Cancer advice

A collection of information, advice and tips from the experts at Healthy Food Guide.

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Essential nutrition: Have you got the winning numbers?

The way we feel can be an indication of whether...

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Ask the experts: Risk of bowel cancer from...

Q. I’ve heard the risk of bowel cancer from eating...

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Fighting cancer: Nutrition can help

Strategies and nutrition information on how to help fight through...

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Eating for a healthy prostate

Virginia McMillan talks to the experts about a common cancer...

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How to be breast cancer aware

The death rate from breast cancer has fallen in New...

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Cut your cancer risk: 10 easy things you...

We all know there’s no one magic food or action...

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Science update: Skin cancer

HFG senior nutritionist Rose Carr brings us the latest updates...

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Behind the headlines: Omega-3 and prostate cancer

A recent study suggesting a link between omega-3 intake and...

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Cutting your cancer risk

Niki answers readers’ questions about the recent World Health Organization...

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Eating during cancer

Dietitian Charlotte Graydon has help for people going through one...

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Ask the experts: Breast cancer

Here’s what we need to know about being ‘breast aware’. Breast...

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Soy: The bottom line

Soy is often reported to have both beneficial and harmful...

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Don't die of embarrassment: Bowel cancer screening

Think bowel cancer can’t happen to you – or just...

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Ask the experts: Folic acid and cancer

Q: "I've heard that too much folic acid can cause...

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Science update: Bacon, ham, salami, and cancer

What are the links between processed meats such as ham...

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Breast cancer update

October is Breast Cancer Action Month. Here’s what’s new in...

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