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The Best 5 Foods To Protect Against Cervical Cancer

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The best way to help the body fight off cervical cancer is to feed it foods that contain properties that contain the nutrients the body needs to increase your immune system. Living life on burgers, fries, ice cream and chips it not the best or healthiest way to fight off diseases or cancer prevention.

For the body to take care of you and be able to fight off most diseases, it needs nutrients from certain foods. Nutrients include vitamins and minerals from protein, carbohydrates, and fats. Holistic nutrition or eating foods that protect the body is the best way to prevent cervical cancer.

As you breathe the body produces free radicals. They are a by-product of living. Everyone has free radicals in their bodies. Antioxidants kill off free radicals. Keeping them (free radicals) under control is the best way to fight off most diseases and cancer prevention. These five foods will help fight off cervical cancer.

Berries

Berries, whether they are strawberries, raspberries, blackberries or any other type of berry, are loaded with antioxidants. The antioxidants protect your cells for free radical damage. Berries are also loaded with vitamins and minerals that boost your immune system. They also help reduce and repair damage to cells. A healthy immune system fights off all diseases without any help.

Tomatoes

Tomatoes protect your cells from damage and kill off cells that aren’t growing or that are already damaged. They can protect the skin from damage from Mother Nature, which includes sun damage from UV rays.

Grapes

Grapes have the properties of a chemical called resveratrol. It’s highest in red grape, but purple grapes also have resveratrol in them. It’s an antioxidant and an anti-inflammatory. Inflammation is the precursor to cancer. If you have an area on your body that is inflamed, you run the risk of developing cancer, since inflammation weakens the cells, allowing cancer to grow.

Garlic

Garlic is Mother Nature’s answer to everything that “ails ya”. Garlic has a unique antioxidant that intervenes in the cancer process. Garlic inhibits the growth of cancer and the formation of tumors. Use a clove a garlic a day will help fight off most diseases. It’s also antibacterial and antimicrobial, which means, garlic will kill microorganisms or suppressing their multiplication or growth. Plus, garlic inhibits bacterial growth or kills a bacterium that causes cancers.

Flaxseed

Mother Nature’s "all heal" plant. Used for thousands of years to rid the body of carcinogens (causing cancer agents), flaxseed contains the highest amount of omega 3 fatty acids. That means flaxseed will reduce inflammation and build up the immune system to fight off diseases. As a matter of fact, flaxseed can also reduce hair loss and supply the body with all the vitamin B it needs to remain healthy.

There are, of course, many other foods that will help the body fight off cancers such as beans, Whole grains, and dark-green leafy vegetables. Remember to eat a balance meal and add one or all of these five foods to your diet every week to help fight cervical cancer.

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Tuesday, 21 August 2018