As stated on the official website on The American Institute for Cancer, a research has shown that most cancers can be prevented.
Scientists now estimate that 60 percent to 70 percent of cancers are all preventable through currently available information and simple changes in diet and lifestyle.”
In other words, making certain changes in your daily diet can reduce the exposure to toxic chemicals which increase the risk of cancer as well as to improve the overall health….Readmore
A recent study has found that the popular spices have properties that significantly reduce mice’s chances of developing lung cancer due to their ability to bind to a receptor that is also responsible for tumor growth.
According to a study now published in the online Journal of Agricultural And Food Chemistry, capsaicin, a compound in chili peppers, and 6-gingerol, a component in ginger, could work together to lower the risk of cancer, possibly because 6-gingergol binds to capsaicin to form a super-strong compound that inhibits key tumor-growing receptors, The Daily Mail reported….Readmore
The prevalence of colorectal cancer is constantly on the rise and has now become the third most prevalent cancer in the United States. Nearly 140,000 are diagnosed with colon or rectal cancer in 2016 alone. Unfortunately, the symptoms of colorectal cancer are extremely subtle, which is the reason why most patients get diagnosed once it becomes too late.
Most Commonly Overlooked Symptoms of Colorectal Cancer
Given that abdominal cramps may be a sign of various conditions, they are one of the most commonly overlooked symptoms of colorectal cancer….Readmore
Ginger is a food and medicine both – for centuries, the root has been used in meals and as a natural remedy against numerous diseases and conditions. Ginger is native to Asia where it has been cultivated for its culinary and medicinal properties. The root can be found in all parts of the world now, and is constantly being used as a remedy for many ailments. The root can treat simple infections such as the common cold and flu, but new studies suggest that it can also destroy cancer cells even better than chemotherapy.
According to a study from Georgia State University, ginger can inhibit the growth of cancer cells and induces apoptosis in them, while leaving the healthy cells untouched. The study showed that the root has no adverse side-effects unlike chemotherapy which may kill a cancer patient….Readmore
Cancer is a class of diseases characterized by out-of-control cell growth. There are over 100 different types of cancer, and each is classified by the type of cell that is initially affected. When the human body is formed, undergoes a stage named parthenogenesis during which all blood vessels are created. However, this activity does not stop after we are born. It is also present later in our lives when we suffer injuries that cut through our skin, veins, or arteries, and the need for rebuilding the blood canals arises….Readmore
According to Vernon Johnson, cancer survivor, baking soda and molasses will kill cancer. Read on to learn more!
According to Johnson, he originally wanted cesium, in an attempt to change his body’s pH. His order never came, though, but he thought he’d heard of baking soda and maple syrup working. He didn’t have maple syrup, though, so he decided to use molasses….Readmore
Breast cancer affects 1 out of every 8 women in the USA. To successfully treat cancer, early detection is very important. It is highly necessarily for women to know the signs of invasive breast cancer from its inception and seek medical help early instead battling the latter stages of the disease.
These are the five warning signs and symptoms of breast cancer that every woman should know:
1. New moles or change in an existing mole
Moles can be seen as an early indicator of breast cancer. Women with moles had a 13% risk of developing breast cancer than the women with no moles on them….Readmore