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The Cancer-Fighting Vegetables that Should be Top of your List!

2012 - 12 - 11 | Author: Judith DeCava, CNC, LNC

Cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, kale, collards, watercress, mustard greens, and turnips) contain indoles, isothiocyanates, glucosinolates, and other compounds that may provide protection against various cancers.

The dark green crucifers, in particular, are rich...

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Food Synergy - The Art of Matching and Combining

2012 - 12 - 04 | Author: Judith DeCava, CNC, LNC.

Fish is good for you and broccoli is good for you. Fish with broccoli must be twice as good, right? Actually, together just looking at two nutrients, the selenium in fish and the sulforaphane in broccoli they are up to 13 times more effective than either...

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Best Fruits and Vegetables to Eat

2012 - 11 - 30 | Author: Judith DeCava, CNC, LNC.

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Consider the betaine in foods like spinach, beets, whole wheat, whole sugar cane, and seafood. Betaine protects cells, proteins, and enzymes from environmental stress. A deficiency of methyl donors like betaine can...

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Deficiency vs Imbalance: The Natural Toxins in Food

2012 - 11 - 27 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Studies consistency show that whole foods help prevent or control chronic degenerative diseases like cardiovascular disease. For every daily-serving increase of vegetables or fruit, there is about a four percent drop in...

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Fractionated Nutrients vs Whole Foods

2012 - 11 - 26 | Author: Judith DeCava, CNC, LNC

Foods nourish. And foods heal. Healing properties of foods continue to be discovered. Yet most scientists hold to a drug model: If foods are good for you, then we must discover the compound or molecule in each food that...

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Radiation from CT Scan is Responsible for Almost 30,000 Cancers Each Year!

2012 - 11 - 08 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

radiation_from_ct_scanUSA Today reported on two research studies published in the December 15 issue of Archives of Internal Medicine revealing that CT scans deliver far more radiation than previously believed. In fact, Read More

What Really Killed Steve Jobs?

2012 - 10 - 29 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Steve Jobs introduced the Apple II computer in 1977, the same year that the Center for Advancement in Cancer Education was founded after the tragic cancer death of Susan Silberstein's young husband, 35 years...

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The Role of Probiotics in Cancer

2012 - 09 - 14 | Author: Susan Silberstein PhD

Most of us know that probiotics are the friendly bacteria that populate our intestines. Probiotics can help improve digestion and elimination, and protect our gut from invasion by undesirable pathogenic micro-organisms. Probiotics also help the immune...

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