Patient Success Stories Trump Scientific Documents

(Health Secrets Newsletter) Scientific language can be used to obfuscate reality, especially in medicine. Several disclosures from whistle blowers and investigators have uncovered scandalous medical journal reporting, proving that scientific documents are often slanted to enable pharmaceutical marketing. Much of mainstream medicine disregards the success stories of cancer patients as anecdotal, meaning it isn’t “proven scientifically”. But many of these…

Processed Meat Seen as Cancer Risk

  (Health Secrets Newsletter) Eating processed meat can increase your risk of developing pancreatic cancer, according to research conducted in Sweden. The study, which was published in the British Journal of Cancer, suggested that increasing your intake of processed meat by around 50g per day, which is about one breakfast sausage, could increase your risk…

Thumbs Up For Fiber

(Health Secrets Newsletter) Cereal fiber is one of the many foods that causes controversy among nutritionists, with many believing that it can protect us from bowel and rectal cancers, while others believe it should be avoided altogether and that it actually irritates the gut, increasing the risk of colorectal cancer. With this in mind, a…

Greens and Beans Reduce Colon Cancer Risk

A diet high in plant foods such as green vegetables, dried fruit, brown rice and legumes can dramatically reduce your risk of developing colorectal cancer, according to a California based study. The study; part of a larger research project, assessed the impact of diet on the risk of developing colorectal polyps, small growths in the…

Slash Lung Cancer Risk by Two-Thirds

  A study recently published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) has found convincing evidence that is good news for lung cancer prevention.  The combination of Vitamin B6, methionine and folate reduces the chances of lung cancer by a whopping two-thirds. Lung cancers are some of the most prevalent and difficult to…

New Guidelines for Cancer Patients

A new set of national guidelines for cancer patients presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) is reversing decades of common mainstream advice for such patients to avoid exercise.  Instead, the new guidelines advise patients to avoid inactivity and to boost quality of life, strength and fitness. Kathryn Schmitz, PhD, MPH, an associate professor of…