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The Mediterranean Diet Makes Cancer Cells Mortal

Helayne Waldman
Guest Bio
Guest Bio: Helayne Waldman
HelayneWaldman.4Helayne Waldman, ED.D., M.S., CNE, has written for several publications and online sites including a regular column for the Hills Newspaper Group, plus the Examiner, Green Medicine Info, the Pink Paper and others.

She is currently a board member with the Annie Appleseed Organization and a member of the Survivorship Committee at Alta Bates-Summit Hospital.

A sought after speaker both locally and nationally, Helayne displays a wise blend of passion and research, informing professionals and women who seek to understand the effects that nutritional deficiencies and environmental factors can have on overall health and wellness.

Her talks stress the importance of creating a well-nourished "terrain" to build an anti-cancer environment in the body.
One way that cancer cells thrive is by inhibiting a process that would cause them to die on a regular cycle, which is subject to strict programming.

This study in cells, led by Ohio State University researchers, found that a compound in certain plant-based foods, called apigenin, could stop breast cancer cells from inhibiting their own death.

So, while apigenin doesn't exactly outright kill cancer cells, it does help stop their proliferation.

In this segment of Healthy Talk, health expert, Helayne Waldman, joins Dr. Mike to discuss this new discovery and how it's changing the world of cancer.

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