Monday, June 22, 2020

Which foods have anti-cancer and anti-cancer effects?

Sufficient amounts of vitamin C, A, trace elements selenium, molybdenum, etc., can play a role in counteracting, neutralizing, and reducing the carcinogenic effects of carcinogens, to achieve anti-cancer and anti-cancer effects.

(1) Foods rich in vitamin C: all kinds of fresh vegetables and fruits, such as mustard, parsley, green garlic, shepherd's purse, cauliflower, bell peppers, fresh dates, hawthorn, various radishes, cabbage, strawberries, mung bean sprouts, green beans, Tomatoes, winter bamboo shoots, bananas, apples, apricots, kiwis, etc.

(2) Foods rich in vitamin A: chicken liver, beef liver, duck liver, pig liver, octopus, egg, carrot, sweet potato, pea seedlings, rapeseed, bell pepper, celery, lettuce leaves, etc.

(3) Foods rich in allicin: garlic and green onions.

(4) Foods rich in trace elements: meat, seafood, cereals, garlic, green onions, sesame.

(5) Immunity-improving foods: kiwi, fig, apple, sardine, honey, milk, pig liver, monkey head fungus, sea cucumber, oyster, squid, shark, sea horse, turtle, yam, turtle, mushroom.

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