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An Apple a Day and Other Myths

SAN DIEGO - A trip to almost any bookstore or a cruise around the Internet might leave the impression that avoiding cancer is mostly a matter of watching what you eat. One source after another promotes the protective powers of "superfoods," rich in antioxidants and other phytochemicals, or advises readers to emulate the diets of Chinese peasants or Paleolithic cave dwellers.

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I love reading about all the myths I used to believe. It's crazy how popular some of these myths are and how much people actually believe in them. 08-26-2015 5:17pm

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Comment by Holly Gile

The more they research the benefits of nutrients in healthy food and the more myths like these are being proven false. I always use google to search instead of believing what people tell me now. 08-28-2015 11:23pm

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