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The anticancer health benefits of kale

(NaturalHealth365) Skeptics question, “is kale really that good for you?” With a resounding “yes,” the health benefits of kale would surprise most people.

In fact, if you did a search at the American Cancer Society, Susan G. Komen or any other conventional resource (online) – you’ll find nothing much about the real value of kale.  Doesn’t that make you wonder, why?

You see, cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli and Brussels sprouts have long been studied for their anticancer compounds.  And, kale – which is a cruciferous vegetable – offers many health benefits, putting it at the top of the list as a potent anticancer food.

Clinically proven to offer widespread immunoregulartory effects, kale contains a myriad of compounds that have been shown to help stop the conversion of certain lesions to cancerous cells. As a result of these combined compounds, kale has been shown to prevent and fight against cancers such as breast, prostate, oral, colorectal, kidney and esophageal.

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17 Cancer facts every person needs to know

From Ty Bollinger of GreenMedinfo at The Truth About Cancer website:

“Not the scientific and medical terms used to describe the disease but general knowledge about the #2 killer in the United States.  It’s incredible that there is so much information online about cancer – available with a few simple keystrokes – but how much do you really know?

There are so many forms of cancer, every patient case is unique, and you will never know everything (though that would be fantastic).  It can be overwhelming….

  1. Researchers worldwide agree that at least half of all cancers and cancer-related deaths are preventable.  In 2015, an estimated 1.6 million deaths will be attributed to cancer – saving half with prevention is an excellent place to start.
  2. Cancer is the single name assigned to more than 100 diseases.  Though cancer was once referred to as a “wasting disease,” it is actually the result of abnormal cells that multiply and spread out of control to various points in your body, damaging healthy cells along the way.  Most types of cancer result in tumors but cancers that affect the blood do not…”

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Check out our page on Cancer and read about success stories from NZ. Be sure to explore thetruthaboutcancer website also. 

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