Prostate cancer (PC) is a disease typical for old age, though anomalies in the prostate tissue can be observed in men in their twenties or thirties. Therefore, PC is believed to be slow-growing cancer. The long, relatively silent period of prostate cancer suggests that different types of therapies could potentially slow disease progression or stop disease onset, which could help to avoid or decrease invasive surgical procedures such as prostatectomy.
In the previous posts, we discussed various food ingredients such as Lycopene in tomatoes, Polyacetylenic oxylipins in carrots, Vitamin K2 in sauerkraut, and natto that have proven anti-cancer activities. Here we will address the cancer-healing properties of one more magic gift of nature – broccoli.Read More