Admit it, what you eat—and don’t eat—can have a powerful effect on your health, including your risk for cancer. Some risk factors, such as genetics and environment, are out of your control, but research suggest that about 70% of your lifetime risk of cancer is within your power to change, including your diet
A healthy diet can help you prevent or fight cancer. Here’s how to lower your risk with cancer-fighting foods.
Flax seeds/Flax seed oil contains lignans that help reduce breast/prostate tumor growth and spread. Consuming just 25 grams of flaxseed a day may reduce tumor growth in breast and prostate cancer. It can also reduce the body's production of estrogen, so its benefits have been linked to breast cancer prevention
Moringa oleifera leaves extract acts as anti-cancer against breast cancer cell lines
Black cumin seed oil contains thymoquinone which inhibits cancer cell activity and can kill several types of cancer cells
Chia seeds are a rich source of poly-unsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) with omega-3 & omega-6 essential fatty acids, which contain anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory effects.
Check out our recipes section for creative ideas of incorporating flax seeds into your routine