The American Cancer Society Recommends Fruits & Vegetables in the Prevention of Cancer
Is the prevention of cancer possible with simple, healthy changes – like consuming more fruits and vegetables?
The American Cancer Society recommends eating at least five daily servings of fruits and veggies every day to boost immunity.
The Cancer Society’s recommendation is based on a variety of evidence that fruits and vegetables can help prevent cancer (visit www.cancer.org to learn more).
Plants have less fat, more fiber, and are packed with vitamins and minerals – all of which keep immune systems running smoothly and allow the body to help fight the development of disease-causing cells.
The more natural the foods, the better. Many of today’s processed foods are mixed with other ingredients and chemically altered with preservatives, which strips the foods of their nutrients and deprives the immune system of what it needs to fight disease.
Fruits and vegetables balance the alkalinity in the body and strengthen cell rejuvenation. Alkaline tissue holds much more oxygen compared to acidic tissue and research has shown that oxygen rich tissue can ward off cancerous cells, which are unable to prosper in an oxygen rich environment.
Unhealthy, processed foods and beverages cause acid buildup, while green foods are loaded with alkaline elements that help keep the body’s pH level balanced.
Fruits and vegetables are also packed with antioxidants. Boosting antioxidant intake is crucial, because they are powerful vitamins that protect the body by boosting the immune system and keeping cells healthy.
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