The sad, but true fact of the matter is that by now, most of us can't name a single person who hasn't been affected by cancer in some way. It could be your best friend's uncle, a co-worker in your office, or even someone in your own immediate family who has struggled with the disease. With all the research that's been done over the years, we still don't know for sure why one person develops the disease (sometimes the healthiest person you know) while your chain-smoking great grandfather is still cancer-free at age 99. So how do you help protect your body from becoming a part of the statistic when it all seems like such a crap shoot?
What research has shown in the last decade or so is that the most significant way that you can work to prevent developing cancer, or keeping it from coming back, is to revamp your eating habits. Unfortunately, many studies have shown that medical doctors aren't trained thoroughly in basic nutrition, so eating recommendations often take a backRead More »from Don't Let Your Diet Give You Cancer!