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Although scientists are coming up with better and better treatment procedures and meds to combat this deadly disease, the success rate is still less than what needs to be achieved.
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Potential Causes of Cancer
When it comes to causes of cancer, it is not surprising to know that there are a vast number of contributing factors. The use of cigarettes, deficiencies, lifestyle choices, and harmful radiation to name a few. In addition to these, obesity, alcohol abuse, and genetic conditions are some less talked about the causes of cancer.
When you read the few causes of cancer that we mentioned above, you must have noticed that most of them are actually in our control, therefore it is possible to prevent cancer from being born itself.
Without any further ado, let us get started with learning about cancer preventing vitamins.
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How Vitamins can Prevent Cancer
Disclaimer: Before you read any further or decide to take action on any of the information in this article, please make sure that you consult with your concerned medical professional.
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”
As mentioned many times on this website, diet plays a very important role in cancer prevention. A well-balanced and nutritious diet is key to living a healthy life. Along with moderate exercise, a healthy diet you can essentially downsize your odds of getting cancer. In fact, you will feel better and live better overall.
Now, let’s get started by talking about the Vitamins and other Nutrients that can help us beat Cancer.
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Vitamin D – Sunshine for Cancer Prevention
Multiple studies have shown that a lack of Vitamin D is directly connected to the development of multiple forms of cancer. People from developed nations like the States are more likely to lack this important vitamin.
Most of your Vitamin D will come from natural sunshine itself, actually, about 90% of your need. Other sources of vitamin D are:
- Fatty Fish
- Low Fat Milk
- Orange Juice
- Beef Liver
- Egg Yolk
If you want, you can find many Vitamin D supplements out there in the market.
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Omega-3 Fatty Acids – For Inflammation Reduction
The problem of inflammation does not only affect your day to day life by itself but also puts you at a higher risk of developing cancer and other diseases.
Omega-3 Fatty Acids are necessary to be consumed for their anti-inflammatory properties. They can also reduce the risk of developing cancer.
In fact, higher consumption of Omega-3s is found to be directly related to lower cases of Breast Cancer.
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Vitamins A, C, and E
Antioxidants are important, and Vitamin A, C, and E are potent antioxidants. According to the National Cancer Institute, these vitamins eliminate harmful free radicals from the body.
Higher levels of free radicals are directly related to the development of all kinds of ailments and also cancer. Free radicals when in excess will damage the cell membranes, DNA and different proteins.
Due to the ability of Vitamin A, C, and E to prevent the damage caused by free radicals, many researchers recommend them for preventing the growth of cancer tumors.
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Polyphenols possess both the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Green tea is a great source of polyphenols and can prevent the development of cancerous tumors in the human body.
The best option is to consume only the best in class green tea without added sugar. However, green tea can also interfere with your medications, so please consult with your doctor before starting green tea when on medication.
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If you don’t know what Curcumin is, it is found in turmeric and it is a commonly used spice when preparing Indian Dishes. It is found to stop the growth of cancerous tumors in the body.
Curcumin has its own anti-inflammatory properties and can naturally boost the anti-oxidant levels in your body. Not only it is effective in fighting cancer, but it also linked to improving the cognitive abilities that deteriorate with old age.
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