Health Advice: Diet & Nutrition
The facts on diet and breast cancer.
No, but some can provide a safety net.
What sorts of diet and lifestyle changes can suffice?
Not all carbohydrates are created equal.
It's easier when food manufacturers do the hard work.
Maybe a multi, calcium and magnesium, fish oil, and vitamin D.
It's clear that just cutting out fat doesn't prevent breast or colon cancer.
Parents need to model healthful eating, and not focus on weight or looks.
Vitamin D's health benefits argue for getting higher doses.
Doing away with all fat, even unsaturated fat, can be harmful.