For many years we’ve heard the phrase “you are what you eat”. Well, it turns out it’s more true than not – and often in ways we were not thinking of. Antioxidants are an important part of your overall health – and getting them from good foods is always preferrable.
Many experts believe the easiest and least expensive way to reduce the risk of developing cancer is by eating a healthy diet. The list provides a general outline of how these foods work and the foods that contain the best sources of cancer-fighting agents, including foliate-rich foods, foods that contain Vitamin D, tea, cruciferous vegetables, curcumin, and ginger.