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William Li: Can we eat to starve cancer?

Categories: Food Energetics, Western Medicine You can watch his video and in the subject. Very interesting. At around 11 min he begins to discuss foods. Here is a growing list of foods that inhibit angiogenesis (blood vessel growth) that could then help to starve a tumor or cancer. Green Tea, Strawberries, Blackberries, respberries, blueberris, oranges, grapefruit, lemons, apples, pineapple, cherries, red grapes, red wine, bok choy, kale, soy bean, ginseng, maitake mushroom, licorice, tumeric, nutmeg artichokes, lavender, pumpkin, sea cucumber, tuna, parsley, garlic, tomato, olive oil, grape seed oil, dark chocolate, other.. They also […]

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What is the best way to eat healthy during winter?

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What is the best way to eat healthy during winter? Going Inside and Warming Up from Compared to every other season of the year, winter is a time for being inside, and especially around the savory smells of a kitchen in full use. Yes, it is colder outside, and we may need extra calories to stay warm. The reason is: warming up! Nothing is more satisfying on a brisk wintry day than a hearty hot bowl of soup. The idea of your oven compartments and stovetop burners being more active […]

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Quick links to food energetics

Categories: Food Energetics

Hello Classmates, I found a helpful link to some basic food energetics information: Also, a much longer article from the Journal of Chinese Medicine circa 1998 on the Energetics of Food. If you enjoy that article here is a link to a website by the article’s author, Daverick Leggett, with much more information. Have a great weekend and I bought all my groceries to cook for you on Tuesday. Marta

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