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  • Second Strategy to Cooking Broccoli
    Second Strategy to Cooking Broccoli
    Adding myrosinase enzymes in the form of even a pinch of mustard powder to cooked cruciferous (cabbage-family) vegetables like kale, collards or Brussels sprouts can offer anti-cancer sulforaphane...
  • Which Vegetable Binds Bile Best?
    Which Vegetable Binds Bile Best?
    Which foods are best at removing carcinogenic bile acids from the body: asparagus, beets, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, collards, eggplant, green beans, kale, mustard greens, okra, or...
  • Cancer Risk From French Fries
    Cancer Risk From French Fries
    The association between cancer and the consumption of deep-fried foods may be due to carcinogens formed at high temperatures in animal foods (heterocyclic amines and polycyclic hydrocarbons) and...
  • Caloric Restriction vs. Animal Protein Restriction
    Caloric Restriction vs. Animal Protein Restriction
    The lifespan extension associated with dietary restriction may be due less to a reduction in calories, and more to a reduction in animal protein (particularly the amino acid leucine, which may...
  • Dietary Treatment of Glaucoma
    Dietary Treatment of Glaucoma
    Blueberries may help protect against age-related macular degeneration, and black currants may help halt the progression of glaucoma.
  • The Broccoli Receptor: Our First Line of Defense
    The Broccoli Receptor: Our First Line of Defense
    There is a receptor in our intestines activated by phytonutrients in cruciferous vegetables that boosts immune function (the aryl hydrocarbon (Ah) receptor).
  • Testing Your Diet with Pee & Purple Cabbage
    Testing Your Diet with Pee & Purple Cabbage
    Plant-based diets tend to be alkaline-forming. This may help protect muscle mass and reduce the risk of gout and kidney stones. The pH of one's urine can be estimated with natural pigments using...
  • Breast Cancer Survival Vegetable
    Breast Cancer Survival Vegetable
    Simple changes in diet and lifestyle may quadruple a woman’s survival rate from breast cancer.
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