Foods to Fight Cancer: What to Eat to Reduce Your Risk | Paperback
by Richard Béliveau (Author)
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May 09, 2017
Product Description Discover the facts behind reducing your risk of cancer with cancer-fighting foods in this informative and visual guide supported by the latest cancer research.With more than 700,000 copies sold worldwide, Foods to Fight Cancer explores the link between diet and cancer with information backed by the scientific community. Written by internally recognized experts Richard Béliveau, Ph.D., and Dr. Denis Gingras, you will learn how to eat well to be well and reduce your risk. Updated and expanded to include the latest oncological research, this guide reveals how using simple dietary changes and preventative nutrition with everyday foods that are scientifically proven to contain anticancer properties work in your body to fight and prevent cancer.With more than 100 charts, tables, and diagrams that clearly explain the facts and science behind nutrition and debunk popular myths surrounding certain foods, Foods to Fight Cancer is an essential book for anyone looking to improve their health, to have a healthy remission, to begin cancer prevention, or to support a loved one going through treatment.Adhering to recommendations from the World Cancer Research fund, Foods to Fight Cancer is a vital read that details serious dietary and lifestyle changes for the good of your health.
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