HOW TO TREAT LUNGS CANCER AND OTHER CANCERS WITH CARROTS
Carrots is the best source of alpha carotene in our diets and have been shown to sharply reduce the risk of multiple cancers in human
Alpha carotene: found massively in carrots, Studies show’s that it dramatically reduce lung cancer tumors in mice by 70%. Alpha carotene also markedly suppressed skin cancer and liver cancer in the same study.
WHAT YOU NEED:
Just one serving (which is 80 grams) per week reduced lung cancer risk by 49% in one study out of China.
But five servings of carrots weekly reduced lung cancer risk by a stunning 87% for women in another study from Europe. Dosage matters! This makes getting enough carrots in your diet very important. And five servings weekly will also provide marked reductions in breast cancer (50%), prostate cancer (40%) and pancreatic cancer risk (70%), according to other studies on people.
And for those wanting to stay sharp, carrots are the perfect low-calorie brain food: they’ve been shown to powerfully boost cognitive performance in mice, and are associated with better cognitive functioning in older adults.
Carrots are great steamed, juiced, in stir-fry, roasts, soups, grated in salad or blended in a vegetable smoothie.