Flashback Friday: Never Too Late to Start Eating Healthier

Since many tumors take decades to grow it’s remarkable that cancer risk can so dramatically be reduced– even late in life.

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How amazing the human body is if we just treat it right! This reminds me of videos like Lifestyle Medicine: Treating the Causes of Disease ( or How Many Meet the Simple Seven ( where simple changes can lead to tremendous differences in health outcomes. So please don’t allow the perfect to become the enemy of the good. Any movement we can make towards improving our diet can help. Though the earlier the better: See Heart Disease Starts in Childhood ( and Back in Circulation: Sciatica and Cholesterol (

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-Michael Greger, MD FACLM

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