Cancer, Diet AND Macrobiotics

Kushi, Michio
September 2002
Share Guide;Sep/Oct2002, Issue 63, p18
Recommends the Central Diet outlined in the book 'The Cancer Prevention Diet.' View of cancer as a disease of excess; Distinction between the tendencies of yin and yang cancers; Importance of proper chewing; Caution about eating before going to bed; Style of cooking vegetables for yin and yang cancers; Daily beverages.


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