Monthly Archives: August 2014

Which of 13 vegetables tested is best at binding carcinogenic bile acids? (3 min. 22 sec. video)

Here’s yet another bullet for your anti-cancer arsenal.  

In this brief video (3 min. 22 sec.) Dr. Greger talks about a study of 13 vegetables testing theot ability to bind carcinogenic bile acids. There is a five-fold difference in bile binding ability between the best and worst. And there seems to be no correlation between fiber content and bile binding ability.

The second question this video answers is whether raw or cooked vegetables are better at binding bile acids. The answer may surprise you.

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Science based nutrition for quadrupling breast cancer survival

Photo by Charles Knowles (courtesy of Flickr and Creative Commons)

Photo by Charles Knowles (courtesy of Flickr and Creative Commons)

I’m always on the lookout for scientifically validated strategies for complementing her conventional treatment with science based nutrition. So the link below to the article by Dr. Michael Greger and his nonprofit nutritionfacts.org on quadupling breast cancer survival rates, really caught my eye because it especially applies to breast cancer patients.

Quadrupling Breast Cancer Survival | NutritionFacts.org.

 

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