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April is National Cancer Awareness Month. The American Institute of Cancer Research recommends eating a healthy phytochemical-rich diet, exercising and maintaining a healthy weight to reduce cancer risk by 30%. Too busy at work to adhere to these guidelines? Just follow these suggestions on the job to reduce your...
 
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Americans who are non-smokers are more likely to die from colorectal cancer than any other type of cancer. Even higher rates of colorectal cancer are seen in Australia, Canada, the Czech Republic and Austria. The incidence of colorectal cancer in these countries and the U.S. are from 3 to...
 

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Avoid Stomach Cancer Up until the 1930's the number one cancer killer in the United States was stomach cancer. Its incidence has dropped dramatically in the last 50 years but it still kills about 15,000 Americans annually. In Japan, stomach cancer still kills more people than breast, colon and prostate cancers combined although it has ... Salt and Stomach Cancer
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Using Chemoprotective Phytochemicals In The War Against Cancer The Battle: Americans are eating too much fat & too many calories, not enough fruits and vegetables.? These poor eating habits increase the risk of cancer.? 35% of all cancers may be linked directly to diet. The Mission: Reduce cancer risk by eating a plant-rich diet, which ... Chemoprotective Veggies
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With the fear of breast cancer, most women are eager to learn ways to reduce their risk of the disease. Current research is focusing on what substances in plant foods - fruits, vegetables, whole grains, beans, legumes and tea- may help prevent, slow or even reverse breast cancer. For...