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Did you know that every sixth death in the world is due to cancer, making it the second-leading cause of death right after cardiovascular diseases? But the good news is that a heart-healthy diet rich in fruits, fiber, and vegetables can considerably reduce the risk of cancer.

Here are 5 superfood you can add to your daily healthy diet to reduce your risk of cancer:


Numerous studies on cancer and nutrition point to eating plant-based food for their phytonutrients and other special compounds, and berries fit the bill perfectly. Blueberries, strawberries and raspberries are rich in phytochemicals called anthocyanins, which slow down the growth of premalignant cells and keep new blood vessels from forming. Add some fresh blueberries or just a pack of strawberry Frubites to your whole grain cereal or oatmeal in the morning for a healthy start to your day.


Lycopene, a compound found in tomatoes lends the fruit its vibrant red color and wards off a number of cancers including pancreatic, breast, and prostate. To help increase your tomato intake, include a serving or two of tomatoes in your healthy diet plan by adding them to sandwiches, salads, sauces or pasta dishes.


“Going nuts” can actually be good news for your health. Walnuts, brazil nuts and almonds are full of healthy fatty acids and have shown that they are able to block estrogen receptors in breast cancer cells, possibly slowing the cells' growth. Munch on two tablespoons of these nuts as your evening snacks every day to lower the risk of cancer.

Green leafy vegetables

If you are one of those who love digging in to a bowl of leafy green veggies, then there’s good news for you! Dark leafy green vegetables are bursting with carotenoids, folate, chlorophyll, and fiber; compounds that help to stop or slow the growth of some forms of cancer. They are excellent sources of vitamins, minerals, iron, and calcium, and dozens of other antioxidants that battle and remove free radicals from your body. So, don’t forget to include a bowl of your favorite green veggies in your healthy diet chart to fight off the cancer demons.


“Apples contain flavonoids and a type of antioxidant, called procyanidins, which is proven to trigger a series of cell signals that result in cancer cell death. Add sliced apple treats to your morning yogurt or simple delve into a pack of freeze-dried apple Frubites as your low-calorie snacks for the evening.




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