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Scientist Outlines Dietary Principles Of Cancer Prevention

February 15, 2010: 02:32 PM EST
An Italian scientist says in this interview that protection against cancer comes from eating a balanced diet and preparing food correctly. A diet featuring fruit and vegetables has been proven “through epidemiological data and observations” to protect against tumors of the lung, oral cavity, esophagus, stomach, and intestine. Oranges, garlic, cabbage, broccoli, etc., are among some of the most beneficial foods. Consume vegetables in season and grown “within zero kilometers” of your home, prepared with sharp knives, microwave ovens or steamers. And don’t forget a daily glass or two of wine, which has “all the active principals of fruit, especially polyphenols.”
Prof. Attilio Giacosa, "Cancer: Balanced Diet As Best Form Of Prevention", Interview published on the Web site Cancer Prevention Focus, February 15, 2010, © Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
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