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Apple can slow down the growth of cancer cells

from:e.uuuwell.com  2017-12-7 19:30

   

according to an authoritative journal published by the most recent cornell university study published that apple's taking substances can slow down cancer cell growth, therefore, can not eat apples every day to see a doctor of the old saying has been corroborated.

under the authority of the <> published a journal from the most recent cornell university study published that apple's taking substances can slow down cancer cells growth, therefore, can not eat apples every day to see a doctor of the old saying has been corroborated. cornell university study showed that apple extracts to slow the division of cancer cells in the laboratory, the researchers said, although i do not know that the ability of a substance with anti-cancer, but just as past research indicates that apple and many vegetables fruits and vegetables have a very rich in antioxidants, these antioxidants should be the main component of cancer, due to a wide range of so called "phytochemical", the more phytochemical antioxidant used for the better, these materials, like the fight against cardiovascular disease with good results. the researchers said they did not know what kind of major anti-cancer ingredients, it may take a long time analysis, but more interestingly, does not peel the apple extract better cancer-fighting ability. researchers do not eat apples will be able to declare cancer, but this result is equal to indirectly confirmed this statement, and the current american medical association, and around the world diet experts recommend people should eat different kinds of fruits and vegetables, the most good one day eat five different fruits and vegetables. for phytochemical cancer-fighting ability is the direction many of the scientists, there are many previous studies have pointed out that the ability of fruits and vegetables to prevent cancer, including green tea, grape seed, green broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables, and even orange citrus, tomatoes and other common fruits.