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Eat Foods that Prevent Cancer


Are there foods that prevent cancer? yes! And these specific fruits and vegetables can be part of your everyday eating plan.

Research has shown that it’s never too soon or too late to start eating cancer prevention foods. That’s why every single public health agency recommends at least 2-4 servings of fruit and 3-5 servings of vegetables every day. And they're not talking about iceberg lettuce, French fries and a banana. They're talking about dark-green leafy vegetables and bright yellow, orange and red fruits and vegetables.

Both cancer and health begin and end in a single cell. Powerful fruit and vegetable anti cancer foods are nutrient dense in carotenoids, which are potent antioxidant phytonutrients important to the health, growth and longevity of every single cell in your body. Carotenoids have been found to 1) prevent oxidative damage on the cellular level, 2) stop the progression and spread of cancer cells and 3) help repair the damage cancer may already have done to cells.

What are carotenoids? Simply put, carotenoids are “nature’s crayons” that can color you healthy. They’re the coloring agents found in such fruits and vegetables as sweet potatoes, carrots, red bell peppers, tomatoes, spinach, apricots, strawberries and peaches. These foods contain the most powerful members of the carotenoid family – alpha, beta, gamma and zeta carotenes, lycopene, lutein, zeaxanthin, cryptoxanthins and xanthophylls. Other carotenoid rich fruits and vegetables are oranges, pink grapefruit, mangoes, broccoli, squash, kale, Swiss chard and collard greens.

Here’s the good news! If you’re one of the millions of people who aren't getting their daily 9 servings of fresh fruits and vegetables, there's an easy solution. If you still want the complete antioxidant protection of anti cancer foods, you can add Carotenoid ComplexTM to your daily supplement program.

Carotenoid ComplexTM is made up of natural, high carotenoid fruits and vegetables (tomatoes, carrots, spinach, red bell peppers, strawberries, apricots and peaches) - and is concentrated to support a strong immune system. Each bottle contains the carotenoid equivalent of 250 pounds of raw organic fruits and vegetables.

Carotenoid ComplexTM is by far the most thoroughly researched, truly natural, proven effective carotenoid supplement on the market. Studies conducted by independent USDA researchers and published in the prestigious, peer reviewed American Journal of Clinical Nutrition have shown that Carotenoid ComplexTM increases natural protective killer cells by a whopping 37% in just 20 days. You can just imagine how strong your immune system could be six months to a year from now.

For more detailed information on how Carotenoid ComplexTM can help keep you, your family and your friends vibrantly healthy, super strong and always looking and feeling your absolute best, go to www.carotenoids.net.

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