2. Cruciferous Vegetables
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Some of the most powerful cancer-fighting foods are cruciferous vegetables. They also contain a lot of vitamin C, and many of them are rich in gluthathione.
This is the body’s “master antioxidant”, because it is skilled at scavenging for free radicals.
The brassica family is packed with isothiocyanates, which are useful in cancer prevention.
Some of these vegetables are rich in sulforaphanes and indoles, both of which are antioxidants and useful in detoxification to protect the DNA enzymes.
There are many easy ways to add cruciferous vegetables to one’s diet. Some of these vegetables are broccoli, cabbage, Brussels sprouts and cauliflower.
And there are lots of simple ways to prepare these vegetables, such as in soups, as sides, and even plain. Beets, carrots, peppers, asparagus, onions, artichokes, and zucchini are all useful in lowering cancer risk as well.