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Food Therapies




A. Beans & Legumes
A.1.  Black beans (Phaseolus)
1. Black beans (Phaseolus) and Antioxidant effects 
2. Black beans (Phaseolus) and Lipoprotein
3. Black beans (Phaseolus) and Prostatic hyperplasia
4. Black beans (Phaseolus) and Colon Cancer 
5. Black beans (Phaseolus) and Gastric cancer

A.2. Dried peas (Pisum) 
1. Dried peas and Types 2 Diabetes
2. Dried peas as Antioxidant
3. Food Therapy - Dried peas and colon cancer
4. Food Therapy - Dried Peas and Weight loss

A.3. Garbanzo beans (chickpeas, Cicer)
A.4. Kidney beans ( Phaseolus)
A.5. Lentils (Lens)
A,6, Lima beans (Phaseolus)
A.7. Miso
A.8. Navy beans (Phaseolus)
A.9. Pinto beans (Phaseolus)
A.10. Soybeans (Glycine)
The Science of Soy - The East, West and East-West Viewpoints
A. The East
A.1. In Japanese population
26.1 Soy and the risk of cerebral infarction (CI) and myocardial infarction (MI) in Japan population
26.2. The Science of Soy - The Eastern Viewpoints; Part A2: Soy and Risk of Breast cancer in Japanese Population
3. The Science of Soy - The East Viewpoints: Part A3 - Soy and Prostate Cancer in Japanese Men
4. The Science of Soy - The East Viewpoints: Part A4 Soy and Obesity in Japanese 
5. The Science of Soy - The East Viewpoints: Part A5 - Soy and Menopause Symptoms in Japanese

A.11.  Soy sauce

B. Whole Grains
# Brown rice or Hulled rice's

Corn (Zea mays)
# Rye (Cereale)
# Spelt (Triticum spelta) 
# Buckwheat
# Millet (Echinochloa) 
# Quinoa (Chenopodium) 
# Oats ((Avena sativa)
# Whole wheat (Triticum)

C. Vegetables
C.1. Asparagus (Asparagus officinalis)
1. Asparagus and Immunomodulatory activity
2. Asparagus and Blood cholesterol
3. Asparagus and Liver Cancer
4. Asparagus and Cancers
C.2. Beet (Beta vulgaris)
1. Beet (Beta vulgaris) and Cancers
2. Beet (Beta vulgaris) and Type 2 diabetes
3. Beet (Beta vulgaris) and Hypertension
4. Beet (Beta vulgaris) as antioxidants
5. Beet (Beta vulgaris) and Cardiovascular diseases

C.3.  Cruciferous vegetables [(Broccoli (Calabrese cultivar), Brussels Sprouts (Brassica oleracea), Cabbage (Brassica oleracea)  Cauliflower (Brassica Oleracea)]
1.  Cruciferous vegetables and Prostate cancer
2. Cruciferous vegetables and breast cancer
3. Cruciferous vegetables and Cancer prevention
4. Cruciferous vegetables and bladder cancer


C.4.  Celery (Apium graveolens) 
1. Celery and atrophic gastritis and gastric cancer progression
2. Food therapy - Celery and liver cancer
3. Celery and Alzheimer's disease
4. Food therapy - Celery and Conon Cancer
5. Food therapy - Celery and lung cancer
6. Celery and hypertension
7. Food Therapy - Celery and Oxidative Stress
8. Food Therapy - Celery and Hepatoprotective effect
9. Food Therapy - Celery and cholesterol 
10. Food Therapy - Celery and Stroke
11. Food Therapy - Celery and Dementia
12. Food Therapy - Celery and anti microbial effects
13. Food Therapy - Celery and anti Inflammatory effects

# Collard Greens (Brassica 
# Common Fig or Fig (Ficus carica) 
# Carrots (Daucus carota)
# Cucumbers (Cucumis Sativus)

# Eggplant (Solanum Melongena)
1. Food Therapy - Eggplant and cancer
2. Herbal Eggplant and Cholesterol
3. Eggplant as antioxidants
4. Eggplant and cardiovascular diseases
5. Vegetable Eggplant and Type II diabetes

# Fennel (Foeniculum Vulgare)
1. Food therapy - Fennel anti microbial activities
2. Food therapy - Fennel as antioxidants



# GARLICS (Allium sativum) 
# GINGER-ROOTS (Zingiber officinale)

# Green beans (Phaseolus Sensu Stricto)
# Green Peas (Pisum Sativum) 
# Kale (Brassica Oleracea)

# Leeks (Allium)
# Mustard Greens (Brassica) 

# Mushroom
1. Food therapy - Mushroom and Ovarian cancer
2. Food Therapy - Button Mushroom and Breast cancer
3. Food Therapy - Button Mushroom and Colon cancer
4. Button mushroom and Cardiovascular disease (CVD) 
5. Button mushroom and Prostate cancer
6. Button Mushroom and Immunologic effects
7. Button mushroom and Anti-inflammatory activities
8. Button mushroom and Hepatic Steatosis
9.  Button mushroom and Arthritis

