Grapefruit

A ton of people really can’t stand the taste of grapefruit but it can be the difference between needing cancer insurance and not needing it in the future. Grapefruit is loaded with antioxidants, namely Vitamin C, and it is a negative calorie fruit — meaning that it costs more calories to digest than to eat. High Vitamin C diets have been directly linked to reduction in cancer risk for the stomach, bladder, cervix, breast, colon, and even your esophagus. In the case of Vitamin C supplements scientists say that you should opt to avoid them if your goal is a reduction in cancer risks. Studies show that Vitamin C from fruit sources is far more effective than its supplement counterparts.

Grapefruit

Grapefruit

Broccoli

There isn’t a diet on this planet that wouldn’t be improved by the addition of heaping services of broccoli. Broccoli has been much maligned over years as the ‘yucky vegetable’ and that is just an unfair treatment. Broccoli is chock full of phytochemicals, which push away cancer cells, and it also is loaded with the protective enzyme sulforaphane. Scientists have found that broccoli intake leads directly to the reduction of various types of cancer, most commonly mouth, stomach, and esophagus. The best way to incorporate broccoli into your diet is by steaming a serving with some olive oil and a little bit of garlic. Those three ingredients will give you a heart healthy snack that will do its job fighting your need for eventual cancer supplemental insurance.

Broccoli

Broccoli