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Include These Cancer-Fighting Foods in Your Daily Diet

A healthy diet is more than just a way to control weight and keep gut health in check; it’s also associated with lower risks for certain cancers. One of the core elements among the healthiest dietary plans is the importance of eating a rich variety of plant-based foods. The following

The Benefits of Cruciferous Vegetables

Ask a child to draw a vegetable and odds are you’ll get a picture of broccoli. That’s a nutritious choice; it provides fiber, vitamins A, C, E, and K, folate, potassium, and even some calcium and protein, and is low in calories. Broccoli also is a good source of phytochemicals

Ask the Doctor: Foods That Prevent Cancer; Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Q: Are there any foods that have been proven to prevent cancer?

A: There is no “superfood” that will prevent cancer on its own, but there are many foods that have cancer-fighting properties.

Cancer-fighting foods include cruciferous vegetables and berries. These foods are rich in antioxidants, substances that prohibit oxidation at the

Is Sushi Healthy?

Is Sushi Healthy?

Since the 1970s, America’s love affair with sushi has grown. With its simple combination of vinegar-flavored rice, fish, and vegetables, sushi has gone from being a trendy dish mainly found on the West Coast to a regular part of American cuisine. You’ll find it everywhere, from fancy restaurants to simple

8 Surprising High-Estrogen Symptoms in Men

8 Surprising High-Estrogen Symptoms in Men

Too much estrogen isn’t a problem just for women, men can also experience high estrogen symptoms. If you find yourself asking the question, “is there estrogen in men?” the answer is yes. Men make estrogen, too, and levels can become elevated (or depressed).

Although research thus far has focused almost exclusively

Crunch on Cruciferous Vegetables

All veggies are good for you, but cruciferous vegetables are in a special category. This group of vegetables is rich in disease-preventing nutrients, including vitamins C, E and K; folate, minerals, and several carotenoids, including beta-carotene, lutein, and zeaxanthin. Broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, and Brussels sprouts are well-known examples of cruciferous

3. Fruits and Vegetables

Moderation in all things, the proverb advises—except fruits and vegetables. You’d be hard-pressed to find a nutritionist who speaks ill of plant foods. They are the bedrock of a heart-healthy diet, whatever its form. And the more the better, with few exceptions. If you want to live a longer, healthier

3. The Power of Vegetables

Potent Phytonutrients
Your mother was right to tell you to eat your vegetables when you were a child—and that’s still good advice for adults, regardless of your age. On the Tufts’ MyPlate for Older Adults, vegetables occupy more space than any other food group for several healthful reasons.
Some of the health

4. Vegetable Superfoods

Research findings continue to indicate that a diet that contains an abundance of vegetables is a winning approach to optimal health and disease protection. The edible roots, leaves, stems, buds, flowers, and flesh from plants fall under the broad category of vegetables. According to botanical classifications, some plant foods, such

Calling Out Cauliflower

The Folklore. Cauliflower’s “brainy” appearance clearly suggests it’s a smart dietary choice. Its name comes from the Latin words caulis, which means cabbage, and floris, or flower. Indeed, cauliflower shares its history with the cabbage, traced back to 6,000 B.C., when the Roman philosopher, Pliny the Elder, deemed cauliflower the

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