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         Cancer & Diet:     more books (106)
  1. The Cancer Prevention Diet: Michio Kushi's Macrobiotic Blueprint for the Prevention and Relief of Disease by Michio Kushi, Alex Jack, 1994-12-15
  2. The Breast Cancer Prevention Diet: The Powerful Foods, Supplements, and Drugs That Can Save Your Life by Dr. Bob Arnot, 1999-09-16
  3. The Cancer Prevention Diet, Revised and Updated Edition: The Macrobiotic Approach to Preventing and Relieving Cancer by Michio Kushi, Alex Jack, 2009-08-18
  4. What to Eat if You Have Cancer (revised): Healing Foods that Boost Your Immune System by Maureen Keane, Daniella Chace, 2006-10-04
  5. The Pink Ribbon Diet: A Revolutionary New Weight Loss Plan to Lower Your Breast Cancer Risk by Mary Flynn PhDRDLDN, Nancy Verde Barr, 2010-09-28
  6. Nature's Cancer Fighting Foods by Verne Varona, 2001-06
  7. The Cancer Survivor's Guide: Foods That Help You Fight Back by Neal Barnard, Jennifer K. Reilly, 2009-01-15
  8. Cancer: Fight It with the Blood Type Diet (Eat Right for Your Type Health Library) by Peter J. D'Adamo, Catherine Whitney, 2004-08-03
  9. American Cancer Society Complete Guide to Nutrition for Cancer Survivors: Eating Well, Staying Well During and After Cancer
  10. Foods to Fight Cancer: Essential foods to help prevent cancer by Richard Beliveau, 2007-04-16
  11. Beating Cancer with Nutrition, book with CD by Patrick Quillin, 2005-05-01
  12. The Cancer-Fighting Kitchen: Nourishing, Big-Flavor Recipes for Cancer Treatment and Recovery by Rebecca Katz, Mat Edelson, 2009-08-25
  13. The Anti-Cancer Food and Supplement Guide: How to Protect Yourself and Enhance Your Health (Healthy Home Library) by Deborah Yost, 2010-03-30
  14. Dr. Moerman's Anti-Cancer by Ruth Jochems, 1990-06

1. American Institute For Cancer Research - Diet, Nutrition And
cancer prevention information.Category Health Medicine Medical Specialties Oncology...... the American Institute for cancer Research AICR - the leading national charityfor research and education programs in diet, nutrition and cancer prevention.

2. Complementary, Alternative, And Holistic Veterinary Medicine (AltVetMed)
To go to specific pages on AltVetMed, select from the list below Total cancer Management in Small Animals by Susan G Wynn, DVM in Pets. Do diet Foods Work? Total cancer Management in Small Animals
To go to specific pages on AltVetMed, select from the list below Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy Directory
Allergic Skin Disease

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American Holistic Veterinary Medicial Association Brochure
Do Diet Foods Work?

Total Cancer Management in Small Animals by Susan G Wynn, DVM 'complementary' approaches to cancer treatment, it is important to consider all of these things. First question: is chemotherapy or radiation appropriate? Most people balk at the idea of either, drawing upon mental pictures of wasted, bald, human cancer patients in constant pain. Fortunately, we do not need to subject our pets to heroic measures, and you are free to make the decision one way or another (not as easy to do for a human patient). It is important to note, however, that dogs and cats seem to tolerate these treatments much better than people do. In addition, there are certain cancer types that are very responsive to these conventional, if drastic treatments. Surgical removal of certain types of tumors may well be the only way to stop these cancers in their tracks, for instance. Many holistic veterinarians believe that cancer is a severe and acutely threatening disease, and that the response must be proportional. Others believe that using exclusively natural treatments may rebalance this symptom of 'chronic disease' 'seed' tumors elsewhere in the body.

