Higher blood levels of the trace mineral selenium are associated
with lower rates of colorectal neoplasia, finds a new study,
suggesting that raising dietary intake of the mineral could protect
against colorectal cancer.
Northwestern University is seeking to discover whether lycopene -
an antioxidant commonly found in tomatoes and tomato-based products
and commonly perceived to reduce the risk of developing prostate
cancer - can reverse pre-cancerous...
Increased fruit and vegetable consumption is associated with a
decreased risk of cardiovascular disease but not cancer, according
to a new study that suggests the cancer-protective effect may have
Powerhouse antioxidants contained in three or more pieces of fruit
and vegetables a day could severely reduce the risk of developing
cancer of the lymphatic system, with broccoli and cabbage showing
particularly strong benefits.