Another newsletter went out this week! LOVE sharing all of this healthy info with you and I'd love it if you shared with your friends. This is a very important topic!
Lastly, there are several "PINK" varieties on Sale at Mary's Heirloom Seeds that will expire 10/15/13...Tomorrow (see below).
recent study from the National Cancer Institute found that individuals
who ate the most allium vegetables (red onions, scallions, garlic,
chives and leeks) had a nearly 50 percent lower cancer risk than those
who ate the least. Some laboratory studies have shown that the natural
substances in these vegetables have anti-tumor effects. Other studies
link the vegetables with a lower risk of cancer of the colon, stomach,
prostate, esophagus, breast and endometrium (lining of the uterus)."
forms of selenium, a trace mineral in plants and grain-fed animal
protein, may guard against breast cancer by normalizing the body's
circadian rhythms (the internal clock that regulates how many estrogen
receptors -- often linked to the disease -- your cells produce). Get
your beneficial daily dose, 55 micrograms, with the selenium-rich foods
here and double down on their other health perks.
is thought to be partly responsible for about 30% to 40% of all
cancers. But diet alone is unlikely to be the "cause" or "cure" of
cancer. Although more research needs to be done on diet and breast
cancer, findings suggest that physical activity, a healthy diet
(particularly one low in fat and high in vegetables and fiber), and a
healthy weight can help reduce the risk of breast cancer or the cancer