For many decades, we’ve known that lifestyle and eating habits can affect your risk of developing cancer. A good diet and exercise decrease the risk and a poor diet and obesity increase the risk. So, what about breast cancer? There’s a lot of data showing that what you eat can affect the risk.
Lycopene is a pigment found in fruits and vegetables, especially tomato products, that gives it its red color. It has been studied for its benefit for overall health. Studies show that tomatoes may help prevent cancer. Here is information about those studies.
There is a safe, non-toxic way to detox your body that does not include crash diets. It is heavily reliant on vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that are consumed from foods, as well as antioxidants that are produced within the human body.
Across the board – from elementary school to college – we have to understand the stressful nature that a new school year can bring, especially during this pandemic. While this year is certainly different, it’s important to prepare the body for all that the school year requires of us.
Mushrooms are tasty and some are very beneficial. They have been studied for the immune health benefits, along with their benefit in providing brain power. Here’s the latest research!
A we get older, the ability for our bodies to process harmful chemicals and byproducts changes. On today’s episode, we are going to discuss how you can support this important process with specific foods, namely cruciferous vegetables.