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The fact that many Israelis eat salad in the morning is something wonderful! exclaims Shike. They eat lots of fruits and vegetables and are fresh. This is not something trivial to the doctor who recommended the consumption of at least five servings as art of your health regime. In opinion of Shike, an Apple a day, and then some, they can very well keep the doctor away. On the other hand, the mastery of Shike in nutrition has instilled a strong conviction that a healthy diet throughout life helps to reduce the risk of cancer and other diseases.

He explained the results of recent clinical studies some that Yes it has carried out that could not support the role of the diet has an influence on certain types of cancer. In these studies, we change the diet for four years, when people had 50 years and more, said. Swarmed by offers, Discovery Communications is currently assessing future choices. You need surely, begin the diet at a much younger age, and that is which will operate. Shike accentuates the role of research. The trials have been an integral part of his career from the beginning. He is currently in the early stages of a multi-year study sponsored by the Breast Cancer Research Foundation to assess the effects of soy on breast cancer supplements. He has also received a grant from the National Cancer Institute to seek ways of increasing access to colonoscopies in populations with limited means.

See, there are populations that do not have access to colonoscopies to monitor colon cancer, he said leaning forward in his seat. We have a very successful model, and we are testing it now. This is very exciting because it consists in bringing people to be monitored that otherwise would not benefit from this procedure. The monitoring of cancer, and thereby catch it in its early stages, is one of the most effective ways of lowering the mortality rate in many of the most deadly forms of cancer, explains Shike. There is no doubt that monitor colon cancer reduces mortality by at least 30 percent, and probably 70 per cent. Monitoring of breast cancers and cervical also lowers mortality significantly. It is that zeal in finding better ways to reduce the deadly impact of cancer which gives the doctor the impulse parta continue and expand his work, even after more than two decades of work. What is exactly what motivates him to do so?. To make a difference in a person’s life, says Shike, especially in the case of cancer, we are dealing with a devastating disease and which threatens the world of the patient completely!. The ability of not only the technical things to do but support people and help to deal with their problems, help them make sound decisions and to fight, and often win, against the disease that is very rewarding.

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