Professor Lester Packer, Ph.D. is the Director of the Membrane Bioenergetics Group and Professor of Molecular Biology at the University of California at Berkeley. His distinguished career in teaching and research has included appointments at...
Did your mother ever tell you to eat your vegetables? Well, she was right! Healthy vegetarian foods are a powerful weapon in the fight against cancer. Fruits and vegetables contain a variety of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and phytochemicals...
To prevent and treat cancer, make the following dietary and lifestyle changes:
* Clean up and customise your diet (see our Special Report) and eat an unprocessed, organic diet, rich in antioxidants
DON’T TELL THE EU: High-dose vitamins are good for you
Scientists at the University of Utah claim to have invented the first accurate, non-invasive, method to measure antioxidant levels directly in the body.
Re your report on essential fatty acids (WDDTY vol 14 no 2), we know that EFAs are fragile and easily oxidised, so people who consume oils need to have plenty of vitamin E, from a natural source, as this antioxidant is fat-soluble.
A new study has found that lycopene - found in tomatoes - protects against cancer only when the entire fruit is eaten rather than when taken as a dietary supplement. One study found that rats fed on tomato powder developed fewer cancers