As long as it’s food
Some people dare to claim that
It. Can. Resist. Cancer.
Garlic, carrots, green tea, soybeans, eggplant, pumpkin, radish, tomato, kiwi fruit… can’t be counted at one go.
Dr. Clove still invited Mr. Ye Sen to comment on the popular [Star Cancer Prevention Food].
Garlic, as recognized as the “king of anti-cancer”, not only has unique taste (e.g. A little spicy and a little smelly), but also has certain antibacterial effect.
However, can it prevent cancer?
At present, there is not much evidence to prove that garlic can reduce the risk of cancer. Although some research results show that eating more garlic can reduce the risk of colon cancer, the relevant research is relatively rough and many questions cannot be clearly answered.
There is still much controversy over the statement that garlic is anti-cancer.
Of course, as a member of vegetables, it is still recommended for everyone to eat. After all, there is a saying that “eating noodles without garlic is equal to eating half of it”. However, if you don’t like to eat and have to force yourself to do so in order to fight cancer, it is better to save money on garlic and buy yourself a toy to play with.
Many people believe that carotene, as an antioxidant, can eliminate harmful free radicals in the body, thus preventing cancer.
This is really not the case.
When it comes to antioxidants, in fact, many fruits and vegetables have them, but everyone has different contents, such as coriander and what, which have high antioxidant contents.
On the one hand, antioxidants are not as magical as legend has it, and their effect on cancer can be basically described in three words-useless.
On the other hand, carotene is not the only antioxidant in food and there is no need to [deify] this ingredient.
If you say that eating more fruits and vegetables rich in carotene is good for your health, it makes sense. However, if you have to use it to fight cancer, you also buy some health products or dietary supplements specially, which eventually leads to excessive carotene intake and is not good for your health.
It has been widely circulated that tea, especially unfermented green tea, can prevent cancer.
Some studies have found that a component called [tea polyphenol] in tea can also eliminate harmful free radicals in the body and is an effective anti-cancer component. Moreover, in animal experiments, tea is indeed found to help reduce the risk of cancer.
Animal experiment is effective ≠ effective for human body.
According to the American Cancer Society:
Adding tea drinks to your diet is good for your health, but the current evidence does not support drinking tea specially to fight cancer.
Soybeans and bean products
Soymilk, tofu and dried tofu are high-quality foods with high protein and low fat.
However, it may be because they are too excellent and the trees are very popular … After experiencing the baptism of rumors that bean products increase the risk of breast cancer, more and more evidence is beginning to show that bean products such as tofu help reduce the risk of breast cancer, prostate cancer and endometrial cancer.
In fact, it is good for your health to eat more bean products at ordinary times, but it is beyond the outline to expect it to resist cancer.
Eggplant, pumpkin, radish, tomato, kiwi fruit…
According to folklore, there are still many vegetables and fruits with anti-cancer and anti-cancer effects.
There has never been a special anti-cancer food in what, and don’t expect to eat more food to stay away from cancer once and for all.
If you really want to prevent cancer by [eating], the method is also very simple (although your ears will recognize cocoons, but I still want to say): what will eat and eat a balanced diet.