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Hey, Thanks for posting these are very helpful information for all.
Good foods for Good diet. I believe that good food is organic food without materials harmful to the body. therefore, this means that the Organic food is good for a good diet.
I agree with bard callagge that any diet that includes fish is not a “vegetarian” diet. Anyways Beneficial information for those having more intake of Red meat, Become a vegetarian as you all know ‘prevention is better than cure!’
“Among those who ate a vegetarian diet that included fish, the reduction in risk was even greater”…
Any diet that includes fish is not a “vegetarian” diet.
thank you , i love this content
yes it is true, the cancer is not treated should be avoided. But we never know that cancer can strike at any time. But if we can maintain a good diet, I’m sure all of it is not going to happen.
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My father suffered from colon cancer in 1998,so this information is very important to me.
Thanks for posting, these are very helpful information. You are helping people to be more aware about colon cancer.
In general for any cancer meat sometimes turns out to be a carcinogen so its better to give up meat those who eat, so that we can overcome another risk.
What is the importance of the food pyramid in fighting cancer?
Thanks for sharing a nice and useful information.
I have an enlarged prostate that causes me to urinate often (8 to 10 times daily), and burns while urinating. i have to see the Urologist next week, and hope he does not think about operating.
The swollen prostate gland has shrunk due to the following:
I have used fresh frozen cranbury blended in a blender, and lightly mixed with water no sugar, and within one week i noticed the burning sensation was gone urine output increased by 30%..
I also did an exercise in the area of the prostate between the anus, and the penis placing my finger between them, and feeling the contraction that i create, that help to strengthen the muscles that control urine, and sperm output, plus stronger penis erection resulting in increased ability to control urine output.
Older people loose a lot of muscle mass; i think many problems are due to weak muscles even snoring; never stop exercising.
Note This is not copied from anyone.
I confirm the findings.
Thanks for sharing a nice and useful information. good post sir keep it up 🙂
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