3. Cancer - Special Diet Needs
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Cancer- special diet needs Q: Hi! My roommate and I are owned by six cats. Unhappily, one off them (Otto -The Great, or sometimes " 'Lil Guy"), is dying of cancer. I don't believe that we can save him, but would like to make sure that he has the best nutrition possible I know that nutrition plays an important role in fighting off cancer, but have no idea what to give that him that will help. He's losing his sense of smell and a bit of his appetite, so feeding him is getting more and more difficult. I'm willing to expect a miracle, but want to make sure I've done all I can. Can you recommend a specific diet or certain supplements? Do you know of a good source? What should I be looking for (and watch out for)? Thanks for your time and effort! A: At present, there are some studies (mostly done at

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5. AICR Information Services - The Diet & Cancer Link
It has only been in the last 15 to 20 years that research in diet and cancer hasbeen given more attention and has begun to attract the levels of funding that

Reducing Your Cancer Risk

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Cancer is not a single disease, but the generic name for more than 100 diseases, all having in common the uncontrolled reproduction of abnormal cells. Although scientists are only now beginning to understand the causes and growth of cancer, there exists a large and growing body of evidence showing that the foods we choose each day play a major part in cancer prevention.
Scientists have long estimated that a large percentage of our cancer risk is related to our lifestyle choices. The international report on cancer prevention from the American Institute for Cancer Research, Food, Nutrition and the Prevention of Cancer: a global perspective, found that 30% to 40% of all cancers are directly linked to the foods we eat, the exercise we get and how well we watch our weight. And the report estimates that 30% of cancers can be prevented by not using tobacco. What this means is that we have the potential through our daily food and lifestyle choices to make a major impact on the cancer risk we each face in our lives.
The cancer prevention opportunities offered by research and education programs in diet, nutrition and cancer are enormous. It has only been in the last 15 to 20 years that research in diet and cancer has been given more attention and has begun to attract the levels of funding that can bring strong results. Today an increasing understanding of the role of vitamins, minerals, fats, fiber and phytochemicals offers each of us the opportunity to make simple changes for lower cancer risk.

6. Society Cancer And Diet
SOCIETY. cancer and diet. Can you eat to beat malignancy?

7. Breast Cancer Risk - Diet And Lifestyle - BCERF
diet Lifestyle Factors and Breast cancer Risk Information Below is a listof some articles concering diet and breast cancer risk. Research
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Information on the BCERF Diet and Lifestyle Database
This database serves as a unique resource. It supplies sound scientific information about the effect of diet and lifestyle on breast cancer risk. The database is designed for the use of health and nutrition professionals, and for consumers.
Topics Dietary Risk Factors Alcohol
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Dietary Fat

Fruits and Vegetables
... Whole Grains Lifestyle Risk Factors Early Childhood Events Breast Feeding Exercise Pesticide Residue Monitoring and Food Safety; ... Smoking Associated Articles: The BCERF newsletter The Ribbon carries a variety of articles related to breast cancer risk. Below is a list of some articles concering diet and breast cancer risk. Research Commentary: Hormone Replacement and Other Possible Risk Factors for Breast Cancer ( v. 5, #1 Human Breast Milk Contamination ( v. 4, #3 Prostate Cancer: Rates and Possible Risk Factors ( v. 4, #2

8. HEALTH-CARIBBEAN: Cancer Deaths Rise As Lifestyles Change
Article relates the rise in cancer rates in Caribbean citizens to inroads of the American diet.
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HEALTH-CARIBBEAN: Cancer Deaths Rise as Lifestyles Change
by Avian Joseph PORT OF SPAIN, Feb 24 (IPS) - Catherine Nurse, 48, had her left breast removed late last year. About two months before the operation, she felt two lumps and "prayed it wouldn't be that." A mother of seven, she was still breast feeding her three- year-old son and had been told that women do not get cancer when breast feeding. On the day of the diagnosis, desperate for comfort, she carried her baby to the hospital, fearing the worst. "I sat down holding my child, and when the doctor gave me the bad news, I paused a little bit and said: "Alright, you know best." It is this quiet courage that has sustained Nurse through the trauma of losing one breast and all the side effects associated with chemotherapy, including hair loss. Cancer is the second highest cause of death in several Caribbean islands after heart disease. Breast cancer is on the increase, especially among women of African descent.

