Washington: A compound abundant in the Mediterranean diet re-educates cancer cells into becoming normal cells that die as scheduled, a new study has found.Ohio State University researchers found that the compound in certain plant-based foods, called apigenin, could stop breast cancer cells from inhibiting their own death.Parsley, celery and chamomile tea are the most common sources of apigenin, but it is also found in many fruits and vegetables.The researchers found that apigenin binds with an estimated 160 proteins in the human body, suggesting that other nutrients linked to health benefits - called "nutraceuticals" - might have similar far-reaching effects.
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