Broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables like bak choy and cauliflower. These vegetables are high in glucoraphanin. They help rid the body of cancer-causing toxins, disrupt pathways that cause inflammation, and act as antioxidants to protect cells and DNA from free radical damage.
Try eating a serving a day for maximum benefit!
3. Legumes and soybeans
Soy is a type of food that has numerous health benefits. It is also one of the few plant-based complete proteins, making i a viable substitute for meat. In some studies, soy consumption has been linked to the lower incidence of prostate cancers seen in Asians.
Some studies even showed that soy consumption produced an estimate of a 30% reduction in prostate cancer risk. But of course, more research is required.
Try to incorporate more soy in your cooking.
While eating a nutrient-dense diet rich in fruits and vegetables may help reduce the risk of disease progression, it cannot replace medication or medical treatments. Regular medical care is required to effectively treat the disease and prevent its recurrence.
Always speak to your doctor or BIG Pharmacist for more information.