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green capsule containing vegetables and fruits balanced on fingertipCancerTerry Graedon - August 5, 2021
bitter melon Momordica charantiaAlternative HealthTerry Graedon - January 16, 2020
young girl holds colorful veggiesCancerTerry Graedon - August 26, 2021 - 3 comments

Why Should You Eat Colorful Veggies?

People who consume a flavonoid-rich diet full of colorful veggies and berries are less likely to die prematurely of heart disease or cancer.

Terry Graedon - December 26, 2019

Show 1161: What Is the Evidence for Food as Medicine? (Archive)

Terry Graedon - October 31, 2019

Yogurt and Fiber Lower Your Chance of Lung Cancer

Joe Graedon - October 3, 2019

Is Meat OK to Eat Now? Do Food Flip-Flops Make You Mad?

Terry Graedon - August 29, 2019

Is It Better to Get Protein from Plants or Animals?

Terry Graedon - August 7, 2019

Show 1175: How to Mix Conventional and Ayurvedic Medicine for Cancer

Friends having fun while preparing fresh vegetables
Breast CancerTerry Graedon - October 25, 2018

Are Organic Food Enthusiasts Protected from Cancer?

People who eat organic food more often are less likely to come down with cancer, according to a big French study.

potato chips, junk food
Breast CancerTerry Graedon - February 21, 2018

Will Eating Junk Food Put You at Risk for Cancer?

A diet high in junk food like soda pop or salty snacks can increase the risk of cancer significantly.

market display of apples, eggplants, peppers, grapes, green beans, colorful vegetables
CancerTerry Graedon - January 25, 2018

Can What You Eat Change Your Risk of Cancer?

An anti-inflammatory diet rich in vegetables and fruits, even spices, can help reduce the risk of cancer of the colon. Soda pop and refined grains are pro-inflammatory.

black cumin seeds (Nigella sativa) in white ceramic bowl
ArthritisJoe Graedon - January 1, 2018

Blackseed Oil Saved Knee and Lowered Cholesterol and Blood Sugar

Blackseed oil has anti-inflammatory properties. It may also have anti-cancer activity. Does this natural product have any scientific support?

Loving Couple Strolling Hand in Hand on Beach
CancerTerry Graedon - May 18, 2017

Why You Should Exercise and Eat Right, Now

When colon cancer patients exercise and eat right, they are less likely to have the cancer return and more likely to survive.

man with burning mouth syndrome breathing fire
Cancer DietJoe Graedon - January 19, 2017

Hot Pepper Lovers Live Longer So Fire Up Your Tastebuds

Do you like salsa? Do you cherish chiles? If you are a red hot pepper lover you could be lengthening and strengthening your life. Read the latest research!

Fresh rosemary herbs
CancerTerry Graedon - November 28, 2016

Can Herbs Prevent a Recurrence of Prostate Cancer?

Evidence is limited but growing that some culinary herbs like turmeric or rosemary may help prevent a recurrence of prostate cancer.

Spice Up Your Health
Alzheimer’s DiseaseJoe Graedon - November 10, 2016

Save Money on Fall Special to Spice Up Your Health

Parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme taste great and are good for you. Scientists are rediscovering the healing power of many culinary herbs and spices.

Fresh chili peppers rich in capsaicin
a plate with fish and veggies, typical mediterranean diet
Cancer DietJoe Graedon - March 12, 2015

Fish-and-Veggie Diets Cut Cancer Risk

Vegetarian diets that included seafood offered the best protection against colorectal cancer in the Adventist Health Study.

lettuce in a garden
Cancer DietTerry Graedon - September 19, 2013

Plenty of Veggies and Whole Grains Help Ward Off Pancreatic Cancer

The AARP Diet and Health study shows that maintaining a normal weight and eating a healthful diet reduce the risk of pancreatic cancer.