By Leyla Muedin MS, RD, CDN
Q: I have recently been diagnosed with diverticulosis. I am researching which foods to avoid and which to eat – however, I’m getting conflicting information. Can you clear this up for me? A: Diverticulosis is very common, especially in those over the…read more
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By Dr. Ronald Hoffman
In the 1960’s, successful British surgeon Denis Burkitt traveled to Uganda to undertake a medical mission among the African native population. There, he characterized a rare form of cancer, eventually to be named “Burkitt’s lymphoma.” But Burkitt is probably best…read more
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PhytoGuard taps the benefits of phyto-(plant) nutrients now associated with prevention of degenerative conditions, cancer and heart disease.
PhytoGuard is richly endowed with a high potency extract of green tea, whose polyphenols are now extensively researched for their cancer-blocking potential. Indoles from broccoli extract have specific chemopreventive activity. Curcumin has a broad range of applications in cancer prevention and modulation of inflammatory disorders. Quercetin supplies biflavonoid activity. Tomato-derived lycopene completes PhytoGuard's rich roster of protective nutrients.
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