It must be consumed to prevent cancer.
Remember that non-organic foods contain a lot of chemicals. Therefore, it is best to consume seasonal fruits and vegetables. Apart from this, the Mediterranean diet, avoiding floury and sugary foods and meat consumption of no more than half a kilogram per week, should be the basic nutritional principle.
Di-allyl disulfide, the active component of garlic, has been reported to prevent both tumor formation and tumor development.
OMEGA 3 SOURCES (SURFACE FISH LIKE ANCOUNTA, CHERRY, MACKER)
It is beneficial to consume 2-3 times a week.
RED FRUITS (BLACKBERRY, BLACKBERRY, STRAWBERRY, BLACK GRAPE)
Red fruits such as blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, black grapes and pomegranates have anti-cancer properties due to their bioactive components such as phenol and flavonoids. Since the daily consumption of fruit is on average 2-3 servings, 1 serving of red fruit is preferable.
BROCCOLI/ BRUSSELS SOFT
Consuming these vegetable groups 3 times a week has been found to protect against cancer. Raw consumption of broccoli sprouts is recommended if there is no stomach sensitivity to increase the effect of slowing tumor cell growth of sulforophane and indole-3-carbinol.
You can benefit from the protective properties of these foods by consuming 3-4 each day.
There are many studies showing that soybeans or soybean sprouts prevent bladder cancer through their effect on the estrogen hormone. However, it belongs to the group of foods that should be avoided in breast cancer.
Kefir, which contains some beneficial mixtures of fungi and bacteria, such as Saccoromyces, steptococcus, cremoiris and betabacterium caucasum, provides a protective effect by strengthening the immune system.
There are studies showing that catechin mixtures, especially epigallocatecin-3-gallate (ECGC) in green tea, have anti-cancer effects.
Curcumin in turmeric is used in the treatment of various cancers for its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects.
PROCESSED MEAT PRODUCTS
Processed meat products (such as salami, sausage, sausage) are foods that have a carcinogenic effect due to nitrite and nitrate used as preservatives.
Sugary foods, packaged products, cigarettes, poorly washed vegetables and bottom-dwelling fish can cause cancer. High Refined Sugars: High consumption of refined sugars causes weight gain and obesity is one of the risk factors for cancer.