Huh. Ya’ think?
And do you think that the finding that “eating more fruits and vegetables and healthful grains was associated with a longer survival time,” could cross over and be a truthful statement for just about any cancer patient?
I say: YES!
I’ll even go out on a limb here and take it one step further: I’ll bet you’ll find longer survival rates in general – and better quality of life –among the population that practices a healthy diet, whether or not they already have found a cancer or not.
Yes, Yes, Yes!
I love it when clinical studies prove what we know to be universal truths: People who eat a healthier, whole foods-based diet fall ill less frequently, heal and recover faster when they do, and generally feel better on a daily basis than those who live off of processed “foodstuffs.”
It’s even more important for cancer survivors and others with compromised bodies – like those of us with MS– to focus mostly on a plant-based, high antioxident diet to encourage healing and healthy cell growth and function
So, thanks, University of Illinois at Chicago, for proving what mom always said!