Foundation for Advancement in Cancer Therapy
Non-Toxic Biological Approaches to the Theories,
Treatments and Prevention of Cancer

Our 53rd Year

Foods of the Week


    May 18, 2010 - Category: Foods of the Week

    Lentils have been cultivated for thousands of years, since the Bronze Age but they do not grow wild. They are legumes, and their protein content is second only to soybeans and contains as much protein as many muscle types of meat. Therapeutic Value of Lentils Lentils neutralize muscle acids in the body and are especially…LENTILS

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    The benefits of an apple

    March 15, 2010 - Category: Foods of the Week

    Though apples are the most versatile of fruits, eaten for their zest and flavor, they also have many valuable characteristics, health and nutrition-wise which can become a worthy tool in beating cancer or any illness. The benefits of Apples are: Vitamins A and C found in apples promote growth, help ward off colds. The minerals…The benefits of an apple

  • Cabbage—an Ancient Food with Timeless Nutritional Value

    February 8, 2010 - Category: Foods of the Week

    The cabbage was widely grown in ancient China and holds timeless nutritional value.  In fact, the workers on the Great Wall were fed on cabbage and rice.  When winter came, the wine was added to the cabbage to preserve it, producing a sour cabbage pleasant to the taste, which didn’t spoil and a thousand years…Cabbage—an Ancient Food with Timeless Nutritional Value