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by killing enemy cells. They do not help
prevent the disease, and they do not
help keep it from coming back.
So what are these cancer-fighting behaviors? Some you already know are
good for you, such as exercise. But others are surprisingly simple habits that
could make all the difference for you—
as I believe they have for me.
SWEET SURRENDER Sugar fuels
cancer growth and triggers inflammation. Avoid refined sugar wherever
it lurks, including sodas and ketchup.
Add these cancer fighters to
your daily diet
Herbs and spices: thyme,
rosemary, mint, basil, sage,
Foods rich in omega- 3
fatty acids: salmon, sardines,
mackerel, walnuts, green
broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage
Garlic, onions, leeks
Beverages: green tea,
pomegranate juice, red wine
in moderation —D.S.S.
Also avoid white flour, which quickly
turns into sugar in the body.
MIGHTY MEALS Adding known cancer fighters such as the spice turmeric