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    Cruciferous veggies prevent cancer
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    engineerguy posted:
    Hi folks,

    Science is finding many whole plant foods to have anti cancer properties. Fruit, including especially berries, are powerful. Recent finding show anti cancer properties of mushrooms and onions. Here is a link about cruciferous veggies.

    Cruciferous Vegetables and Cancer Prevention June 7, 2012
    http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/factsheet/diet/cruciferous-vegetables

    Note that most people eat very few vegetables, which is why some studies do not show that people eating more veggies, have less cancer. There are not enough people eating enough veggies, for some studies to show an effect.

    Best regards, EngineerGuy
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