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Nutrition During Chemo – What You Need to Know

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Nutrition during chemotherapy is a much debated topic — in chat rooms, in groups like WhatNext.com, on the internet — plus friends and coworkers giving us advice. Go vegan, sugar feeds cancer, don’t eat meat or drink veggie smoothies. It’s … Continue reading

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Flavonoids and Cancer

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Flavonoids are a class of compounds found in fruits, vegetables, seeds, and cereals, and some beverages that have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory,

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Mint Can Help with Digesting a Heavy Meal, Study Suggests

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A recent study suggests that a spoonful of mint can be a solution for indigestion or chest pains caused by a heavy meal. http://www.dailywarnewsblog.com/64/mint-can-help-with-digesting-a-heavy-meal-study-suggests

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Can Walking After Eating Lead To Weight Loss?

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We have been told to resist the urge to sleep after a hearty meal but instead assume an upright position while unwinding by watching TV and relaxing. This seating position is good for digestion nonetheless, since slouching pushes the food … Continue reading

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Organic food myths for cancer patients

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Whether you want to reduce your risk of developing cancer or want to improve your chances of survival after a diagnosis, you’ve likely researched the role nutrition plays in your health.

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3 Sure-Fire Ways to Maintain a Healthy Weight as You Age

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Midlife weight gain threatens your future health and well-being. Stop it now. https://www.psychologytoday.com/ca/blog/cravings/201907/3-sure-fire-ways-maintain-healthy-weight-you-age

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Avoid These Cancer-Causing Foods

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Over the last several decades, certain foods have been vilified as being potentially carcinogenic, or capable of causing cancer. So which ones are the biggest culprits? And how can you eat to prevent cancer or reduce the chances of a … Continue reading

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Good or bad? Eggs, coffee, olive oil, soy

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In this age of TMI (Too Much Information), how should we keep ourselves dry from the unstoppable deluge of health studies, which — more often than not — end up contradicting each other’s findings? https://gulfnews.com/uae/health/good-or-bad-eggs-coffee-olive-oil-soy-1.64604314

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What It Means If You’re Experiencing Excessive Burping

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There’s nothing more eye turning than a loud and (sometimes) obnoxious burp. We could either be ashamed or proud, depending who you are. But what about those burps that keep coming up and never seem to go away? Sure, one … Continue reading

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Pick the Best Fruit for Your Health

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Don’t avoid fruit because of its sugar content. Here are five ways these sweet treats can benefit you. https://www.consumerreports.org/healthy-eating/best-fruit-for-health/

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