A broken ocean: The aftermath of Fukushima

(NaturalNews) Whіlе mainstream media appears tо hаvе аlmоѕt forgotten thаt thе Fukushima disaster еvеr happened аnd thе aftermath оf thе damaged nuclear power plant continues tо bе downplayed bу government officials, reports оf spreading radiation, sick аnd dying marine life аnd contaminated food аrе rife. A report іn thе Newcastle Herald recently shared thе story … Read more

Revlon, supporter of the National Breast Cancer Coalition, uses cancer-causing chemicals in its cosmetics

Revlon, one of the largest cosmetic companies in the country, known for their supportive stance in breast cancer research, is talking the talk but not walking the walk. A survey put out by the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics uncovered the startling news that the cosmetic… Related PostsOrganic Health Foods Hyperthermia and Cancer Study: Gender-Bending BPA Causes … Read more

Can Lemons Help With Cancer Prevention?

Lemons contain folate, vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium and a compound that has demonstrated anti-cancer properties called limonene. All citrus fruit are high in flavonoids, which are highly potent antioxidants. In laboratory studies, citrus limonoids have been shown to exert an anti-proliferation effect on cancers of the colon, lung, breast, stomach, mouth, liver, skin and … Read more

Carcinogenic Parabens Are Contaminating The U.S. Food Supply

Case Adams Activist Post Researchers may have solved a vexing mystery as to why parabens contamination in humans has been so pervasive in recent studies: Parabens are increasingly contaminating our food supply. Researchers from the New York State Department of Health and the Department of Environmental Health Sciences, along with the University of New York at Albany have determined in a study of foods purchased from local markets that much of the U.S. food supply is contaminated with parabens – a group of chemicals thought previously to produce exposure in humans through the skin in cosmetics and lotions containing […]

Angelina Jolie Reveals Double Mastectomy

(Image source: Flickr / Chris_Natt )   BY LAUREN ZIMA   Angelina Jolie revealed she had a double mastectomy in a powerful op-ed piece for The New York Times. The actress tells of discovering she carries the gene BRCA1 — that doctors told her she was at an 87 percent risk of developing breast cancer, and a 50 percent risk of ovarian cancer. She decided to have her breast tissue removed. “…the decision to have a mastectomy was not easy. But it is one I am very happy that I made. … I can tell my children that they […]

Preventing Cancer With Raspberries

There are actually a wide variety of different raspberries, but many people are more familiar with the red variety, than the less common black raspberries found in North America. Black raspberries can easily be confused with blackberries, but they are different. Blackberries are more shiny, and when you pick the fruit from the stem, black … Read more

My son has acute lymphoblastic leukemia – how can we support his treatment?

QUESTION: My son is 4 years old and has been diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.  He has started his chemotherapy already, but please advise as to the efforts we can put in on our part. ANSWER: Thank you for your email.  Whilst I am not legally allowed to give medical advice, (please see my medical … Read more

Genetically Modified Foods (GMOs) and Cancer

A recent peer-reviewed study (published in the Food and Chemical Toxicology Journal) has linked genetically modified foods to an increase in cancer risk in laboratory animals.  In the study, the rats fed on genetically modified corn died prematurely, many of which having tumours the size of golf balls.  50% of the males and 70% of … Read more

Cauliflower And The Prevention Of Cancer

As you will have seen in the cabbage section, compounds within cauliflower stimulate the production of I3C, which suppresses the protein that triggers excessive cell reproduction that is common to many types of cancer. Like broccoli, cauliflower also contains indoles, including sulphuraphane, an isothiocyanate that seems to inhibit breast tumours. Cauliflower also contains glucosinolates, which … Read more

Can Cabbage Prevent Cancer?

A study published in the journal Cancer Prevention Research in 2010 highlighted an exciting new benefit to consuming cabbage, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cauliflower and other cruciferous vegetables. Consuming these vegetables encourages your body to synthesise indole-3-carbinol. This substance, otherwise known as I3C helps to break down a protein complex that is associated with excessive and … Read more

Cheese And Your Cancer Risk

Whilst there are some question marks surrounding dairy products in relation to cancer, several notable studies have been published indicating the extraordinary benefits of vitamin K2 which is found in high concentrations in fermented or mature cheeses. Blue cheeses, feta cheese, or aged hard cheeses such as mature cheddar are all high in vitamin K2, … Read more

The Anti-Cancer Properties of Apricots

Apricots are an excellent source of vitamin A and beta-carotene, along with vitamin C, fibre, quercetin and lycopene which all exhibit cancer-fighting properties. In a dried form, they make excellent healthy snacks. The American Cancer Society states that apricots and other foods that are rich in carotenes have the potential to lower the risk of … Read more

Stomach Cancer Information

Information on Stomach Cancer: The causes of stomach cancer Scientists do not currently know the cause of stomach cancer, but they have identified a number of risk factors that can affect your chance of getting it. Diet is of particular importance – especially in the case of high quantities of smoked or pickled food. Food … Read more

Cancer Prevention With Beetroot or Beets

Beetroot contains a whole range of active ingredients that can help to fight cancer. Firstly, the red pigment (betacyanin) found in beetroot has some anticarcinogenic properties, but not only that, beets also have the property of being able to increase the cellular intake of oxygen by as much as 400%. This is great news, because … Read more

Dr Burzynski and Antineoplastons

Back in the early 1970s, Dr Burzynski discovered that there was a fundamental difference between the peptides in the blood and urine samples of cancer patients versus healthy individuals.  The cancer patients were missing some substances that are normally present.  He named these antineoplastons. He theorised that by synthesising the missing peptides and putting them … Read more