Health Basics - Cancer / Disease

Low Carb
Many cancers and diseases can be traced back to diet. Here are studies and research on how to eat to keep yourself as healthy as possible.

Anti-Inflammatory Foods star
There are many times that you want to choose foods to eat that help to soothe inflammatory reactions from allergies or other issues. These foods will help you with anti-inflammatory energy while staying low carb as well.

Calcium Deposits - Joint Pain star
Calcium deposits are caused by calcium building up in your joints, causing joint pain. Here is information on this situation and helpful tips to ease it.

Candida Yeast and Low Carb star
Candida Yeast problems plague many women at some point in their lives. Luckily, a low carb diet can really help with this problem! Why? Because yeast feeds on sugar!

High Carb Intake Linked to Breast Cancer star
In a study done in Mexico, women who ate high carb diets were over twice as likely to come down with breast cancer. This reinforces the results of previous studies.

Low Calorie Diets Extend Life star
Research has shown for years that animals on a low calorie diet live longer. A recent study shows that even if this diet is taken on in midlife years, the benefits are the same.

Low Carb and Blood Thinners star
If you're being prescribed blood thinners, and are eating a low carb diet (or any high-veggie diet), make sure you know how to make sure the two work well together.

Low Carb and Prostate Cancer star
A study done on mice by the University of Alabama found that mice on low carb diets only had 1/3 chance of prostate cancer vs those on a high carb diet.

Uric Acid Crystals - Joint Pain star
Low carb dieters are often interested in easing joint pain. Sometimes joint pain is caused by a buildup of uric acid crystals. What is this, and how do you remove them?

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