• By Dana Sparks

Put Healthy Foods in Your Holiday Eating Plans

December 5, 2014

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Holiday food doesn't have to be rich and fattening. You can eat healthier by adding these cancer-blocking foods to your festivities.

Celiac disease
If you have celiac disease, it's important to stick to a gluten-free diet. Why? If you don't, you increase your risk of developing several forms of cancer, including intestinal lymphoma and small bowel cancer.

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