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Fighting Cancer with Food

By Lee Euler / January 19, 2020

For quite a while, there’s been hope that starving cancer cells of sugar fights malignancies of all kinds. This is because many cancer cells feed on sugar. The keto diet, which limits sugary foods and lowers blood sugar, is a promising therapy for slowing down cancer. However, this strategy doesn’t always work. Let’s take a […]

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Why Are Elephants So “Immune” to Cancer?

By Lee Euler / January 15, 2020

This baffling discrepancy has confounded scientists for decades: Elephants have 100 times as many cells as humans do, yet their chance of dying from cancer is far lower than ours – just five percent compared to 25 percent.1 Larger animals should have a higher risk of cancer. In theory, larger, long-lived animals should experience more […]

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The Most Lovable Cancer Detector Ever

By Lee Euler / January 12, 2020

Dogs have long been called “man’s best friend.” Now, there may be a new reason to honor them with that distinction. A number of studies point to dogs’ uncanny ability to detect cancer. But how reliable is canine cancer detection? And how early can dogs detect it? Let’s take a closer look at the fascinating […]

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Does ‘Safe’ Drinking Water Pose a Cancer Risk?

By Lee Euler / January 8, 2020

Dioxane, a “likely human carcinogen,” was detected in 80 water systems across New Jersey. Haloacetic acids surged in Concord, North Carolina affecting the drinking water of 35,000 people. These are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to cancer-causing agents spiking to levels that are against the law or at least above recommended […]

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Cholesterol and Cancer: Murky, Perhaps Dangerous, Connections

By Lee Euler / January 5, 2020

I have met quite a few people who brag about their low cholesterol as though the results of a blood test showing low cholesterol numbers is a sure sign of good health. Truth is, researchers are still investigating how the body uses various types of cholesterol that the liver makes and releases into the blood. […]

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Secrets to a Cancer-Free Life Hidden in Plants

By Lee Euler / January 1, 2020

The message has been drummed into us since 2003, when the World Health Organization launched its “Five-a-Day” campaign to encourage everyone to eat more fruits and vegetables. This was rebranded in the U.S. as “Fruits & Veggies – More Matters” in 2007. But the question is, does eating more fruit and vegetables really keep you […]

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First-of-its-kind Liver Cancer Cure Offers New Hope to Terminal Patients

By Lee Euler / December 29, 2019

Imagine getting diagnosed with liver cancer and needing an organ transplant to save your life… yet the only transplanted organ available tests positive for a potentially crippling disease that could lead you right back to a diagnosis of liver cancer! Would you do it? One desperate Colorado woman took the chance. The medical breakthrough that […]

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An “Incurable” Cancer Cured… And You’ll Never Guess How

By Lee Euler / December 25, 2019

“I have witnessed an extraordinary patient who achieved a clinical response through non-conventional treatment approaches.” ~ Lee M. Nadler, MD, Harvard Medical School He defied the odds and stunned his doctors. They’d been telling him for two decades that this couldn’t happen. Skeptics might think his story is too good to be true. Even his […]

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Rare Australian Tree Hides a Powerful Tumor Destroyer

By Lee Euler / December 22, 2019

In the far northeastern tip of Queensland, Australia, lies an area of rainforest called the Atherton Tablelands. Among the many geological wonders, spectacular waterfalls, and rich variety of wildlife, you can find a tree called blushwood that’s so picky it chooses to grow nowhere else on the planet except this particular spot. This unique tree […]

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Meat: Is it bad for your health or not?

By Lee Euler / December 18, 2019

One of the biggest health questions in current culture is whether to eat meat, especially with increasing worldwide calls to eat less meat to reduce stress on the environment. Raising livestock takes much more acreage than farmers need to get the same amount of food from plants, although how much more is a very complicated […]

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