If you smoke, or have ever smoked, start eating raw broccoli
Raw broccoli is also good prevention against lung cancer if you haven’t smoked
This vegetable may cut your risk of developing lung cancer, according to a study from Buffalo’s Roswell Park Cancer Institute.
Broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables including cauliflower, cabbage and Brussels sprouts are high in vitamins and minerals and have been proven to have a beneficial effect against cancer.
The risk of developing lung cancer was lowered by 22% to 50% in smokers and former smokers who ate 4.5 servings of raw cruciferous vegetables a month compared to those who ate less than 2 servings a month.
These findings indicate cruciferous vegetables may play a more important role in cancer prevention among people exposed to cigarette smoking” said study head Dr. Li Tang.
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