Parsley may be a great garnish, but research proves that parsley also fights cancer, reduces inflammation, increases immunity and boosts liver health.
Hops medicinal herb and its extracts have been found to affect estrogen receptors, reducing menopause symptoms. Turns out Hops also inhibits breast cancer development.
Research is increasingly finding strategies that will significantly reduce a woman’s risk of breast cancer. Fruit consumption decreases breast cancer risk and alcohol consumption increases it. Learn how much affects breast cancer risk.
Our diet will have consequences into the future. New research finds that eating more fiber can affect a woman’s risk of breast cancer years later. Find out when, why and how much – and see our Fiber Top 500 list.
Among women, breast cancer is the leading form of cancer. Billions have been spent on cancer research, yet preventing cancer provides one of the few clear strategies. Breast cancer in particular has now been scientifically linked to the consumption of red meat and processed meats.
Parabens are building up in our bodies and our environment. Recently found in dolphins and polar bears, parabens are now building up in the umbilical cord blood of pregnant women. Discover the facts about parabens and our health.
You might like the spicy taste of cloves in your meal. But cloves have a deeper side: The ability to halt the growth of a number of types of cancers, including breast, pancreatic, liver, and ovarian cancers.
A number of invasive cancers are very difficult to treat by conventional medicine. But a flurry of recent research is finding an ancient herbal medicine can treat a number invasive cancers.
Kissing under the mistletoe tree takes on new meaning as clinical research finds this medicinal herb extends survival times for cancer patients. Proven anticancer in many types of cancers – is it time to consider mistletoe a primary cancer treatment?
Panax ginseng is more than a root. The leaves are also medicinal – proving to kill cancer cells and kill bacteria.