The Road To Health is Paved with Produce

Since the beginning of time, there have been teachers screaming from the roof tops that we must eat plants to survive. Here is yet more evidence linking the benefits of fruits and vegetables in relation to the slowing of cancer.  There is no way to avoid this.

“Study: Plant-Based Compounds Slow Common Cancers”
BY MICHAEL DESTRIES

Adding credence to the power of fruits and vegetables in curbing cancer, a new study published in the journal Cancer and Metastasis Reviews has identified more than 40 plant-based compounds that help slow the progression of the disease.

Gary Meadows, a Washington State University professor, found that by consuming vegetables and fruits such as broccoli, watermelon, cabbage, kale, pink grapefruit, and others – cancer-fighting, metastasis suppressor genes are turned on. Since metastasis is responsible for up to 90% of cancer deaths, knowing how to slow the disease and provide more time for treatment is crucial.

Read complete article HERE

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About Ana Goldseker

I am a whole foods coach specializing in weight loss. I help people with food addictions and building a food plan that works for them. Please visit my website at www.mindfulnutrition.net for more information.
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2 Responses to The Road To Health is Paved with Produce

  1. Vinny Grette says:

    Food choices are so personal, aren’t they? I wish more people enjoyed their veggies. And to folks who refuse to eat fresh fruit because of the fructose, I say fie! Some ideas are carried to the extreme… to people’s detriment, unfortunately.

  2. Somer says:

    Love this so much. If only people knew! How many lives could be saved!

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