Ditch the Dairy to Fight Prostate Cancer

eat more vegetables to reduce risk of prostate cancerIt’s Movember, when men grow mustaches to raise awareness around men’s health issues, including prostate cancer. But many men don’t know that dairy milk mustaches raise prostate cancer risk.

The Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend three servings of dairy a day. But research shows that the hormones, saturated fat and dairy calcium in dairy products increase prostate cancer risk, recurrence and mortality. Continue reading “Ditch the Dairy to Fight Prostate Cancer”

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5 Nutritious Essentials to Reduce Breast Cancer Risk

breast cancer prevention foodsEating a plant-based diet can reduce your risk for breast cancer and help stop recurrence. Whole plant foods like fruits, vegetables, whole grains and beans help maintain healthy hormone levels, while phytonutrients, the naturally occurring chemicals in plants, can contribute to fighting cancer.

Here are five breast health essentials to add to your next grocery shopping trip. Continue reading “5 Nutritious Essentials to Reduce Breast Cancer Risk”

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5 Big Takeaways from the International Conference on Nutrition in Medicine 2020

nutrition in medicineThe 8th annual International Conference on Nutrition in Medicine was hosted by the Physicians Committee and the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences from August 6-8.

More than 800 health care professionals logged in virtually to attend the International Conference on Nutrition in Medicine Continue reading “5 Big Takeaways from the International Conference on Nutrition in Medicine 2020”

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Plant-Based Diets Shown to Fight Hypertension in Black People

fight-hypertensionBlack people had a nearly twofold higher mortality rate than their white peers for hypertension-related heart disease deaths in 2018, according to a new study in the journal Hypertension.

While several factors played a role in this disparity, a plant-based diet is one way to help fight high blood pressure. One study found that a plant-based diet reduced hypertension risk by 44% in Black Americans. Continue reading “Plant-Based Diets Shown to Fight Hypertension in Black People”

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