Strawberries & raspberries have photochemicals that help destroy cancer cells ability to multiply. City of Hope researchers say Blueberries have been found to prevent and shrink cancer tumors. Eat two cups per day and it could help aggresive breast cancer.Check with your doctor so it does not interfere with any meds! Also Avocados, parsley, brocolli, califlower, cabbage, brussle sprouts and Kale can help regulate your enzymes thus defend you from cancerous cells. Spinach is good too!
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John Hopkins University research has concluded that Arugula helps break down and flush excess estrogen from the body. This helps the estrogen overload thats behind breast and uterine cancers, PMS, and fibroids. A good source of source of calcium, magnesium, & potassium, Vitamins A, C & K. Has natural phytochemicals called indoles that helps reduce the risk of breast cancer and prostate cancer. Sound like a winner and should be added to your salads to stay healthy and ward off cancers.
Don't Overcook Broccoli Steam Broccoli 4 mintues only to reap it's cancer fighting properties. An Apple a day is also good cancer fighter. Studies have demonstrated that people who eat a plant-based diet rich in fruits, vegetables, & whole grains have a significantly lower risk of developing many types of cancers and certainly chronic disease. Pineapple helps Breast and lung cancers. Green & black teas are good for their cancer fighting abilities. Eat berries, tomatoes, garlic, pumpkin.
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