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Test first. See my vegan page for more info 'Plant-based Evidence / Paleo Diet'
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Data showing reduced cancer risk for people eating a plant-based diet comes from Asia, where tofu is a regular part of the diet. In addition, in Asian populations it appears that those who eat more tofu have a reduced risk of cancer relative to those who do not. For example:
http://www.ncbi..../pubmed/24774066 "...consumption of soy foods is associated with a reduced risk of ovarian cancer in southern Chinese women."
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24453272 "....We conclude that soy intake possibly decreases the risk of breast cancer among Japanese women."
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24606455 "Both soy food and fruit are significantly associated with decreased risk of breast cancer among Chinese females, and vegetables also seems to be protective while dietary fatexerts a promoting influence."
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24153343 In Korea: "Our study suggests that soy product consumption is associated with lower breast cancer risk and it had an interaction with BRCA mutation."
More: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=tofu+cancer+Asia
A lot of the evidence for the cancer-preventive effect of plant-based diets comes from studies of tofu-eating populations.
In those tofu-eating populations, the people who eat more tofu regularly appear to have lower cancer risks than those who eat less.
Also, tofu is processed with nigari, which is rich in calcium, so traditional tofu (not the aseptic brands) serves as a rich source of calcium, far richer than whole beans.
Soy is richer in some amino acids than other legumes.
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Why do you want to take collagen? Veggies are a good source, and celery particularly gives a natural face lift.
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Awesome. Please comment back with the blood improvements :)
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Sea salt contains tiny particles of plastic from the sea.
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A plant-based diet is low in salt in any case. My blood pressure is low end. Does pink salt definitely contain lead?
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Herbs are powerful, including alongside a whole foods, plant-based diet.
Has h-pylori been ruled out? The tests can be unreliable, with people reporting negatives before a positive.
A review on therapeutic potential of Nigella sativa: A miracle herb (In one of his Q & As, Dr.Greger said he will be covering this soon)
https://www.ncbi...cles/PMC3642442/
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Dry heating like roasting is not most optimal, but a whole food plant diet is full of vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients, so just do your best. Someone said raw buckwheat (white rather than brown) tastes even nicer.
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The vegan doctors recommend avoiding all oil.
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Are you able to keep to oil-free? Avoiding oil and keeping to a whole food vegan diet has been proven to reverse type 2 diabetes.
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Steve Jobs wasn't a long-term vegan https://www.drmc...1nl/nov/jobs.htm plus he had high exposure to chemicals.
Do you have symptoms of h-pylori (bloat / reflux)?
CBD oil is reported helpful for cancer.
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Dr.Greger says foods aren't good or bad, just better or worse. Just do the best you can do.
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Does he have any videos on prostate? Check it out, and all your foods in the search bar on his site.
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Processing won't remove arsenic. Just eat plant protein if you want to focus on this for bodybuilding (beans, lentils, tofu, nuts, seeds, quinoa, buckwheat, tempeh, seitan).
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See my post above. The site also explains that B12 and folic / folate need each other for healing. Also potassium and iron rich plant foods.
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In her youtube video, The Fruit Doctor said the herb devil's claw improved hers.
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^^ info site, no product recommendations or anything for sale.
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Folic acid supplement, potassium rich plant food, iron rich plant food, vitamin B complex supplement.
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The World Health Organisation says there isn't any unsafe dose of B12, even at high levels and with an above range result. The site on the vegan link above recommends that B12s co-factors are important though.
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Seizures, or fainting, or digestive issues, or tinnitus? See the B12 post on my vegan page here (important to read before action) https://www.face.../?type=3&theater
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Long-term consumption of total rice, white rice or brown rice was not associated with risk of developing cancer in US men and women. https://www.ncbi.../pubmed/26219234
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Dr.McDougall for those who need to eat Gluten-free
Grains:
Amaranth
Buckwhea t (or kasha)
Corn
Job's tears
Millet
Quinoa
Rice
Sorghum
Teff
Wild rice
Oats*
Other Foods:
All root vegeta bles, like potatoes, yams, sweet potatoes, a nd cassava-root (tapioca)
All legumes**, more specifica lly, beans (including soy and chickpeas), peas a nd lentils
All green, yellow, and orange vegetables
All fruits
*Oats have been demonstrated in multiple studies to be free of toxic proteins a nd can be tolerated by most, but not all, people
with celiac disease; but there is worry that commercial oat products may be contamina ted with wheat.
**Legumes create extra gas, sometimes causing bloating a nd bowel discomfort. This reaction may be confused with symptoms of
celia c disease and whea t sensitivity.
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