Researchers discover that strawberries can inhibit breast cancer in mice

Latin American and European researchers research finds that strawberries may help fight breast cancer after conducting experiments using a group of mice with breast tumors. The mice were given a strawberry rich diet. due to the phenolic plant compounds found in the fruit the tumors began to stop growing some even shrinking.

Key Takeaways:

  • Not only are strawberries a delicious fruit, they could also be a cancer-fighting food in the future.
  • Earlier investigations have shown that strawberries can offer a score of benefits. Consuming 500 g or 10 to 15 strawberries a day can reduce blood cholesterol levels and bring antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compounds into the body, states AgenciaSINC
  • The majority of diseases, including cancer, are complex, and involve complex interactions between cellular and molecular systems that determine the development of the disease

“Strawberries are one of the best sources of ascorbic acid or vitamin C, a nutrient that improves the body’s immune system while simultaneously protecting cells from damage caused by free radicals.”

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