Foods to Fight Cancer

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    Discover key foods that can help to prevent cancer, with advice from oncology experts based on leading research One-third of all cancers are linked to poor diet. Minimise your risk of developing the disease with Foods to Fight Cancer, the anticancer guide that will dispel the myths and give you the facts about your food. Discover how you can help to prevent cancer with every meal by incorporating foods like garlic, cabbage, and tomatoes into your diet, and learn which herbs and spices can lower help to lower cancer risk. See the benefits behind each cancer-fighting food and the properties that make these essential to your diet. Bringing together more than a decade's worth of oncological research, using recommendations from the World Cancer Research Fund, Foods to Fight Cancer is a vital read for anyone looking to improve their health, improve their diet, and fight cancer. Previous edition ISBN 9781405319157

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    Number of Pages: 240
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9780241274347
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    Listed in: Cookery for specific diets & conditions
    Publisher: DK

    Books by Richard Beliveau

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