Cancer | Better Believe It!



Science has shown that a meat-free, plant-based diet can reduce the risk of developing cancer or help conquer it when it does occur. In addition to the above video, here are 9 statistics from scientific studies published in peer-reviewed journals. A few of them are not necessarily vegan studies, but all have to do with plant-based diets. A vegan diet inhibits the growth of prostate cancer cells 8 times more than a control group. In this study, patients with prostate cancer who did not undergo conventional therapy were put on a lifestyle modification regimen for 1 year which included: vegan diet supplemented with soy (tofu) fish oil (3g daily) Vitamin E (400IU), Vitamin C (2g daily), and selenium (200 mcg daily) Moderate aerobic exercise (walking 30 min./day, 6 days a week) stress management techniques (yoga, meditation) – 60 min./day participation in a 1-hour support group weekly Results: PSA (a marker…