Prevention and the Search for a Cure Go Hand-in-Hand

Patients with active myeloma need the best treatment and, understandably, they are keenly interested in the search for a cure. But to prevent myeloma in the first place, we need a deep understanding of the disease. This understanding will lead to a world without myeloma by accelerating true disease eradication or cure. 

Fresh and health food choices for the summer

I have written a lot about healthy food choices, so recent articles stressing the benefits of the Mediterranean-style diet caught my eye. Apparently, it is not easy for Americans to switch to this healthier approach, with its emphasis on fish and fresh fruits and vegetables, writes journalist and author Paul Greenberg this week in the New York Times. And the dietary habits we cling to in the U.S. not only affect our own health, he notes, they impact the nation’s approach to farming and education about diet.

Saturated fat reconsidered, traces of herbicide in ice cream, and a curcumin success story

News about food is often a mix of conflicting advice and dubious claims. Three thought-provoking articles published this week caught my eye and offer plenty of food for thought.

Is prevention of myeloma within reach?

Could myeloma be prevented through dietary recommendations, lifestyle changes, and occupational precautions? There is growing evidence that intervention strategies such as these might offer hope—and these ideas will be tested for the first time in the Black Swan Research-funded iStopMM® project in Iceland.

Real Food for 2017

 
As many of you know, I have written close to 20 blog posts about food (available here), a favorite topic.  The subject has been in the news so often lately that it seems like a good time to update my comments.

Pages