REPORT: Harvard scientist reveals the foods that could save your life

SEPTEMBER 9, 2019

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We all know a good diet is important for optimal health, but one eminent U.S. doctor is taking the medical world by storm with the revelation that specific compounds in certain foods can boost the body’s natural defences against life-limiting diseases.

As a doctor who has treated thousands of patients and a scientist working at the forefront of modern medicine, Harvard expert Dr William Li is convinced the most powerful way to beat disease — from cancer to dementia — is to prevent it in the first place.

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His work hinges on the study of five key defence systems in our body: our immune system, our stem cells, our DNA, our gut bacteria, and the sophisticated action of our blood vessels. When working well, they keep us healthy, but age, inactivity, stress, poor diet and toxic load — from air pollution, smoke and processed food, for example — put them under pressure, and that’s when disease can creep in.

Dr Li has drawn on more than 30 years of medical research and more than 700 scientific studies to pinpoint which foods support these systems best. Using these findings he has written a ground-breaking new book which will be exclusively serialised in these four-page pull-outs all this week, as part of the Daily Mail’s Good Health for Life month.

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