If you haven’t guessed already, I do try to find interesting data that may convince a reader that maybe its time to change their lifestyle. Today, I was reading articles on cancer trials and came across an interesting seven-year Chinese trial that comprised nearly 75,000 women to assess how a number of factors affect their likelihood of developing breast cancer.Continue reading
You have to be skeptical if you want to work out what is best for your long-term health. Take the example of skin cancer (specifically melanoma). Everybody ‘knows’ that sun exposure causes skin cancer. We have been told this for decades. We all go out and buy sunscreen and slop it on to protect us. Continue reading
Cancer appears to actually be a metabolic disease and you can significantly reduce your likelihood of getting cancer by changing your diet.
Do your self a favor – avoid polyunsaturated oils.
Continual carbohydrate consumption causes the body to produce higher and higher levels of Insulin over time. Eventually you will likely become diabetic (Type 2, T2D). T2D is simply a label that doctors use to describe the state you get to when your body’s metabolism of sugars is really screwed up. Diabetes Australia: “Type 2 diabetes is a progressive condition in which the body becomes resistant to the normal effects of insulin and/or gradually loses the capacity to produce enough insulin in the pancreas.” Continue reading
Nowadays, the average risk of getting some form of cancer in your lifetime is 40%. Your risk has more than tripled in the last 100 years. Continue reading