The Bedford Real World Study asked a large, real-world group of patients to rank their troublesome symptoms from cancer treatment and explored how this relates to patients’ decisions to initiate self-help nutritional strategies.
Between 2000/2001 and 2013/2014, global sugar consumption grew from about 130 to 178 million tonnes.
In the UK, a total of 62,809 patients with diabetes were found to have a higher risk of colon and pancreatic cancer compared to a similar population without diabetes. Diabetics who were also obese had the highest number of cancers.
A recent study reported a X6 increase in prostate cancer among intensively training cyclists compared other cyclists. Prof Thomas, a Consultant Oncologist and Exercise Scientist explains in Cycling Weekly why the data should not make men stop cycling provided some simple precautions are considered. To […]
It is often quoted that fructose has less of a negative impact on the body than glucose. This confusion probably arises because fructose is the most common sugar in fruit.