Extraordinary protective as well as cheaper for the body to reduce the risk of cancer are raw vegetables.
Based on the research Roswell Park Cancer Institute, New York, with the broccoli, cabbage or cauliflower are eaten without cooking (at least three times a month), proved to decrease the risk of bladder cancer reaching 40% compared with not eating it. This study involved 275 people suffering from bladder cancer and 825 people who do not have cancer. As a result, those who do not smoke and eat at least three servings of vegetables, broccoli and cabbage every month to avoid a bladder cancer by 73% than the smokers who ate fewer than three servings of raw broccoli and cabbage.
Added, the benefits of vegetables as protective for cancer had no disease or reduce cancer risk does not apply to vegetables are cooked. This statement is emphasized by this research leader, Dr.Li Tang, who claimed the cooking process that has been cooked vegetables can reduce the isothiocyanate compounds (compounds that can reduce cancer risk) between 60% to 90%
In another report published by the journal Cancer, Epidemiology, Bio markers and Prevention states that eating beans, green beans, carrots, corn, and dark leafy vegetables by eating raw too of course. In the claims could reduce the risk of lymph gland cancer by 50%.
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Salad can be an alternative to reduce the risk of cancer.New research published in the American Association for Cancer Research's Sixth Annual International Conference on Frontiers, Philadelphia, United States, said that black berries, young broccoli, as well as some fresh vegetables may reduce the risk of esophageal cancer and bile duct.
Actually, news of raw vegetables is not a new news to reduce the risk of cancer, but research on the actual research further than previous research, namely from
American Cancer Society recommends that we consume five fruits and vegetables every day.
Early research Ohio State University found that black raspberries protect us from esophageal cancer by reducing the exudate stress generated by the Barrett esophagus.
In early studies, experts from Ohio State University found that black raspberries protect us from esophageal cancer by reducing the exudate stress generated by Barrett's esophagus, a precancerous condition called gastroesophageal reflux disease.Esophagus is a long tunnel that connects the esophagus to the stomach. Stomach acid reflux disease causes continuous shot upwards towards the esophagus and cause burning sensation in the mouth.
"Especially in patients with Barrett's esophagus, reflux of the stomach and bile acids contribute to the occurrence of exudate damage. Thus, foods that contain protective ingredients such as antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and other photochemical may be restoring exudate balance," says Laura Kresty, principal investigator.
People with Barrett's esophagus disease is usually 30 to 40 times the risk of esophageal cancer. Life expectancy up to five years only about 15 percent.
Furthermore, the researchers provide 32-45 grams of black raspberries daily for 6 months to 20 patients with Barrett's esophagus. with analyze changes in the blood, urine and tissue before, during, and after treatment and found the levels of markers of exudate stress is lower in both urine and tissue samples.
In previous research, black raspberries can reduce the risk of mouth cancer, esophageal, and colon. Dietitian, Wendy Demark-Wahnefried, a professor of behavioral science at the Anderson Cancer Center at the University of Texas, Houston,
Another study conducted at Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo, New York, found the broccoli and some fresh vegetables can be used to fight bladder cancer. The team headed by Dr.Yuesheng Zhang, professor of cancer, demonstrated that broccoli extracts can prevent the emergence of bladder cancer by 70 percent in mice.
"Research shows that broccoli extracts can inhibit the development of bladder cancer. Unfortunately we do not know whether the same extract can inhibit bladder cancer when it is grown," said Zhang.Furthermore, Zhang states to examine the broccoli extract to fight cancer in humans
A second team at the same institute found that those who eat three or more servings of fresh raw vegetables every day the risk of bladder cancer is reduced by 40 percent. These vegetables include broccoli, cabbage, and cauliflower.
The team analyzed the dietary habits of 275 people suffering from early stage bladder cancer and 825 healthy people. The researchers specifically to observe how much the consumption of cooked and raw vegetables before the diagnosis of disease and whether they smoked.
Analysis shows that the more fresh vegetables are consumed, the lower the risk of these people suffer from bladder cancer. They are non-smokers and to consume three servings of fresh raw vegetables every day, 73 percent lower risk of bladder cancer.
"In the study, found in fresh and raw vegetable consumption lowered the risk of bladder cancer in smokers and heavy," said Li Tang, the lead researcher. These researchers assert that these benefits come from raw vegetables and fresh.
"It also confirms that there are many kinds of components in vegetables and fruits are beneficial to reduce the risk of cancer. Research like this helps to help us understand the effects of specific nutrients to certain types of cancer," said Colleen Doyle, director of nutrition and physical activity at the American Cancer Society.
"Cook vegetables as quickly as possible or if possible eat fresh vegetables at least five servings per day, five kinds of colors. These foods contain lots of antioxidants and photochemical. Cancer certainly reluctant to stop in your body," he explained.