5 Foods That Starve Cancer

I have always been focused on health and preventative medicine. The times when you took a pill to fix a problem are over. We need to be more knowledgeable about our own health and things that we can do to prevent future problems. It’s not enough to go to the Doctors office asking for a cure, you must take the steps necessary to prevent the illnesses to begin with. It’s up to you to be in full charge of your body.

I have been on these 5 foods for a long time in my own diet and when I saw this story I was thrilled to see that they are so helpful in Cancer prevention. Not only that but it looks like they are getting closer to a cure. This really proves that you are what you eat.


Read what Dr Oz wrote:
Disturbing new research suggests that microscopic cancer, small cancer cells that can only been seen under a microscope, is widely prevalent. A recent study of women in their 40s indicated that 40% of them had microscopic breast cancer. Even more shocking, almost 100% of people in their 70s will have microscopic cancer in their thyroid glands.
A microscopic tumor can grow up to 16,000 times its original size in as little as 2 weeks. But new groundbreaking research from The Angiogenesis Foundation proposes that you can stop cancer before it begins to grow. This new preventive approach is called anti-angiogenesis. Anti-angiogenesis encourages that, by changing the way you eat, you can change your “internal environment,” thereby depriving cancer cells the opportunity to grow and multiply.

Certain foods, eaten in the correct portions and frequency, can provide cancer-starving benefits. Below are 5 foods to eat that can prevent cancer growth:

1. Bok Choy
This type of Chinese cabbage contains brassinin; a powerful cancer-fighter, also found in broccoli, cauliflower and Brussels sprouts. Bok Choy should be eaten 3 times a week, in 1/2 cup servings to obtain its full benefits.
2. Cooked Tomatoes
have more cancer-fighting properties than raw tomatoes. Both contain the molecule lycopene, but heating the tomato changes its chemical structure and makes the benefits more readily available to your body. You should eat 2-3 (1/2 cup) servings of cooked tomatoes a week.
3. Flounder
This fish is rich in omega-3 fatty acids and low in mercury. Three 6-ounce servings a week is ideal.
4. Strawberries
The antioxidants in this berry help fight cancers. You should eat 1 cup a day, including the juice.
5. Artichokes
Contains 3 different cancer-fighting molecules. Enjoy ¼ cup of hearts per day. If you enjoyed my article, give me a like and share it with your friends. If you have something to add, please share it below. Stay healthy.. Xoxo, Jax