Wednesday, December 7, 2011

CRANBERRIES AND CANCER

Liver cancer is one of the most difficult to fight.  But did you know the simple little cranberry is a potent fighter of this horrendous disease?  According to the experts, no fruit is better at inhibiting the growth of liver cancer cells in humans.  Many of the compounds in cranberries appear to be toxic to many cancer cells while leaving healthy cells alone.  These cancers include not only liver but lung, prostate, cervical, breast, and leukemia.  Newer studies show that whole cranberries may also target skin and brain cancer.

If you or a loved one are battling any of these cancers, add cranberries to your/their diet.  Including them in our diets on a routine basis just might be a good idea.

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