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1) Eat your G-BOMBS: G-BOMBS (greens, beans, onions, mushrooms, berries and seeds) have powerful anti-cancer effects.
Also, the onion family (onions, garlic, leeks, shallots, scallions, and chives) have organ-sulfur compounds with anti-cancer effects.
2) Reduce consumption of animal protein
3) Eat lots of tomatoes, especially cooked
Happiness and food are really highly connected, from the pleasure of cooking and eating to the changes in brain chemistry that food can bring about.
Many people are made miserable by food but if we switch that around we can use food to make ourselves happier!
From breakfast smoothies to salmon salad, the meals below are tasty ways to feel good.
Unlike other diet books that make big promises, Eat More, Weigh Less, by Dean Ornish, MD, soft-pedals the health claims for this diet for the masses, adapted from his regimen to reverse heart disease.
Ornish is well known in the medical community because of his success in reversing blockages to the heart, once thought impossible without surgery or drugs.
The Atkins Diet is a popular low-carbohydrate diet and lifelong eating plan created in 1972 by cardiologist Robert C. Atkins.
The Atkins Diet restricts carbohydrates while emphasizing protein and fats.
The Atkins Diet has several phases for weight loss and maintenance, starting out with a very low carbohydrate eating plan.
One of the best ways to jump-start a successful school day is to provide children with a nutritious morning meal.
This doesn’t necessarily mean serving traditional breakfast foods. Here are some options recommended:
Fiber rich and whole-grain cereals with low fat milk, Yogurt and berries, Toast, eggs and 100 percent fruit juice, Whole-wheat bagels and cheese or eggs with low-fat milk,....