“Smelly Veggies” KILL Colon Cancer
Colon cancer is one of the most terrifying cancers you could possibly face.
If you catch it early, the surgeries and treatments come with a long and miserable road to recovery.
And if you catch it late, you’ve only got a 10 percent chance of survival.
But it shouldn’t be this way… you deserve a better way to STOP colon cancer.
Now, it’s here.
New research shows that some “smelly veggies” actually offer a safe and easy way to KILL colon cancer.
But don’t worry… they taste great, too.
An exciting study, published in the Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Oncology, shows that eating allium vegetables – like garlic and onions – reduces your risk of colon cancer by 79 percent.
Yes. You read that correctly. 79 percent.
For the study, researchers analyzed the cancer status and diets of over 1,600 participants.
At the end, the correlation was clear: The more allium vegetables you eat, the less likely you are to develop colon cancer.
How is this possible, you ask?
Well, allium vegetables have a powerful nutrient profile rich in phytochemicals and flavonoids like quercetin and allyl sulfide.
Other studies have shown that these chemicals found in allium veggies:
- Stop healthy cells from mutating.
- Inhibit tumor growth.
- Regulate optimal enzyme activity.
- Prevent DNA damage.
- Scavenge for free radicals.
To get these benefits, all you need is to introduce more allium vegetables into your daily diet – the more the better!
These include onions, garlic, leeks, scallions, chives, and shallots.