The Importance of Nutrition in Cancer Prevention & Treatment
Guest Post by Kirsten Halbrich Oudin, ASN’s Dietetic Intern I am a dietetic intern with the American Society for Nutrition
Policies encouraging healthy eating could greatly cut cancer-related costs
Using sophisticated models, researchers examine how various warning labels and taxes targeting diet would reduce cancer cases and cancer-associated costs
Should You Eat More Dried Fruit?
Review published in Advances in Nutrition presents evidence that dried fruit consumption may be more effective than fresh fruit in
Can Omega-3 Fatty Acids Lower Your Risk of Cancer?
Scientific review published in Advances in Nutrition finds, despite mounting studies, there isn’t enough strong evidence Consumers have been urged
Vitamin D and Cancer Risk – A potential magic bullet?
Vitamin D, also known as cholecalciferol, plays an important role in bone health and muscle strength and is essential for
Revisiting Fiber and Colorectal Cancer
By Kevin Klatt Colorectal cancers are the third most common worldwide, and represent one of the major areas of prevention
How can we implement better health behaviors in cancer survivors?
Lifestyle interventions targeted at obtaining/maintaining a healthy body weight and/or incorporating physical activity and healthy eating habits have great potential
Diets that promote inflammation could increase breast cancer risk
Analysis of dietary patterns for over 350,000 women suggests eating more anti-inflammatory foods helps lower risk Rockville, Maryland (June 7,
How Much Risk do Red or Processed Meats Pose?
By Caitlin Dow, PhD If you’ve spent any time on the internet in the last couple of months, you’ve likely
A new rationale for breastfeeding – the benefits for the Mom!
By: Mary Scourboutakos Presently in America breastfeeding rates are sub-par. While the World Health Organization recommends exclusive breastfeeding for up