Section Two: Cancer Prevention
Breast Cancer Fat Increases Estrogens How Much Fat is Too Much? Fiber Reduces Estrogens Other Risk Fa
Newsletter
April 2014 > VegRUN Spring 2014 International Conference on Diabetes Easter and Passover Menus Eat the season, asparagus Earth Day 2014 March 2014 > Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month International Conference on Diabetes Food for Life Summer 2014 Certification Training Golden Carrot
The Roles of Exercise and Stress Management
Healthy foods, physical activity, and reducing stress are increasingly recognized as vital ingredients of cancer prevention and survival. While genetics play a role in predisposing some people to cancer, other factors play a much greater role. In fact, much of what appears to "run in the family" results from
Meat Consumption and Cancer Risk
The World Health Organization has determined that dietary factors account for at least 30 percent of all cancers in Western countries and up to 20 percent in developing countries. When cancer researchers started to search for links between diet and cancer, one of the
Prostate Cancer: Prevention and Survival
By Neal Barnard, M.D. Just as women on high-fat Western diets have more estrogens circulating in their blood and a higher risk of cancer of reproductive organs, a similar process occurs in men. High-fat diets alter the amounts of testosterone, estrogen, and other hormones i
Nutrition and Prostate Health
By Neal D. Barnard, M.D. The prostate is an organ that sits snuggled up under the bladder. Its biological purpose is to produce semen. As time goes on, however, many men have an enlargement of their prostates, causing annoying and sometimes painful urinary problems. The prostate is also the number-one cancer spot
Breast Cancer: Survival and Prevention
As long ago as 1982, the National Research Council published a report called Diet, Nutrition, and Cancer, 24 showing the evidence already available linking specific dietary factors to cancer of the breast and other organs. Asian countries, such as Japan, have low rates of b
Diet and Cancer Research
function MM_jumpMenu(targ,selObj,restore){ //v3.0 eval(targ+".location='"+selObj.options[selObj.selectedIndex].value+"'"); if (restore) selObj.selectedIndex=0; } What we eat and how we treat our bodies on a daily basis have a very powerful effect on our health and quality of life. Although cancer can affe
Nutrition and Prostate Health
The prostate is an organ that sits snuggled up under the bladder. Its biological purpose is to produce semen. As time goes on, however, many men have an enlargement of their prostates, causing annoying and sometimes painful urinary problems. The prostate is also the number-one cancer spot in a man’s body. Th
Cancer Facts: References
1. American Cancer Society. Cancer Facts and Figures—1997. Atlanta, GA: 1999. 2. Minamoto T, Mai M, Ronai Z. Environmental factors as regulators and effectors of multistep carcinogenesis. Carcinogenesis. 1999;20(4):519-527. 3. Skog KI, Johansson MAE, Jagerstad MI. Carcinogenic hete
Building Your Strength Against Cancer: References
1. American Cancer Society. Cancer Facts and Figures—1997. Atlanta, GA: 1999. 2. Minamoto T, Mai M, Ronai Z. Environmental factors as regulators and effectors of multistep carcinogenesis. Carcinogenesis. 1999;20(4):519-527. 3. Skog KI, Johansson MAE, Jagerstad MI. Carcinogenic hete
2004 Golden Carrot Award Winners
The Golden Carrot Awards go to food service professionals who approach child nutrition in an innovative way that encourages children to eat more healthfully. The winning programs feature low-fat meals; encourage kids to eat lots of fresh fruits, vegetables, and whole grains; provide vegetarian or vegan menu items; resp
Milk Consumption and Prostate Cancer
Milk Consumption and Prostate Cancer   Abstract Prostate cancer is one of the most common malignancies worldwide, with an estimated 400,000 new cases diagnosed annually. Its incidence and mortality have been associated with milk or dairy product consumption in intern

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