11 Dec Eat to Beat Cancer
Apples contain at least two kinds of cancer-inhibiting compounds: flavonoids and phenolic acids. Together they may protect against damage to cells that can trigger malignancies; they may also prevent emerging cancer cells from dividing any further. If apples aren’t your favorite food, try citrus fruits and berries.
According to a recent Harvard study, a serving of nuts a day (roughly a handful) helps ward off deaths from both heart disease and cancer. “People who ate a serving of nuts five or more times a week saw an 11 percent reduction in deaths due to cancer,” says Ying Bao, an epidemiologist who led the study.
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