The Tao of Politics

One of my main concerns is: how can I make a difference? There are thousands of political blogs out there. It’s easy to get lost in that ocean. So I may blog about politics on occasion, or I may blog about health issues, depending on where my interests lead me, and where I feel I can contribute something of significance.

Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Someone asked me recently if broccoli has any effect on prostate health or prostate cancer. If you Google the terms broccoli prostate you come up with quite a few articles that suggest that broccoli blocks the growth of prostate cancer cells (as well as other cancers if you search broccoli cancer.) If you Google the terms broccoli prostate cancer you come up with a bunch of other articles, including something we talked about awhile back, i.e., broccoli (cruciferous vegetables) and curry/turmeric are supposed to be great cancer fighters when eaten together, as well as broccoli and tomatoes, to which I alluded just a few days ago on November 22. I cook a dish with red kidney beans, macaroni, broccoli, curry, and tomato sauce that I like a lot. I posted the recipe on my blog The Tao of Love. Maybe some of these references will help. Hopefully the reader will do more research on this for himself.

Speaking of prostate health, soy extract containing genistein, may be helpful against prostate cancer.

Eating a lot of bacon may lead to bladder cancer.

There was an article recently on the restorative powers of chocolate milk for athletes. In response to that, this writer says “Milk is not a health food.” She explains that position and goes on to suggest better alternatives (i.e. water or conventional sports drinks) for athletes to drink.

Everyone wants to be happy. Here is an article that discusses happiness.

It sounds a little funny or odd when you talk about a wine diet. That’s what winos and alcoholics do, isn’t it? They follow a wine diet? That can lead to all kinds of health problems. Wine, however, taken in moderation can contribute to our good health. Roger Corder has written a new book entitled The Wine Diet. There is a discussion of the ideas behind the book here. The book is available on Amazon UK for those who are interested in buying a copy. There are other books available with a similar subject.



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