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    Whole soy foods more effective than individual soy phytonutrients in killing off prostate cancer cells in vitro (http://1.usa.gov/UFVIhX). Such synergy may also be found in berries:

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    Drug companies and supplement manufacturers have yet to isolate the components of cranberries that suppress cancer cell growth.

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    Medical journal editorial advocates plant-based diet low in refined sugar as "best" diet (http://1.usa.gov/YfjvCA). How does the sugar industry feel about that?

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    The Sugar Association, Salt Institute, and American Meat Institute all railed against the new Dietary Guidelines for Americans.

    Sharon Klupt McRaeProbably the same way as the beef, dairy and poultry industries feel....but it's all poison!4 hours ago

    The Reallyheal Company, LLCyes sugar is the main culprit in the American diet5 hours ago

    Kathleen LisleThe thing about meat, is that prices are rising to where none but the most affluent will be able to afford to buy meat on a regular basis. Last year's drought may prove to be a blessing in disguise, for most families, because they will be eating more rice & beans, & other meatless meals.5 hours ago