Smart + Strong.
All Rights Reserved.
Smart + Strong®
is a registered trademark of CDM Publishing, LLC.
People with melanoma can modify lifestyle factors such as diet, stress and the gut microbiome to improve treatment outcomes.
It’s estimated that 50% of colorectal cancer cases can be prevented with diet and lifestyle changes. A new study offers more insight.
Low fiber consumption and use of probiotics were linked to poorer response to checkpoint inhibitors for melanoma patients.
There is no one “diet” that is right for sleep, and there are a broad range of foods that fit well in a sleep-promoting diet.
Fiber intake of 20 grams was linked to longer survival for advanced melanoma patients—but use of probiotics was linked to worse outcomes.
These tacos are a delicious package full of immune-boosting phytonutrients, fiber and plant-based proteins.
Good sources of fiber include fruits, beans, grains and vegetables.
A diet with the highest amounts of fiber and yogurt consumption is associated with a 33% reduced risk.
A high-fiber diet may help checkpoint medications work better—but probiotic supplements could interfere with response.
The greatest benefit was attributed to fiber from cereals and whole grains, according to the report.
You have been inactive for 60 minutes and will be logged out in . Any updates not saved will be lost.
Click here to log back in.