Fascinating Talks: William Li, “Can we eat to starve cancer?”

Jo CooperFood As Medicine0 Comments

By Jo Cooper

This remarkable talk has been flying around the internet, but in case you missed it as I had, take 20 minutes and get a new perspective on cancer prevention and treatment in William Li’s recent TED talk.

Related Posts

Two Words That Can Change Your Life In this thought provoking TEDx talk, Dr. Tanmeet Sethi (faculty member of The Center for Mind-Body Medicine) shares how the overlooked value of thankf...
FAM Faculty Features: Jim & Kathie I love my FAMily! Food As Medicine faculty features Join the country’s leading lifestyle medicine clinicians and researchers as well as some of our m...
FAM Faculty Features: John & Cindy I love my FAMily! Food As Medicine faculty features Join the country’s leading lifestyle medicine clinicians and researchers as well as some of our m...
FAM Faculty Features: Mark & Marti I love my FAMily! Food As Medicine faculty features Join the country’s leading lifestyle medicine clinicians and researchers as well as some of our m...
  • Quite informative with good use of graphics.
    With all due respect, concerning his discussion about lycopene and prostate cancer, I wonder what his comments would be regarding newer studies that refute this finding, such as this one?
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/05/070517063011.htm

  • Everyday there are hundreds new studies coming out about food and its relationship to certain types of cancer. However, I believe Dr. Li’s overall message is food — not supplements — is what will protect our bodies. Creating anti- angiogenesis — or an inhospitable environment for cancer cells to spread — involves an intake of many antioxidants and phytochemicals, which are all found in a cornucopia whole foods.
    Rebecca Katz, author, The Cancer-Fighting Kitchen: Nourishing Big Flavor Recipes for Cancer Treatment and Recovery.