Your Anti Cancer Food Pharmacy
What is Anti Cancer Food?
What’s responsible for the anti-cancer effect of fruits and vegetables ?
That’s the question tantalizing scientists around the world…
Phytochemicals - compounds in carrots, cabbage and other foods- may just be the answer.
are present in the produce- so many that researchers have yet to identify and isolate all of them. Fruits and vegetables contain these phytochemicals which helps in the prevention and control of cancer.
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Here are 14 general classes of phytochemicals that research has identified as possible cancer fighters and foods you can find them in.
• Carotenoids – cruciferous vegetables like cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, greens, carrots, tomatoes, pumpkin, melon, citrus fruits.
• Coumarins – cucumbers, parsley.
• Flavonoids – soya beans (including soy-based foods like tofu) and brinjals.
• Phenolic acids – cruciferous vegetables, greens, carrots, celery, parsley, tomatoes, brinjals, peppers, cucumbers, pumpkin, melon, soya beans, citrus fruits.
• Glucarates – whole grains, cruciferous vegetables, citrus fruits, tomatoes, brinjals, peppers.
• Indoles – cruciferous vegetables.
• Lignans – soya beans and soya products.
• Monoterpenes – garlic, cruciferous vegetables, citrus fruits, parsley, carrots, celery, cucumbers, parsnips, tomatoes, brinjals, peppers, fennel.
• Phthalides – carrots, celery, parsley, fennel.
• Phytates – soya beans and soya products, whole grains.
• Polyacetylenes – carrots, fennel, parsley, celery.
• Sulfides – garlic, cruciferous vegetables, onions.
• Triterpenes – garlic, soya beans, whole grains, cruciferous vegetables, carrots, celery, tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, brinjals.
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