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Cruciferous Vegetables

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by Joel Fuhrman, M.D.

Close to 300 case-controlled studies have shown a protective effect of vegetable consumption against cancer, and cruciferous vegetables have the most powerful anticancer effects of all foods.  Studies have shown eating fresh fruits, beans, vegetables, seeds, and nuts reduces the occurrence of cancer. If consumption...

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