Looking for healthy inspiration for a dinner? Cauliflower is known as a powerful veggie. It contains sulforaphane, which has been shown to kill cancer stem cells. For instance, research has shown that combining cauliflower with curcumin (the active compound in the spice turmeric) may help prevent and treat prostate cancer. Sulforaphane in cauliflower and other cruciferous vegetables has […]
What makes pistachios truly exeptional is that they are a good source of both – protein and fiber. Plus their bright green and purple colors indicate that they are full of antioxidants. Which means – eating them give you the insurance you will get out those free radicals out from your system.
Asparagus are a great source of vitamin K and antioxidants. They can repair damage done by free radicals and help reduce risk of serious health problems – heart disease, diabetes and cancer. Remember to include them into your diet!
Walnuts are one of the few rich sources of plant-derived omega-3 fatty acids. They are also rich in plant sterols, which can play a significant role in lowering serum cholesterol levels. More good news – they are anti-cancer, they can easily boost heart health, and be the natural anti-depressants, that sometimes we all need.
Fact: The Vitamin C in kiwi neutralizes free radicals, prevents inflammation and cell damage, that can lead to cancer. Just in one fruit you may find 110% of your daily requirement of vitamin C.