9. Breast Cancer And Diet Fruit And Vegetable - BCERF : Bibliography
diet and breast cancer review of the epidemiologic literature. Population attributablerisk for breast cancer diet, nutrition, and physical exercise.

Biology of BC

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Dairy Products and BC Risk

ce = Critical Evaluation
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bib = Bibliography
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map = Statistical map lk = List of Hyperlinks bibliography: Fruits and Vegetables and the Risk of Breast Cancer This bibliography is provided as a service to our readers. It is compiled from the entries in the BCERF Environmental Risk Factors Bibliographic Database We will make every effort to update this bibliography. If you have comments on this bibliography, or have a suggestion of a reference you would like us to review for inclusion in the bibliography, please send this information via email to: This bibliography is arranged topically. The topics include: Review articles on the influence of fruits and vegetables on cancer risk Review articles on the influence of fruits and vegetables on breast cancer risk Original epidemiologic studies Cohort studies ... Studies on the mechanisms underlying the influence of fruits and vegetables on breast cancer risk Reviews on the influence of fruits and vegetables on cancer risk Adlercreutz, H. (1998). Evolution, nutrition, intestinal microflora, and prevention of cancer: a hypothesis. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 217, 241-246.

10. Ginger And Her Diet For Her Hemangiosarcoma
Homemade canine diet for hemangiosarcoma. Includes resources for this ailment along with Hemangiopericytomas and Hemangiomas.
Hello to everyone who finds this site. It is now December 23rd, 2002 as I redo this web page. My dog (Ginger) collapsed Dec. 23rd, 2000 while I was playing with her. A tumor on her spleen had ruptured which caused the collapse. She had a splenectomy three days later. I received her biopsy report on Jan. 4th, 2001 which showed hemangiosarcoma.
After seeing a Veterinary Oncologist and talking to my veterinarian, I decided not to go with chemotherapy. The oncologist felt that with this type of cancer, the chemo could give her possibly a couple more months, with no guarantee on how she would respond to chemo.
Ginger has always been an extremely active dog and after healing from her surgery, she was as if nothing had ever happened. My vet practices holistics and felt that a strict diet would be best for her. I decided to go with the diet and skip the chemo.
Ginger is doing great and still catching frisbees. I really don't know if she would be as she is now if we pursued chemo. I feel as if I made the right decision. I wouldn't want her any other way.
I am including her diet in this web page. Just in case any of you are interested in this diet, keep in mind that these proportions are for a 40 pound dog. I would also consult with a vet who practices holistics before making any diet changes.

11. Cancer Cure Protocol - Cleanse Diet Therapy Alternatives
cancer Links cancer Sites cancer treatments / cancer testimonials / cancer cures / cancer diet / supplements / people

12. Breast Cancer - Surviving & Winning
A wellness resource for anyone newly diagnosed or coping with breast cancer. You'll learn about the latest treatment advances, free mammograms, clinical trials, genetic risks and the role of diet and alternative medicine.
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Breast Cancer:
Surviving and Winning 2
Thirty years ago a young woman diagnosed with breast cancer would most likely have undergone a radical mastectomy and had her ovaries removed. Today, not only is breast cancer likely to be detected earlier, but its treatment is less radical and more effective. Now breast cancer is likely to result in a lumpectomy or a modified mastectomy, and combined with modern chemotherapy and radiation therapy, survival rates are dramatically increased. Tomorrow's approach will go even further, by preventing or even reversing cancer cell growth. As we speak, scientists are learning how cancer cells work and finding new and better treatments. Breast Cancer: Surviving and Winning 2 discusses medical breakthroughs, alternative approaches, and the personal stories of women who are part of tomorrow's approach to surviving breast cancer. It is not just about research - it is about making these research discoveries matter to us, to our mothers, to our sisters, to our friends, and, of course, to our daughters. New technologies for diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer are part of our continuing assault on this treacherous disease. In

