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Are You Eating These Six Cancer-Fighting Foods?

By July 2, 2017 April 12th, 2019 No Comments


  • By eating these six nutrient-packed foods, you might be able to help reduce your risk of certain diseases, like cancer.

With the incidence of obesity, diabetes and cancer on the rise in the recent years, it only makes sense that we would want to do everything in our power to protect ourselves from these diseases. The biggest thing we can do is be careful and mindful of what we are putting into our bodies. By eating foods high in vitamins, protein, omega-3 fatty acids, and slow digesting carbohydrates, you can actually boost your immune system for better disease prevention.

Here is a guide of the six best superfoods that will assist your body in fighting cancer.

1. Greens

They contain substances that protect blood vessels, and are associated with reduced risk of diabetes and cancer.

2. Beans

They act as an anti-diabetes and weight-loss food because they are digested slowly, having a stabilizing effect on blood sugar, which promotes satiety and helps to prevent food cravings.

3. Onions

Onions, along with leeks, garlic, and chives are part of the allium family. They are known for their characteristic organosulfur compounds, which are released when onions are chopped, crushed, or chewed. Studies have found that increased consumption of allium vegetables is associated with lower risk of gastric and prostate cancers because they contain compounds that detoxify carcinogens, halt cancer cell growth, and block angiogenesis.

4. Mushrooms

Mushroom contains compounds that suppress enzymes called aromatase. Aromatase converts the hormone testosterone to estrogen, which in turn can promote the development of breast cancer, especially in post-menopausal women.

5. Berries

Research is providing new evidence that berries not only contain strong antioxidants that help to prevent cell damage that precedes cancer, but they also appear to affect genes that are associated with inflammation and the growth of cancer.

6. Seeds and Nuts

There is growing evidence that nuts, legumes, and seeds reduce the risk for several types of cancer, as well as having other health benefits.