Eating these foods might help reduce your cancer risk

Cruciferous vegetables like brocolli contain sulphoraphane, which is believed to have anticancer properties. — TNS

The significance of dietary choices extends beyond mere sustenance, as it can profoundly impact various facets of our health, including susceptibility to chronic ailments like heart disease, diabetes, and notably, cancer.

Mounting evidence underscores the profound influence of diet on the initiation and progression of cancer.

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