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Eating fruit and vegetables may help protect women from bladder cancer

by , 24 October 2013
Eating fruit and vegetables may help protect women from bladder cancer
Bladder cancer is more common in older people and mostly in women. If you're a woman, the news today is - if you eat more fruits and vegetables it could reduce your risk of developing invasive bladder cancer. This is what the researchers from the University of Hawaii Cancer Centre have reported in The Journal of Nutrition.

Reach for these super foods to boost your odds against bladder cancer
Fruits and vegetables contain several antioxidants, nutrients and phytochemicals which could protect you against cancer. In this case the best to eat are orange and yellow fruit and vegetables.
Choose super foods such as bananas, oranges, as well as carrots, melons, peppers, pumpkin, squash and sweet potatoes.
A diet rich in fruits and vegetables could cut your risk of bladder cancer in half
The researchers studied information over 12 and half years. During that time 152 women and 429 men developed invasive bladder cancer.
They also found that women with the highest intake of the antioxidant vitamins A, C and E also have the same reduced risk of bladder cancer.
Don’t limit yourself to orange and yellow though, especially if you want to slash your risk of other diseases as well.  Always include a rainbow of colours in your diet as they’re all rich in various and important nutrients.

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