It’s that time of year. On NPR, Susan Stamberg continued the tradition of sharing her mother-in-law’s cranberry relish recipe. And I’m going to continue my tradition of sharing a recipe made from the Native American Three Sisters gardening tradition that uses corns, beans, and squash.
Blog Archive for November 2015
Milk increases men’s risk for death from prostate cancer. Instead of a milk mustache, try a Pomodoro pencil mustache this Movember. Just two servings of tomato products a week can reduce prostate cancer risk by 23 percent.
On Oct. 26, the World Health Organization gave women, men, and children a beautiful gift by letting us all know that avoiding processed meats will cut our cancer risk. The link between bacon, sausage, ham, etc., and several forms of cancer had been known for years in scientific circles, but the WHO announcement made it official. The debate was over. This really, really works. Get them out of your life, and your risk drops.
Sign up for Dr. Barnard's Blog
Tackling MS with a Plant-Based Diet: Saray Stancic, M.D. - April 24, 2018
Moby Calls on USDA to Focus SNAP on Healthy Foods - April 10, 2018
Don’t Let Hot Dogs Strike You Out This Baseball Season - March 29, 2018
New York City Schools Could Become First to Ban Processed Meat - March 28, 2018
Could Jack Pearson’s Diet Be to Blame? - February 9, 2018