13. Cancer Diet And Nutrition Guide
A onestop site for cancer resources. Topics include cancer treatment, side effects management, diet and nutrition, alternative therapies, as well as links of various cancer agencies in Canada and United States. diet and Nutrition Guide. Information in this section is adopted from "The Nutrition Guide For People Living with cancer"
Award: Diet and Nutrition Guide Information in this section is adopted from "The Nutrition Guide: For People Living with Cancer" and "Heatlhy Eating: Reducing your Risk of Cancer" published by the Canadian Cancer Society. Loss of Appetite
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... Limit Salt, Alcohol and Caffeine Today is Book American Cancer Society's Guide to Complementary and Alternative Cancer Methods Click here for more recommended books FAQ Vitamins Guide Are there any Pills to prevent cancer?
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Cancer Treatment Side Effects ... Links is for educational purposes only and should not be used as a substitute for a consultation or visit with your Registered Dietitian or other healthcare professionals. is developed and maintained by Healthcastle Nutrition Services, Canada. Internet marketing solutions provided by

14. Breast Cancer Prevention Diet
As it does for every woman interviewed for this book, a breast cancer diet givesDeborah a remarkable sense of finally being in charge l laving a sense of Home Health Book Chapters A Doctor's Patients
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Out of the Darkened Room: Parent is Depressed: Protecting the Children

How to Calm Down by Fred L. Miller To buy this book, click here Shifting Gears At any given moment during a typical day, does your blood pressure rise, your pulse rate hit 10 percent over normal, and your breathing seem to stop? Sound familiar? If so, read on. Once upon a time, I worked all day at a hamburger stand and went to school at night. It wasn't a bad job, but after eight hours of dealing with customers and coworkers, I was in no mood to concentrate in class. I had one hour between the end of work and the beginning of school. I was agitated and needed to calm down, to shift gears. I just didn't know how. I then began asking other people how to relax.They told me to go to Las Vegas. Go fishing. Get a date. None of these ideas would have helped me during that hour between work and school.

Links to sites that focus on specific health issues for cats such as CRF, constipation, nutrition, feline cancer, latest research, holistic, diabetes and diet.
cat and dog cancer fatty liver disease cat flu,sneezing,eyes, feline herpes respiratory vaccination information ... support groups Just Feline Health Links skip introduction These links are feline specificplease check the other categories at the left for more specific writeups. Although I have had cats for most of my life I just paid attention to loving them-never worried about their diet or what they drank-they lived long lives.
Bromelain as a supplement might help ease the problem of furballs, besides sinus problems because of its anti inflammatory properties.
The only basic I have learned about kitty cats is that you can't give them enough love.
If you cat is prone to illness, switching to high quality food helps immensely. Anything that supports their immune system. Shallow glass water dishes are the safest. Who would ever have thought that plastic being hard to clean might create the feline acne seen in some cats? Who would have thought that some of those imported ceramic dishes would have toxins leech into the water? or metallic bowls give the water a tainted taste besides also getting into the water? or distilled water eliminating vital minerals?
Dogs fast when sick
How many of us know that kitty cats can get fatty liver disease, especially if they are obsese if they skip a few meals?

16. I Am Healthy
acid, which may remove or block cancer causing toxins. Adding a few of them a day to your diet sounds like a smart idea.
Contents - Wellness means prevention plus wholeness: harmony in relationships, work, goals, a balance of body, mind and spirit Maintain a Healthy Weight Quality of weight (muscle vs. fat) is ia a more important indicator than the number of pounds on the scale Emphasize Protein Eat foods high in protein eg. nonfat dairy foods, grains, legumes, seeds and nuts. Also low fat protein from beans and fish. Emphasizing low-fat, mostly vegetable protein will help yoyu keep your energy high, maintain strength, and rebujikld tissue affected by treatments . Increase Food Quality Eat 'live' premium foods, those that are minimally processed, in a as close to their natural state as possible. Valuable nutrients, including fiber, vitamins, and minerals are often removed from refined foods. Refined foods contain excessive amounts of fat, salt and preservatives. Your first choice: fresh fruits, fresh vegetables, and whole grains. If a food is boxed canned, bottled or frozen, it has most often been processed and lacks the "live" nutritional content of the fresh alternative.

