Prebiotics and probiotics offer a one-two punch for keeping cancer at bay – NaturalNews.com – November 4, 2019

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(Natural News) There is now an even better reason for you to add prebiotics and probiotics to your diet. According to a new study in Cell Reports, the combination of these two — termed “synbiotics” — can be used to modulate the human gut microbiota and treat serious diseases like colorectal cancer. Prebiotics and probiotics: sources and health benefits →

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Lack of vitamin D connected to premature death, study says — NaturalHealth365 – October 1, 2019

(NaturalHealth365) Depending on how many years young you are, you may remember when vitamin D started gaining popularity in Western medicine for its bone-protecting qualities.  But, in recent years, conventionally-trained healthcare providers are starting to realize the greater threat a lack of vitamin D can have on immune function and overall well-being. →

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Eating more garlic and onions linked to a 79% drop in colorectal cancer risk — NaturalHealth365 – September 16, 2019

(NaturalHealth365Garlic and onions are a big deal – financially and healthwise.  For example, did you know that U.S. farmers produce about 6.98 billion pounds of onions – generating $5-7 billion dollars in sales – every year?  Garlic, although much lighter, has a total production of about 400 million pounds – every year.  Pretty impressive, right?  Well, there’s more to tell you about how these foods can help to protect your health. →

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Glyphosate & Colorectal Cancer in Young Adults — Collective Evolution – August 24, 2019

In Part I, “The Disturbing Increase in Colorectal Cancer in Young Adults,” we called attention to the steep rise in colorectal cancer incidence in young people in their twenties and thirties and discussed the risks associated with viral vaccines. In Part II, we discuss glyphosate as another plausible culprit in the colorectal cancer epidemic.

(Collective-Evolution) Gut bacteria play a pivotal role in shoring up brain health and overall health. This fact has become a widely acknowledged talking point in scientific circles as well as in the popular press. The reverse is also true—when diet or environmental factors produce gut dysbiosis (an imbalance of the microbes that reside in the gastrointestinal tract), the imbalance can “impact the pathologies of many diseases.” →

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Cancer cells are fueled by sugary drinks, making tumors grow faster — NaturalNews.com – August 3, 2019

(Natural News) Many studies have established a clear link between obesity and increased risk of cancer. A sedentary lifestyle, high alcohol intake and a junk food diet all contribute to obesity. One of the most direct causes of weight gain, however, is consuming drinks and processed foods that are high in sugar.

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Fighting colorectal cancer with gut health: Certain probiotic bacteria, combined with broccoli, found to prevent and reduce tumors — NaturalNews.com – Aug 28, 2018

(Natural News) Broccoli has a lot of health benefits and is a known cancer-fighting food, but according to a recent study, combining the vegetable with engineered probiotics can help kill colorectal cancer cells. Even though the five-year survival rates for the earliest stages of colorectal cancer are “relatively good,” the later stages chances of survival…Read more

Fighting colorectal cancer with gut health: Certain probiotic bacteria, combined with broccoli, found to prevent and reduce tumors — NaturalNews.com

5 Good reasons to include more magnesium-rich foods in your diet — NaturalNews – July 21, 2018

(Natural News) You may not realize it, but magnesium is one of the nutrients your body needs the most. According to the Human Genome Project, there are 3,751 proteins with binding sites for this mineral, which only adds to why you need to eat food items that have an abundance of it. Increasing your magnesium intake can….Read more

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