Food Derived Carotenoids Protect Against Lung Cancer

fruits_veggies2by SAB Director, John Miller

It is well known that carotenoids promote the body’s ability to defend against essentially all forms of cancer. You can find compelling evidence in the form of strong references that support that throughout peer-reviewed scientific/medical literature. A new study published by researchers from Montreal University in the journal Frontiers in Oncology reinforces that point by showing that combinations of dietary carotenoids derived from food provide a 25-35% protective factor against lung cancer.Read More

Fruit and Vegetable Intake: Each Extra Portion Matters!

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By: Dr. Diane E. Clayton, Ph.D.

Researchers from Imperial College London have examined 95 studies on fruit and vegetable intake, covering all regions of the world. The team concluded that the greatest protection against diseases and premature death occurs with a daily consumption of 10 portions of fruits and vegetables. They attributed the protection effects to the “complex network of nutrients they hold”.Read More