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Breast Cancer and diseases of women with Healthy Foods

September 7, 2011

Prevent Breast Cancer and diseases of women with Healthy Foods

Several types of specific foods known to have the ability to ward off disease. Nutritionists call it a superfood. Here is a 7 (seven) best Healthy foods that should be included in your diet program, especially for the women to prevent the risk of diseases such as osteoporosis, heart disease, cervical cancer, and breast cancer.

1.  Healthy Foods Tomatoes

As is known, the red fruit is rich in lycopene which plays an important role in warding off breast and cervical cancer. In fact, a study showed the consumption of tomato can be heart healthy. After looking at nearly 40,000 women, researchers from Boston, concluded, lycopene also protects the heart. To raise the levels of antioxidants and lycopene, are advised to eat tomatoes after cooking.

2. Healthy Foods  Flax

Flax seed (a type of hemp, such as sesame, Linum usitatissimum) is a food rich in benefits. Basically divided into two varieties of flax, which is brown and golden flax. Flax is usually processed for industrial linen and linseed oil.
Experts from the Mayo Clinic found that 40 grams of flaxseed can reduce the symptoms of heat stroke are often experienced by menopausal women. Some reports indicate hemp can lower “bad” cholesterol or LDL and triglycerides. In a study in China known to benefit the more obvious in women. Meanwhile, in brown or golden flax, plays a role in the fight against breast cancer.
Warning: Pregnant women and nursing mothers are advised not to consume flaxseed.

3. Healthy Foods  Cabbage

Many health benefits can be obtained from vegetable this one, especially for women. Cabbage contains antioxidants such as lutein and zeazanthin that serves to protect the eyes. In addition, cabbage is also a good mengadung vitamin K in bone builder. The researchers found that women who ate a diet rich in vitamin K, had a lower risk of hip fracture.

4. Healthy Foods  Salmon

Salmon are included in omega-3 smber best. In pregnant women, studies show that fish oil (omega-3) helped in overcoming postpartum sadness. Other benefits include improving the function of neural connections in the fetal brain.

5. Healthy Foods  Cranberry juice

Cranberry is a natural remedy that is believed to cure UTI urinary tract infection in women and has been widely recommended by experts. These fruits contain antioxidants that prevents bacteria from sticking to the bladder wall, which is a breeding ground for bacteria and cause infection. The findings are based on results of recent studies that examined the concentration of cranberry extract.
Appropriate dose: Varies. But you should drink cranberry juice that is 100 percent fresh (60 calories per cup) to avoid excess sugar.

6. Healthy Foods  Greek Yogurt

Most of you might not know much about Greek Yogurt. Yogurt is indeed different from the yogurt in general. Greek yogurt offers twice the protein is better (than other types of yogurt) with a little sugar.
The low level of carbohydrate also helps us keep the blood sugar remains stable. In addition, studies show that Healthy foods with high protein level (30 percent of calories) to help women in losing weight and maintaining muscle.

7. Healthy Foods  Walnuts

Recent studies have shown, only eating two ounces of walnuts per day to help slow the progression of breast cancer and slow tumor growth (results of testing on mice). Walnuts contain antioxidants called phytosterols, which have an important role in the fight against cancer. In fact, omega-3 fats in walnuts effective in preventing excessive bone turnover that makes bones strong and healthy.


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  1. Noel Williams permalink

    Regular screening should also be encouraged. My wife caught a lump in her left breast early because she did her yearly screening.

    Another very important both men and women should do is to find out what ailments run in your family and monitor you body for those ailments.

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