Fruits and vegetables are known to contain high amounts of flavonoids, compounds which have been found to have antioxidant (cancer-fighting) properties. Recent research shows that these compounds may help women (but not men) reduce their risk for stomach cancer. Few studies have focused on the role of flavonoids in preventing stomach cancer, the 4th most common, and the 2nd most deadly type of malignancy. Researchers at the Catalan Institute of Oncology in Spain led by Raul Zamora-Ros used data from an on-going research which followed about 500,000 adults in 10 countries in Europe for about 11 years. These men and […]Continue reading Flavonoids Help Reduce Stomach Cancer Risk in Women
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