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This colorful salad is packed with carotenoid super anti-oxidants and anti-cancer flavonoids apigenin and luteolin from mint which supports normal digestive function disrupted by side effects related to chemotherapy. Also included are ginger which supports normal inflammation management and olive oil which contains healthy monounsaturated fats and anti-cancer oleopurein.
Bar Codes on fruits and vegetables reveal whether your food is organic, GMO (genetically modified) or contains pesticides. Learn How To Read Them.
Watercress is rich in protective and anti-cancer phytochemicals including beta-carotene, lutein and isothiocyanates. The skin of red apples is rich in the anti-cancer flavonoid quercitin. And black sesame seeds are a rich source of plant lignans which normalize estrogen metabolism so important in hormonal cancers such as breast cancer and prostate cancer. Olive oil is rich in healthy monounsaturated fats and anti-cancer phytochemical oleopurein. It is really easy to eat healthy food packed with plant chemicals that protect and promote health!!
Cranberries are one of the great Superfoods rich in plant antoxidants and cancer fighting phytochemicals called proanthocyanadins (PACs). Here are Seven Reasons To Eat Cranberries This Season and All Year Long 1. Super Antioxidant Cell Protective…
Here is a very healthy simple easy to prepare recipe that provides anti-cancer Omega-3 oils and a full serving of protein from Wild Caught Salmon along with ginger root which supports normal digestive and inflammation…
A diet rich in soy and whey protein, found in products such as soy milk and low-fat yogurt, has been shown to reduce breast cancer incidence in rats. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) During chemotherapy cancer treatment…
Phytochemicals found in the fruits and vegetables of the fall season are packed with healthy benefits. The deep colors green, purple, red, and bright orange alert us to the potent anti-oxidant and cell protective anti- cancer activity of these delicious foods. Include cabbage family vegetables, kale, brocolli, cranberries, apples pomegranates and bright orange foods such as yams, winter squash, carrots and persimmons in your diet at the height of their nutritional value during the fall season.
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