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High Refined Sugar Diet May Increase Risk of Ovarian Cancer PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dr Vasilev   
Sunday, 03 February 2008 17:54
We have known for years that poorly controlled blood glucose literally poisons the body. In the long run it leads to chronic diseases, and more recent data includes cancer in that grouping. A recent Canadian study showed that diets high in refined carbohydrates my greatly increase your risk of developing ovarian cancer.

Last Updated on Monday, 11 February 2008 10:19
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Cancer, Primary and Recurrence Prevention: The Mediterranean Diet PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dr Vasilev   
Thursday, 06 December 2007 13:11
Studies suggest that a natural anti-oxidant  diet rich in fresh fruit and vegetables protects from the risk of most common epithelial cancers, including those of the digestive tract, and also several nondigestive neoplasms.  This may have implications for both primary prevention of cancer AND getting you on track for what is perhaps a scientifically sound strategy to prevent recurrence!
Last Updated on Monday, 11 February 2008 10:21
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Can Pot Cure Cancer? PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dr Vasilev   
Tuesday, 04 December 2007 10:51
Researchers at the California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute are suggesting that a compound found in cannabis may stop breast cancer from metastasizing or spreading. Cannabidiol, or CBD, could develop into a non-toxic alternative to chemotherapy some years down the road, if animal and human trials bear out its effectiveness. The article notes that smoking cannabis will not deliver significant quantities of CBD.
Last Updated on Sunday, 10 February 2008 05:38
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Glycemic Index & Fighting Cancer PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dr Vasilev   
Saturday, 09 June 2007 11:33
The Glycemic Index is recognized by the World Health Organization and it measures the quality of carbohydrates and their impact on your blood sugar levels. Carbohydrates that break down slowly, encouraging stable blood sugar levels, rate well or "low" on the Glycemic Index, versus those that rate higher because they break down too quickly and cause your insulin levels to spike and your body to store fat while also leaving you hungry soon after a meal. It's the difference between "good" carbs and "bad" carbs. Recent medical publications support the idea that a high glycemic index diet  increases risk for at least endometrial, ovarian and colorectal cancers. Is monitoring your diet for Low Glycemic Index  important during treatment as well?
Last Updated on Sunday, 10 February 2008 05:38
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Ovarian Cancer Patients Often Malnourished PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dr Vasilev   
Saturday, 10 February 2007 05:09

In the face of developing data that nutritional status and exercise significantly impact survival and quality of life in cancer patients, a recent study from Queensland Centre for Gynaecological Cancer, The Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital, Brisbane, Australia showed that malnutrition in gynecologic cancer patients is a very significant problem. This is especially true in women who have ovarian cancer.

Last Updated on Sunday, 10 February 2008 05:39
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Low Fat Diet May Improve Survival in Breast Cancer PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dr Vasilev   
Friday, 09 February 2007 18:23
A fairly stringent  low-fat diet in women with early-stage breast cancer resulted in a very impressive 42% risk reduction in cancer recurrence or death in women with hormone receptor-negative tumors, according to the second follow-up data analysis from the Women's Intervention Nutrition Study (WINS) presented at the December 2006  29th Annual Breast Cancer Symposium held in San Antonio.
Last Updated on Sunday, 10 February 2008 05:39
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