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Using Tumeric

Turmeric, a curry spice, has anti-inflammatory properties and contains an antioxidant called curcumin. In very early basic laboratory studies, curcumin has been shown to stop the spread of melanoma cells. However, researchers do not know whether curcumin has any anticancer effects in humans. A recent study showed turmeric may interfere with chemotherapy for breast cancer, so avoid turmeric during chemo. Turmeric supplements also may worsen gallbladder problems or slow blood clotting. If you have finished treatment, the following recipes incorporate turmeric.



Cancer Fighting Foods

No single food or supplement can protect you against cancer by itself. But research shows that a diet filled with a variety of vegetables, fruits, whole grains, beans and other plant foods helps lower risk for many cancers. It is the interaction of compounds in the overall diet that offers the strongest cancer protection, not individual supplements.

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