Salicylic acid, the anti-cancer compound in aspirin, is also found in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, herbs, spices, teas, and even honey.
Eating raw garlic and onions daily is a great way to lower your breast and colon cancer risk! According to the World Health Organization, breast
Colorectal cancer patients have been found to have low levels of a anticancer bacteria and high levels of cancer-promoting bacteria. And it all depends on your diet.
A 7-year study found that stage III colon cancer survivors who ate at least 2 ounces of tree nuts per week were 42% less likely to have their cancer return and 57% less likely to die from their cancer than those who did not eat nuts.
A fascinating study confirmed that a high-carb, high-fiber diet like that of the rural Africans can substantially reduce colon cancer risk, and demonstrated that your microbiome plays an important role in this anti-cancer effect.
And it’s also a super nutritious food. You’ll never look at this weed the same way again!
The humble horseradish may not be much to look at, but a recent University of Illinois study shows that it contains compounds that help detoxify and eliminate cancer-causing free-radicals in the body.