Dr. William Li on Foods That Fight Cancer

Dr. William Li, is a renowned doctor, scientist, and angiogenesis expert. His groundbreaking work has impacted more than 70 diseases – including cancer, diabetes, blindness, heart disease, and obesity. Dr Li’s wildly popular TED Talk “Can we eat to starve cancer” has garnered more than 11 million views. I’ve been a fan of Dr Li since I first saw his TED talk in 2010.

Dr. Li has held faculty appointments at Harvard and Tufts University and founded Eat to Beat Cancer, which is a community of 60,000+ people who are passionate about using diet to fight cancer.

Angiogenesis is the process by which tumors form new blood vessels to grow, but there are anti-angiogenic compounds in food that block this process!

And those were many of the same foods I ate every day to help my body heal.

Coincidence? I think not.

Please enjoy my interview with Dr. Li as he shares his amazing deep knowledge of anti-cancer nutrition science with you and the power of anti-angiogenic foods!

Show Notes:
-How he came in to the field of angiogenesis and food as medicine [03:33]
-Plant-based Japanese farmers have high levels of anticancer compounds in their urine [6:40]
-The consequences of 10,000 daily DNA mistakes in your body [09:38]
-What happens when cancer cells get too smart [11:10]
-The Industrialized world’s assault on our defense system [14:14]
-Using the power of knowledge to protect our fortress [19:08]
-A drink containing hundreds of natural defensive molecules [21:22]
-An anti-angiogenic food so good for your gut…it’s nuts! [27:24]
-The romanticized fictional fantasy of the hunter/gatherer diet [30:17]
-How a Mediterranean delicacy became a cancer-fighting staple [33:35]
-Why technique can be just as important as consumption [40:00]
-The one question medical school didn’t teach Dr. Li how to answer [43:11]
-New research exposing how to “right the scales” in our body [50:00]

Connect with Dr. Li:
www.eattobeat.org

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