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Weird “Rocket Salad” STOPS Cancer

If your mom was anything like mine, she probably told you this a thousand times…

Eat your greens!

And that’s not just good advice – it could be life-saving advice.

Because new science proves that one weird, green veggie may be the greatest natural cancer-fighter on Earth.

I can practically guarantee it’s not in your fridge right now – but getting your hands on it couldn’t be easier.

Arugula is a leafy veggie also known as “rocket salad.”

And that’s not a bad nickname… because arugula is like a missile that seeks out and attacks cancer.

You see, arugula is loaded with phytochemicals such as thiocyanates, indoles, and sulforaphane that have all been proven to fight cancer.

Sulforaphane in particular has been heralded as a major breakthrough in cancer treatment.

That’s because it inhibits the enzyme histone deacetylase (HDAC) that allows cancer cells to grow and spread.

Sulforaphane has been studied for its ability to stop melanoma, esophageal, prostate, and pancreatic cancers.

What’s more? Arugula also contains:

  • High levels of vitamin K which supports healthy cells and clean arteries
  • Folates which promote red blood cell health and serotonin (the “feel good” neurotransmitter) levels
  • Antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin to detoxify your body
  • Chlorophyll which detoxes and cleanses your blood

Most of us don’t eat a lot of arugula. But you can easily work it into almost any meal.

Add it to a smoothie at breakfast, a salad at lunch, and pasta during dinner.

Or, if you want a more concentrated dose, you can introduce arugula or sulforaphane supplements into your daily routine.

Fighting For Your Health,

Susan White
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health