#WorldCancerDay | 10 anti–cancer vegetables you need to know

The word cancer day is marked on every February 4th a day set aside to create awareness, detection and prevention of cancer.

However, eating healthy is one of the factors globally recognize by Medical practitioners.

The above photo adapted from Food Revolution Network highlights 10 anti-cancer vegetables a list of vegetables shared by cancer survivor Chris Wark’s.

👉 Garlic: This is a plant with a very strong flavour, pungent and heated taste which has been used for both culinary and medical purposes for hundred years.

👉 Broccoli: This is a very tasty vegetable which is rich in nutrients. It contains vitamins A & C. The calcium content of one serving of broccoli is equal to that of a glass of milk.

👉 Cauliflower: It is a cruciferous vegetables. Its consumption has been studied for its cancer prevention potential and its antioxidant properties.

👉 Cabbage: A very good source of dietary fiber. Rich in various phytonutrients and vitamins like vitamin A, C & K which has antioxidantstgat helps in preventing cancer and heart disease.

👉 Onion: A very good source of vitamin C & B6. Rich in variety of sulfides, which provide some protection against tumor growth.

👉 Spinach: A vegetable packed with vital nutrients. It contains flavonoids and phytonutrients with anti-cancer properties can be found in abundance in spinach.

So if you’ve not been infusing these deliciousness into your meals please start, inculcate the habit of eating healthy because nothing compares to being healthy.

(📸: Food Revolution Network | 📝 Article by: MyCookery Zone)


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