# Onions (Allium)
# Potatoes (Solanum)
# Romaine Lettuce (Lactuca)
# Seaweed - Dulse (Palmaria)
# Squash (Cucurbita)
# Spinach (Spinacia)
# Sweet Peppers (Capsicum Annuum)
# Sweet potatoes (Ipomoea)
# Swiss chard (Beta)
# Tomatoes (Solanum)
# Turnip greens (Brassica)
# Yams (Dioscorea)

D. Fruits
D.1. Aarden Strawberries (Fragaria × ananassa)
1. Strawberries and Lipid peroxidation
2. Strawberries and Neuroprotective effects
3. Strawberries and Atherosclerosis 
4. Strawberries Anti-inflammatory activities
5. Strawberries and Diabetes
6. Strawberries and Hypertension
7. Strawberries and Heart diseases
8. Strawberries and leukaemia (CEM)
9. Strawberries and Oral cancer 
10. Strawberries and Breast cancer
11. Strawberries and Colon cancer
12. Strawberries and benign prostatic hyperplasia and prostate cancer
13. Other potential Health impacts of strawberry on human

D.2. Apple (Malus domestica)
D.3. Apricot (Prunus armeniaca) 
1. Food Therapy - Apricot and Chronic gastritis
2. Foods Therapy - Apricot and Breast cancer
3. Food Therapy - Apricot and liver cancer
4. Food Therapy - Apricot and Pancreatic cancer 
5. Food Therapy - Apricot and Colon cancer
6. Apricot and Plum, the next Generation of Oral Hygiene

D.4. Avocado
1. Food therapy - Avocado and Prostate Cancer
2. Food Therapy - Avocado and Breast cancer
3. Food Therapy - Avocado and Cholesterol
4. Avocado and Cardiovascular disease
5. Food Therapy - Avocado's Anti inflammatory effect 
6. Avocado as Antioxidant
7. Avocado and osteoarthritis 
8. Avocado and Skin health
9. Avocado and Prostate Cancer

D.5.  Banana
1. Food Therapy - Banana and Constipation
2. Foods therapy - Banana and Diabetes
3. Food therapy - Banana and Immunity
4. Food Therapy - Banana's antihyperlipidemic effects
5. Food Therapy: Banana and gastric ulcer
6. Food Therapy: Banana and Hypertension 
7. Food therapy - Banana and diarrhea 
8. Therapy - Banana as antioxidants


# Blueberries (Ericaceae)
# Cantaloupe (Cucumis melo reticulatus)
# Cranberry (Vaccinium oxycoccos)
# Grapes (Vitaceae)
# Grapefruit (Citrus × paradisi)
# Kiwifruit (A. chinensis)
# Lime (C. Aurantifolia)
# Oranges (Citrus Sinensis)
# Papaya (Carica Papaya)
1. Food Therapy - Papaya and Cancers 
2. Food Therapy - Papaya and Diabetes
3. Healthy food papaya and cholesterol 
4. Food therapy - papaya and Hypertension
5. Papaya and Cellular oxidative stress 
6. Food Therapy - Papaya and Anemia
7. Papaya and anti inflammatory effects
8. Whole food Papaya and Diabetes

# Pears (Pyrus)
# Pineapple ( Ananas comos)
# Plums (Prunus)
# Prunes (Prunus domestica ) 
# Raisins ( Dry Grape -Vitis )
# Raspberries
# Watermelon (Citrullus lanatus)

E. Nuts and Seeds
# Almonds (Prunus Dulcis)

# Flaxseeds ( Linum usitatissimum) 
# Olive (Olea europaea)
# Peanuts (Arachis hypogaea)
# Pumpkin (Cucurbita)Seed 
# Sesame (Sesamum indicum) Seeds
# Sunflower (Helianthus Annuus) Seeds

# Nuts & Seeds - Walnuts (Juglans).

F. Poultry and Lean Meats
# Beef, lean organic

# Chicken (Gallus gallus domesticus)
# Lean Meats - Lamb
# Lean Meats - Venison
# Turkey (Meleagris)

G. Sea Foods
# Calf's Liver

# Cod
# Halibut

# Salmon
# Sardines
# Scallops
# Shrimp
# Tuna

H. Others
# Blackstrap molasses
# Green tea - Leaves of Camellia sinensis
# Honey

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