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A great deal of research has been conducted on the impact of specific foods, herbs, and spices on cancer cells’ growth and spread (metastasis). A great deal of this research has been done in animals rather than humans. While results have been very promising, many more studies, and especially studies in humans, are needed in order to definitively prove the benefits of these foods against cancer in humans. The following information reflects the most current research of foods that help fight cancer and/or prevent or reduce the side effects of cancer and its treatment.
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Cancer Diet May 21, 2015
More than 180 spice-derived compounds have been identified and explored for their health benefits It is beyond the scope of this article to deal with all herbs and spices that may influence the risk of cancer and tumor behavior, but we’ve highlighted 18 of the most powerful.
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Cancer Diet May 21, 2015
Many of the chemotherapies used to fight cancer in modern medicine were developed from natural substances. For instance: Taxanes used to treat prostate and breast cancer came from yew trees. Vinca alkaloids, which are used to treat malignant lymphomas, are made from periwinkle plants. The anti-cancer drugs topotecan and irinotecan come from a component of the Chinese Happy Tree.
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Cancer Diet May 21, 2015
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Cancer Diet May 21, 2015
More than 180 spice-derived compounds have been identified and explored for their health benefits (Aggarwal et al. 2008). It is beyond the scope of this chapter to deal with all herbs and spices that may influence the risk of cancer and tumor behavior. Therefore, a decision was made to review those with some of the more impressive biological responses reported in the literature, and a conscious effort was made to provide information about the amount of spices needed to bring about a response and thus their physiological relevance.
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Cancer Diet May 21, 2015
Historically herbs and spices have enjoyed a rich tradition of use for their flavor-enhancement characteristics and for their medicinal properties. The rising prevalence of chronic diseases world-wide and the corresponding rise in health care costs is propelling interest among researchers and the public for these food related items for multiple health benefits, including a reduction in cancer risk and modification of tumor behavior.
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Cancer Diet May 21, 2015
The complexity of understanding the biological response to spices first surfaces in the criteria used to distinguish what constitutes a culinary spice and how they differ from culinary herbs
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Cancer Diet May 21, 2015
These four cancer-fighting spices have powerful health benefits and were part of my daily regimen to heal cancer without chemo. They are common, but not commonly found in American cuisine, so I had to be very deliberate about adding them to my food. I took copious amounts of these four spices and still do today.
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Cancer Diet May 21, 2015
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