PLANTBASEDDIET: News about cancer and how it metastasizes?

https://nutritionfacts.org/video/what-causes-cancer-to-metastasize/?utm_source=NutritionFacts.org&utm_campaign=e870954e05-A_B_Daily_Video_Added_Content_What_Cause&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_40f9e497d1-e870954e05-25228005&mc_cid=e870954e05&mc_eid=f40a62cbab

What Causes Cancer to Metastasize?
Michael Greger M.D. FACLM June 7th, 2021 Volume 54 

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Palmitic acid, a saturated fat concentrated in meat and dairy, can boost the metastatic potential of cancer cells through the fat receptor CD36.

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I wonder why we humans haven’t realized the connection between diet and disease?

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Benefits of Blueberries for Artery Function | NutritionFacts.org

What is the optimum dose of wild blueberries to eat at a meal?

Source: Benefits of Blueberries for Artery Function | NutritionFacts.org

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Who knew that these blueberries are a natural probiotic with such powerful effects even a day later.

Blueberries all around.

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PBD: Substitute Veggies for Meat

https://www.care2.com/greenliving/what-is-the-natural-human-diet.html

What Is the Natural Human Diet?

What can our nutrient requirements, metabolism, and physiology tell us about what we should be eating?

There are three broad theories about evolution and food. One is that humans have become adapted to grains and other products of the agricultural revolution over the last 10,000 years.

Two is the paleo view “that 10,000 years is a blink of an evolutionary eye, and that humans are adapted to paleolithic diets with a lot of lean meat,” but why stop there?

The third theory is that the last 200,000 years “is a minute of the evolutionary year” when we were mostly Stone Age humans and represents just the last 1 percent of the roughly 20 million years we’ve been evolving since our common great ape ancestor.

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PLANTBASEDDIET: Never too late? Hope so!

https://nutritionfacts.org/video/never-too-late-to-start-eating-healthier/

Never Too Late to Start Eating Healthier
Michael Greger M.D. FACLM  January 16th, 2015  Volume 22

Since many tumors take decades to grow it’s remarkable that cancer risk can so dramatically be reduced– even late in life.

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Well, we’ll see if that applies to those of us over seventy.  I’m not sure if I can do it.  It’s hard to overcome a lifetime of pallet training.  Argh! 

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