What’s Missing in the Latest Diet Rankings? Best Cancer Prevention Diet

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US News and World Report published its latest rankings of diets on the best ones for health, including for weight loss, diabetes and heart health. But with an estimated 1.6 million new cancer cases in 2016, the rankings missed an important category: cancer prevention.

AICR – along with that of other major health organizations – now clearly recognize that diet plays an important role in reducing risk for many common cancers.

AICR’s New American Plate is our nominee for Best Cancer Prevention Diet. AICR Recommendations for Cancer Prevention offer clear guidance on how diet affects cancer risk and the New American Plate is a model for putting those recommendations into practice. Read more… “What’s Missing in the Latest Diet Rankings? Best Cancer Prevention Diet”

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    For diet and cancer prevention, do we really know enough to act?

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    We do know enough now to make eating choices that lower our risk of cancer. In fact, we know that for people with typical American diets, waiting for more information before making any changes is increasing their risk of cancer.

    It’s true that research on diet to lower cancer risk is a hot area with many questions still to be answered. That’s why it’s important when making changes to make your decisions on guidelines based on the overall body of research. Trying to act on each new study that makes headlines can make you feel like you’ve got whiplash… not a wise approach.

    This year’s AICR Research Conference featured the renowned Dr. Walter Willett of Harvard University presenting his view of what we know and don’t know on diet and cancer. Here’s my take, based on Dr. Willett’s presentation and others at the conference. Read more… “For diet and cancer prevention, do we really know enough to act?”

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      AICR Conference: A Flaxseed Favorite

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      Next week at our conference, researchers will be talking about diet and the microbiome, portion control and other ways food and nutrition are related to cancer prevention.  So we help our attendees live the message of healthy eating with delicious and carefully planned meals and snacks.

      Researchers and dietitians tell us they look forward to AICR conference food! This year we’re serving Roasted Root Vegetable & Quinoa Pilaf, Black-Eyed Pea Salad and Avocado Toast with Blood Orange and Arugula among many other creative dishes. The menus follow AICR’s New American Plate which is based on AICR’s Recommendations for Cancer Prevention.

      We’re also serving a breakfast favorite you can enjoy even at home – our hearty and flavorful Flaxseed Raisin Muffins. Read more… “AICR Conference: A Flaxseed Favorite”

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