Scientists have confirmed that compounds called flavanols – found in some healthy foods – can significantly help prevent colorectal cancers, and even help block the expansion of existing cancer cells.
The Ancestors Diet settles the debate regarding the foods the earliest humans ate and what our bodies were designed to eat with scientific rigor and practical wisdom, drawing from evidence from over two thousand studies and research papers.
Most of us know by now that blueberries contain special phytonutrients. Can we still get those phytonutrients when we eat blueberry muffins, jams, juices and other processed blueberry products?
In a large study from ten European countries, Italian researchers have found that diets containing higher levels of flavonoids significantly reduce the incidence of gastric cancer.
Raw fruits are typically more nourishing than cooked or processed fruit sauces or juices. This is not the case for tomatoes and tomato sauce. Learn why.