Mango is an excellent source of Vitamin A, flavonoids, dietary fiber & vitamin B6 which maintains & improves brain function. May help protect against colon, breast, leukemia & prostate cancers. The peel is rich in phytonutrients like carotenoids & polyphenols. The fruit is rich in potassium, magnesium & great for high blood pressure. Selenium, calcium, iron regularly can help eliminate anemia. #dherbs
The following is a list of foods rich in vitamin B17: – Apricot seeds – Watercress – Spinach – Bamboo sprouts – Alfalfa sprouts – Lentil sprouts – Whole nuts – Mung bean sprouts – Ground nuts – Garbanzo sprouts – Apple seeds #plantbased #health
Thanks to research from the University of Michigan and nearly three centuries of medicinal use, we can now utilize ginger root to not only kill ovarian cancer cells, but also prostate cancer cells with zero toxicity
4 Steps to Help Prevent Cancer 1. Eat organic whenever possible. 2. Choose raw or clean frozen if availability of fresh product isn’t good in your area. 3. Fill half your plate each meal with non-starchy vegetables. If you eat animal products, make sure they’re pastured and grass-fed meats and dairy goods (including eggs). Use only high quality oils such as coconut oil, olive oil, ghee, or grass-fed butter. 4. Cut back drastically on grains and sugars.
Pan-fried meat (like hamburger) may increase prostate cancer by as much as 40 percent. Studies have shown that daily intake of meat and dairy products increases prostate cancer by 300%. Yet another reason to eat veggies and fruits.
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