Nutrition & cancer prevention

By: Dr.Nashwa Samir Abdelfatah Abdrabou - 29 January 2020

One of the most important advice of the American Cancer Society is for the patient to eat fiber-rich foods (at least 6 meals of whole grains and whole-grain bread, brown rice, corn ... etc.) Green salads should be eaten at least twice a day with fruit (of course well washed without peeling raw or cooked over low heat) with attention to vegetables with dark or yellow leaves rich in beta-carotene, and vitamin C such as carrots, tomatoes, spinach, hazelnut and cauliflower Peaches, melons, and grapes contain Resveratrol and orange contain Lemoside Glycoside, which is one of the active anti-cancer cells. Note: In the body beta-carotene is converted into vitamin A and is known to be potent as an antioxidant Food and foods rich in vitamin E should be eaten as they protect humans from most cancers, especially esophageal and stomach cancer because they work to prevent and not form nitrogen-carcinogen inside the stomach. It has also been proven through numerous scientific research in this field that cabbage, cauliflower, and broccoli contain effective substances that inhibit the newly formed cancer cells in the digestive system (colon) and respiratory system. Eating a cup of milk daily without fat protects a person from cancer, especially lung, mouth, stomach, rectal and uterus cancer in women. Drinking alcohol in all its forms should be avoided, as it has already been proven to be the leading cause of liver, stomach and colon cancer Eat fish rich in omega-3 fatty acids such as salmon, tuna, sardines, mackerel, etc. Eat soy products, miso soup, tofu, and soy milk Eat skim dairy products Eat legumes, beans, lentils, chickpeas, beans, beans, peas, etc. Eat cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, tomatoes, carrots, potatoes, pumpkin (hazel squash), eggplant, cucumber, onion, garlic, spinach, watercress, radishes, leeks, parsley, chard ... etc. Eat fruits such as watermelon, guava, apricots, oranges, strawberries, grapefruit, cranberries, blackberries ... etc. Eat starches such as brown rice, whole-grain bread, whole grains of corn, barley, wheat, and so on