17. Cancer
Breast cancer; diet. Diagnosis; Other. Latest stories added to the site (January2003). cancer and diet. Update on fruit and vegetable intake and breast cancer risk.
Bandolier Bandolier Library search
In these pages are collected the stories from Bandolier relating to cancer. In due course these will be supplemented by additional material, as resources become available through sponsorship or other means.
Latest stories added to the site (January 2003)
Mastectomy versus lumpectomy for breast cancer
Latest stories added to the site (December 2002)
Aspirin and lung cancer
Latest stories added to the site (November 2002)
Mobile phones, magnetic fields, and cancer (updated November) Psychological coping and cancer
Breast cancer
Mastectomy versus lumpectomy for breast cancer HRT and risk of breast cancer death Meat, dairy foods and risk of breast cancer Passive smoking and breast cancer ... Tamoxifen trials, tribulations and truths
Cancer and diet
Update on fruit and vegetable intake and breast cancer risk Alcohol consumption and cancer risk Meat consumption and risk of colorectal cancer Diet and bladder cancer ... Whole grain food four times a week reduces cancer risk by 40%
Cancer diagnosis
Tumour markers and cancer treatment Diagnosing melanoma and Pathology as art appreciation: melanoma diagnosis Diagnosing gastric cancer Screening for prostate cancer Ovarian cancer screening
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Aspirin and lung cancer Mobile phones, magnetic fields, and cancer

18. The Digestive Disease & Nutrition Center Of Westchester, LLP.
The Gastroenterology Associates of Westchester and The diet and Nutrition Center of Westchester with specialization in Gastroenterology and Nutrition which includes Colon cancer Polyps Irritable Bowel Syndrome and other digestive diseases.

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The physicians of the Digestive Disease and Nutrition Center of Westchester, LLP. have twenty-two years of experience building strong relationships between patients, doctors, and staff. We pride ourselves on using the newest, most advanced techniques in the fields of gastroenterology. Each person in our offices makes every effort to ensure that your treatment and visits with us are positive.
We post updates and reminders to our Website regularly, so please check in frequently. The following information will help you understand how to use our Website. About Us: · Information about our office locations · Office hours Learn: · Educational materials · Patient handouts · Links to other sites Patient Services · Services we currently offer patients · Comment Box Staff · Staff biographies · Pictures We specialize in Gastroenterology and Nutrition which includes: Colon Cancer Polyps Irritable Bowel Syndrome and other digestive diseases.

19. - Diet History Questionnaire Skip to Content, National cancer Institute, cancer Control and PopulationSciences, Risk Factors Home, diet History Questionnaire. Current Releases.
Diet History Questionnaire
Current Releases Diet*Calc Version 1.2 Released (July 2002) Carotenoid Database Released (April 2002) About the Questionnaire Background ... Accessibility

20. Health Education Board For Scotland, HEBS, Health Promotion, Health Information
Information including heart disease, cancer, stroke, mental health, HIV and sexual health, oral health, accidents and safety, smoking, diet, physical activity, alcohol misuse and drug misuse.
NHS Health Scotland On 1 April 2003, the Health Education Board for Scotland (HEBS) and the Public Health Institute of Scotland (PHIS) will merge to become NHS Health Scotland. Over the coming months the websites of the two organisations will continue as usual as proposals to merge the sites are developed. Please email us with your suggestions about our new website. Graham Robertson, Chief Executive NHS Health Scotland.
Text home Health Topics About HEBS ... Conditions of use New Braveheart area New Health Promoting Health Service website New Healthyliving website
Welcome to HEBSWEB, the web site of the Health Education Board for Scotland (HEBS). The Health Education Board for Scotland is Scotland's national agency for health education, health promotion, health advice and health information. HEBSWEB provides Scotland's most comprehensive source of health education, health promotion, health information and health advice resources and services. HEBSWEB contains extensive information and resources focussed around Scotland's priority health education and health advice topics. Specific areas include heart disease, cancer and stroke, healthy living and substance misuse.

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