Harvard has identified the best food to fight breast canceradmin 2017-01-18
One of the most effective ways to prevent breast cancer and support overall health is to use potent plant compounds such as polyphenols, antioxidants, flavones and specific micronutrients in certain vegetables, fruits, spices and other plants.
These unique phytonutrients provide unparalleled benefits, including anti-inflammatory and detoxification support, hormone regulation, immune enhancement, and many other health-promoting actions.
A recent health study by the Harvard School of Public Health shows that women who eat more fruits and vegetables - especially cruciferous vegetables and yellow or orange products - have a significantly lower risk of breast cancer.
The study, published in the International Journal of Cancer on July 6, began in 1980 with a health survey of 88,301 women and 93,844 women in 1991. According to these surveys, 11 women consumed 5.5 or more fruits and vegetables a day. The risk of breast cancer was reduced by half compared with women taking 2.5 or fewer portions. A food is defined as a cup of leafy vegetables, half a cup of raw vegetables or half a cup of chopped or cooked fruit.
Fiber or nutrients?
Researchers in this study have previously shown a link between increased fiber intake and reduced risk of breast cancer. However, this new data suggests that cruciferous vegetables and brightly colored products have protective effects, independent of fiber content. It is believed that micronutrients provided by these foods can provide additional anti-cancer benefits.
Cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli, cabbage and kale, provide important benefits for breast and other cellular health areas in this family, as demonstrated by this study and many other studies. These super vegetables are rich in compounds, including glucosinolates and other plant nutrients, which work together to support healthy cell growth, detoxify the body, help balance hormones and promote lasting immunity.
Plant nutrient formulation for breast health
In my clinical practice, in order to obtain the best breast health support and maintenance, I recommend to develop a plant and nutritional breast health formula specifically designed to inhibit the growth and migration of breast cancer. This comprehensive breast cell health supplement has been shown in peer-reviewed studies to inhibit the growth and metastasis of breast cancer cells through its ability to influence specific genetic and cellular signaling mechanisms in hormone-positive and hormone-negative breast cancer cells. You can visit my website to learn more about it.
The formula contains the active compound DIM, which is usually obtained from edible cruciferous vegetables. DIM is an essential plant nutrient for breast cell health. It has many mechanisms, including supporting healthy hormone balance. It also contains beneficial mushrooms for plant growth, bioflavonoid quercetin, enhanced bioavailable extracts of curcumin in curcumin, and high proportion extracts of Scutellaria barbata and Astragalus membranaceus. A synergistic study has shown that when combined with improved citrus pectin (another plant-based nutritional health product) from clinical studies, the health benefits of the formula for mature breasts have been improved, and extensive studies have been carried out to demonstrate its key benefits for cancer and metastasis.
Research continues to advance our understanding of how to optimize breast cell health and support longevity. Particularly interesting are studies that point to antioxidant-rich diets, regular exercise and healthy stress relief - all of which help support breast health at the genetic level while naturally boosting overall vitality.