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    February 2007       ON DIET, NUTRITION AND CANCER PREVENTION           Issue 8


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Marilyn Gentry

Marilyn Gentry

Eating for lower cancer risk doesn't have to mean eliminating all processed snacks. Just go easy on some of the old favorites and leave room for fruits and vegetables that haven't been processed to death. Here are some articles that will help you make wise food choices.

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AICR is the cancer charity that fosters research on diet and cancer prevention and educates the public about the results.

What the Research Says

Some Like It Hot

Cancer researchers are all fired up about chili peppers.  Read More

Potato Trade-Offs

What’s really left of the good ole tater after it’s processed into a salty snack?  Read More

Screaming for Ice Cream Alternatives

Here’s the skinny on healthier options… Read More

Research On Your Plate 

Relish Good Health with Salsa

Recipes for the healthy, spicy sauce that adds cancer-fighting ingredients to all kinds of dishes.  Read More

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