Washington: A senior nutritionist from Boston has revealed that many fruits and vegetables can be incorporated in a healthy diet to fight cancer.Studies suggest that eating at least one apple a day can help prevent throat, mouth, colon, lung and possibly breast cancer as they contain quercetin a nutrient that protects the cell’s DNA from getting harmed, which could lead to the development of cancer.“The key is to eat them raw and with the skin on. That’s where many of the nutrients are found,” Stacy Kennedy from Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, said.Cranberries have benzoic acid in them, which has been shown to inhibit the growth of lung cancer, colon cancer, and some forms of leukemia.Colorful vegetables like beets, carrots, and parsnips add a burst of color and taste.
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