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A diet emphasizing organic fruits and vegetables protects against breast cancer
November 22nd, 2010
In a recent report appearing in Food Weekly, breast cancer expert, Dr. Isaac Eliaz provides extensive information about the health-promoting benefits of a diet high in antioxidant and nutrient-rich fruits and vegetables, particularly with regards to cancer prevention.
According to Dr. Eliaz, there are many things you can do to support the health of your breasts, but perhaps the single most important factor is diet. Eating more fiber, less animal fat and including a wide variety of organic fruits and vegetables in your diet will help promote cellular breast health by increasing your body’s nutritional and antioxidant profiles.
Diets high in organic vegetables and fruits are linked with enhanced antioxidant activity, improved digestion, healthy inflammation response, proper glucose metabolism, healthier lipid profiles, and increased immune activity, among other health benefits. A natural food diet can also support heavy metal detoxification, which is critical in the fight against cancer.
Keywords: antioxidants, health, nutrition, cancer, organic food
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