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6 Foods Which Kill Cancer Cells In Your Body

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In a world, where almost everything can cause cancer, your only solace is to minimize the risks through avoiding or eating certain kinds of food. These 6 foods are not only delicious, but are loaded with vital nutrients to add to your good health:

1. Red Wine

1-Red-Wine

High with resveratol, a powerful antioxidant found in grape skin slows down aging and other related health issues. They eliminate free radicals, viruses, reduce cell destruction and repair DNA.

Cheers!

2. Tomatoes

2Tomatoes

Tomatoes reduced 50% chances of prostate cancer in people who consumed cooked tomatoes regularly. Researches show that they contain high amounts of lycopene, which slows down the activators and inhibitors of cancer.

Grilled tomatoes for dinner, anyone?

3. Blueberries And Raspberry

3-Blueberries-and-Raspberry

These two fruits are known for their anticancer properties.They are especially good for women who to reduce risks of ovarian cancer. Their dark hue is due to phytochemicals, the element which works to decrease the effect of activators and inhibitors of cancer cells.

A tart is good too!

4. Dark Chocolate

4-Dark-Chocolate

Yes, it’s true. Dark chocolates are incredibly healthy and are loaded with antioxidants. They are good for your heart condition, uplift your mood and helps in fighting cancer cells.

Unwrapping another bar, are you?

5. Coffee And Green Tea

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These brews are probably the first thing you grab in the mornings, and the antioxidants in them are known to decrease the chances of cancer development.

Time for another cuppa.

6. Turmeric

6-Turmeric

This yellow food is literally the gold of healthy diet and total well being. They fight against cancer, aging, inflammation, pain, cell damage, boost immunity, memory, cure flu and common cold, and what not.
Time for another bowl of that yellow curry.

Which are you gonna indulge in?

CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

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