Health is one of the most important thing that we should be proud to have and enjoy.What you eat can drastically affect many aspects of your health, including your risk of developing chronic diseases like heart disease, diabetes and cancer.
Cancer development in particular has been known to be heavily influenced by the diet.The following foods contain the beneficial compounds that could help decrease the growth of cancer cells.
Broccoli contain sulforaphone,a plant compound that have potent anti cancer properties.
Eating carrots day by day decreases the high risk of having cancer.This enables the body to resist by up to 25 percent.
Beans are high in anthocyanins, plant pigment that contain antioxidant properties that help in reducing the risk of cancer.
When you eat high amount of Cirtrus Fruits the body develops a resistant that reduces the risk of developing cancer.If all these are observed,life will and indeed be very enjoyable.
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