33.Don't eat excessive amounts of bran : Food Combining Hay Diet

The full text of the book published by Bloomsbury. Author Peter Thomson

Eating excessive amounts of bran can prevent your body absorbing essential calcium, iron, zinc and copper. Wheat fibre can be rough and irritating to the human digestive system. If you eat whole grain cereals and plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables, you don't need to add extra fibre to your diet.

Another New Scientist report states that "New research from Britain and the US, as well as Japan, provides strong evidence that women can substantially reduce the risk of breast cancer by consuming soya bean products, such as soya milk, or tofu."

"Researchers in Cambridge have shown that a diet high in soya protein can alter women's hormones in a way that mimics the anti cancer drug tamoxifen." "Eating soya products can lower the risk of both prostate and colon cancers." "Most natural high fibre foods, such as whole wheat, oats, barley, rye, sesame and flax seeds may have a similar effect."