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Barbecue season is here and with almost three-quarters of Americans planning to grill this summer, AICR is issuing its annual cancer-protective advice when cooking out. Check out the latest research and evidence-based advice on staying healthy and cancer-protective as you fire up your grill. What We Know Grilling (broiling) and barbecuing (charbroiling) meat, fish, or […]

    by Cindy Gates RD, LD One of the most important changes we can make in our health is to eat a plant based diet. A great new term is flexitarian – a vegetarian that is flexible to eat meat on occasion. Eating mostly plant-based means a diet heavy on beans, nuts, and green […]

by Cindy Gates Building a strong foundation with diet is absolutely critical to reducing cancer risk and recurrence.  The Definitive Guide to Thriving after Cancer by Lise Alschuler will help you make these healthy and needed changes.  Food is the vehicle for obtaining the nutrients our bodies need to function. What we eat, how much […]

Diet-Cancer Experts Welcome WHO Report on Meat and Cancer WASHINGTON, DC — The American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR), the nation’s leading cancer research organization focusing on the role of diet, weight and physical activity on cancer risk and survival, welcomes a new report from the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer […]

  Heart Healthy Mediterranean Diet May Cut Breast Cancer Risk Posted on September 29, 2015 by Alice RD For years, we’ve heard a lot about the heart health benefits of the Mediterranean Diet. Now an analysis from a randomized trial suggests this diet, supplemented with extra-virgin olive oil and nuts, may help lower risk of breast cancer. The analysis, […]

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