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Modifying Food Environments for Better Health
November 20, 2013 | Issue 136
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Modifying Food Environments for Better Health

From markets to vending machines, there is growing research that the food choices around us make a difference in what people eat, weigh and ultimately, cancer risk.

Also In This Issue:

Not Enough Evidence to Recommend Supplements for Cancer, Heart Disease Protection

New Lifestyle Guidelines for Heart Health, Similar for Cancer Prevention

Phone Counseling Helps Breast Cancer Survivors to Better Health

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Research Roundup

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A new review suggests multivitamins do not protect against heart disease. At least among individuals who were nutritionally healthy.

 

Heart Formed of Veggies

New guidelines on lifestyle management for heart health add to the body of research showing that diet and physical activity recommendations are similar for both heart health and cancer prevention.

 

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Phone counseling may be as effective as in-person counseling to help breast cancer survivors eat healthy, exercise and lose weight, according to a study.

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