According to two recent studies, only the consumption of monounsaturated fats originating from plants is associated with decreases in the risks of cardiovascular disease and of premature death. Download the column
A Dutch study, performed for the World Cancer Research Fund, showed that adoption of a Mediterranean diet reduced the risk of developing hormone-independent breast cancer by 40%. Download the column
A very large majority of pancreatic cancers are incurable and thus prevention remains the only useful approach to combat this disease. To this end, recent results indicate that the simple act of regularly consuming nuts can significantly reduce the risk of developing this fatal disease. Download this column
Young girls who regularly eat peanut butter are at less risk of developing precancerous lesions in their breasts when they are adults. Which shows that good old peanut butter remains quite superior to all of the modern products, hypertransformed and overloaded with sugar, that have been invented by the industry for breakfast or snacks. Download this column.
Regular consumption of tree nuts like pistachios is associated with a significant reduction in the risk of cardiovascular disease. Studies have suggested that other phenomena related to blood circulation, such as erections, can also be improved by consumption of these exceptional foods. Download this column.