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Diet Swap SLASHES Cancer Risk 25%

It’s no secret that eating more fruits and veggies can help you dodge cancer. 

Everything from broccoli and arugula to strawberries and blueberries are all proven to help fight cancer and prevent it from spreading. 

But not all of these plants are created equal. 

You see, French researchers have discovered there’s only one type of produce you should be eating if you want to STOP cancer before it ever starts.

Fortunately, it’s easy and affordable to make the switch. 

You’ve heard it time and again: eating organic is the healthy way to go.

Now we know that this easy diet switch is more important than we’ve ever known when it comes to cancer. 

In a new study, published in JAMA, researchers analyzed the diets and cancer status of more than 70,000 adults for about 4 years.

At the end, researchers from the French equivalent of the U.S. National Institutes of Health – called Inserm – determined that folks who the most organic foods most often were significantly less likely to develop cancer.

In fact, they SLASHED their cancer risk by a WHOPPING 25 PERCENT! 

And these results make perfect sense. 

Conventional produce is grown with synthetic fertilizers, pesticides and are often genetically modified. 

And this combination of health-wrecking chemicals can send your cancer risk into the stratosphere. 

The researchers in this study were able to determine that the presence or absence of chemicals is a primary factor in the protective, health-enhancing effects of organic fruits and vegetables.

So if you’re eating non-organic produce you are not only exposed to all sorts of cancer agents, you’re also weakening your body’s defense against those cancer-causing chemicals.

What are you waiting for?! Switching to organic won’t break the bank. It’s often just a 10 or 20 cents more a pounds for organic produce. 

That’s a lot cheaper than any mainstream cancer treatment. 

And a lot tastier, too!

Fighting For Your Health,

Susan White
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health