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Tuesday, June 4, 2013
Garlic is unique because of its high sulfur content. It also contains arginine, oligosaccharides, flavonoids, and selenium, which are detrimental to your to health.
According to National Cancer Institute:
"Several population studies show an association between increased intake of garlic and reduced risk of certain cancers, including cancers of the stomach, colon, esophagus, pancreas, and breast. Population studies are multidisciplinary studies of population groups that investigate the cause, incidence, or spread of a disease or examine the effect of health-related interventions, dietary and nutritional intakes, or environmental exposures. An analysis of data from seven population studies showed that the higher the amount of raw and cooked garlic consumed, the lower the risk of stomach and colorectal cancer (5).
The European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC) is an ongoing multinational study involving men and women from 10 different countries. This study is investigating the effects of nutrition on cancer. In the study, higher intakes of onion and garlic were associated with a reduced risk of intestinal cancer (6)."
Sunday, May 26, 2013
Monday, May 20, 2013
Betacyanin, this is what gives beets their deep red color has proven to be a cancer-fighting agent, especially against colon cancer. Beets may promote colon health as well as they are a very rich sources of detoxifying glutamine. Supplementing your diet with beets helps in keeping your digestive and immune systems healthy.
see TED Talks - "William Li presents a new way to think about treating cancer and other diseases: anti-angiogenesis, preventing the growth of blood vessels that feed a tumor. The crucial first (and best) step: Eating cancer-fighting foods that cut off the supply lines and beat cancer at its own game."
William Li heads the Angiogenesis Foundation, a nonprofit that is re-conceptualizing global disease fighting. Full bio »
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Nutrients in Cabbage 1.00 cup raw (70.00 grams); Nutrient % Daily Value
vitamin K66 .5%
vitamin C 42.7%
vitamin B6 4.5%
vitamin B12 .6%
Sinigrin is one of the cabbage glucosinolate and has cancer fighting properties.
Cabbage, especially Savoy cabbage is good source of sinigrin. Short-cooked and raw cabbage were the only types of cabbage to show cancer-preventive benefits—long-cooked cabbage does not show benefits.