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New research says this “leafy green” might hold the answer to prostate cancer prevention

by , 23 February 2015

Prostate cancer is one of the worst types of cancer around the globe.

The worst thing about it is you're likely to receive the diagnosis only once the cancer is in its late stages.

It's just THAT difficult to detect.

And that means your survival rate is significantly lower compared to other forms of cancer, because, by then, there's no telling how many of your other tissues are invaded too.

That makes it one of the most deadly types of cancers, which claims thousands of lives every year.

But there's new hope!

And it's in the form of one little leafy green vegetable…

Broccoli: The prostate cancer prevention food every man should eat

There’s a compound in broccoli that researchers say is essential to every man’s sexual health.
The compound, called sulphoraphane, is one of the most potent antioxidants found in food.
And luckily, it’s easy to get your hands on.
That’s right.
All you have to do is eat your daily dose of broccoli and it’ll boost your prostate health and even kill cancer cells!
Cancer experts are so excited about what it can do, even the Cancer Research Foundation in the UK is currently underway with a study. They’re looking into what happens to prostate cancer cells in men who eat broccoli soup most days of the week.
They will finish the study at the end of March, so let’s hope they find some valuable evidence.
Another trial underway by the National Cancer Institute, hopes to find that men who receive sulphoraphane treatment see a decrease in their prostate cancer size after 20 weeks. Or, at the very least, don’t see any growth in the tumour when compared to the men who are taking a placebo.
Now, you might be thinking, why should you eat broccoli if there isn’t any concrete evidence yet?
Oh but there is!
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Texan researchers say broccoli is a perfect food for prostate cancer prevention and treatment

Broccoli is one of the best foods to prevent cancerTexan researchers recently published their findings in the journal Oncology, explaining the benefits of broccoli and, in particular, how using the compound sulphoraphane can make a huge impact in prostate cancer prevention.
And it all has to do with the detox processes that happen in your body. This green leafy vegetable compound keeps them working as they should. So instead of toxins feeding the cancers, your body is able to remove them and prevent the cancers from growing and spreading.
While researchers continue to look into the health benefits of sulphoraphane and how it can be a useful nutrients in prostate cancer prevention, you have the benefits right at your fingertips already.
Simply add at least one serving of broccoli to your daily meals and keep your prostate cancer-free and your body fighting fit.
  1. http://www.futurity.org/prostate-cancer-broccoli-sulforaphane-839992/
  2. http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/about-cancer/trials/a-trial-looking-effect-sulforaphane-prostate-cancer-escape
  3. http://www.cancernetwork.com/prostate-cancer/asco-sulforaphane-prostate-cancer-found-worthy-further-investigation
  4. http://www.cancer.gov/clinicaltrials/search/view?cdrid=688138&version=Patient

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