Although most fruits and veggies have preventative effects against cancer, these 3 have shown beneficial effects against
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Cocoa and dark chocolate contain compounds that may help prevent cancer by many ways, including preventing DNA damage, lowering
08/08/2016 09:05 EDT
Antioxidants are touted for their health-promoting effects, and they mostly do have beneficial effects. However, a new study on the antidiabetic supplement alpha-lipoic acid shows that it can help to spread existing cancers. The diabetes drugs saxagliptin and sitagliptin were also shown to spread cancer.
07/05/2016 10:38 EDT
Several studies on Asian and North American populations suggest that drinking green tea can help you reduce your risk of leukemia. Clinical trials also show that green tea extracts can help treat some forms of leukemia.
07/04/2016 07:06 EDT
The important findings and implications of a recent study are that zinc and iron from food sources other than red meat may help prevent lung cancer, and heme iron (iron from animal dietary sources) intake was inversely linked with lung cancer risk.
04/26/2016 11:35 EDT
Women should avoid green, oolong, and black tea if they are pregnant, or trying to become pregnant, because of tea's effects on folate levels, and the potentially dangerous effects of caffeine found in tea.
04/05/2016 01:52 EDT
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