Healthy Eating for Life
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Are you ready to start enjoying the powerful benefits of a vegetarian diet?
Some dietary changes have a preventive effect for many types of cancer. Boosting your intake of vitamin-rich vegetables and fruits, for example, strengthens your immune system and helps knock out cancer cells. To help prevent cancer, it is also smart to avoid meats, dairy products, and fried foods. Choosing fiber-rich legumes, grains, vegetables, and fruits helps keep many types of cancer at bay. Plant foods also contain a wide variety of cancer-fighting substances called phytochemicals. These facts all point to choosing a vegetarian diet to help prevent cancer and improve cancer survival. Studies of vegetarians show that death rates from cancer are only about one-half to three-quarters of those of the general population.
Food Choices for Cancer Prevention and Survival
Building Your Strength Against Cancer
Defending Your DNA from Harm
Foods and Immunity
Foods and Hormones
Breast Cancer: Prevention
Fat and Hormonal Effects
How Much Fat Is Too Much?
Carcinogenic Compounds in Cooked Meat
Cancers of the Uterus and Ovary: Prevention
Prostate Cancer: Prevention
Colon Cancer: Prevention
Vegetarian Foods: Powerful for Health
Try the New Four Food Groups
Setting Blame Aside
Steps to Cancer Prevention
Breast Cancer: Survival
Cancers of the Uterus and Ovary: Survival
Prostate Cancer: Survival
Colon Cancer: Survival
Making Healthy Diet Changes
The Three-Step Way to Go Vegetarian
Tips for Making the Switch to a Vegetarian Diet
Top Five Foods You Can’t Live Without