According to the National Cancer Institute in the US, a diet full of vegetables and fruits can help women avoid the risk of breast cancer.
A diet rich is vegetables and fruits , consumed over a considerable length of time, will not only help in avoiding a number of fatal diseases but will also aid in the healing process of various types of ailments like breast cancer.
Researchers from the National Cancer Institute in the US now have reason to believe that carotenoids – organic pigments found in fruits and vegetables known for their anti-oxidant properties – can also prevent the formation of cancer cells in the breasts. Because carotenoids can alter the working of the immune system, they can help in altering the formation of any kind of cancerous cells.
The best sources of carotenoids are melons, oranges, peppers, carrots, broccoli, spinach and sweet potatoes.
Watch the video below to learn more about how a diet rich in fruit can help reduce your cancer risk.