Posts Tagged ‘Brassica’
Mom was right when she urged you to eat your broccoli. Sure, we already knew that this vegetable is a nutritional powerhouse that should have a place on everyone’s plate. It’s rich in vitamins A, C, K, and many B vitamins – just to name a few nutrients. But broccoli also contains another compound that appears to show promise in protecting against certain cancers, specifically those that involve the hormone estrogen. Even more exciting, this substance is also available in supplement form. So, if you’re like former President George Bush – and countless kindergartners – and just can’t stand the […]
Continue reading DIM: Cancer-Fighting Supplement Doesn’t Work (Try These Foods Instead)
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Tags: Brassica, cancer, cervical cancer, cruciferous vegetables, Diindolylmethane, DIM, estrogen, estrogen metabolism, HPV, human papilloma virus, ovarian cancer
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