Flavonoids Foods Can Prevent Stomach Cancer

Food prevent stomach cancer
Flavonoids foods
SUBSTANCE flavonoids as found in fruits and vegetables, is said can prevent stomach cancer in women. Similarly, as quoted by Reuters.

Studies conducted at the Catalan Institute of Oncology, Spain, suggest that the decreased risk of stomach cancer by consumption of foods that contain a lot of flavonoids is only beneficial for women only.

Not without reason, the results obtained after observing 500 thousand respondents from 10 European countries. Researchers say, as for the participants who took part in the study were 35 to 70 years, during the research in 11 years.

During the study, researchers found that as many as 683 people who participated in stomach cancer, and 288 cases of cancer among women. Judging from the results, it is known female respondents who consumed 580 milligrams of flavonoids per day at risk of developing stomach cancer is 51 percent lower than women who consumed less than 200 milligrams of flavonoids per day.

In line with these studies, previous studies also mentioned that flavonoids can reduce the risk of cancer. And research focus to add that foods containing flavonoids have more leverage effect to ward off an attack of stomach cancer. A diet based flavonoid-rich foods such as fruits, vegetables, whole grain cereals, nuts, tea, and chocolate. Such a diet is to make people eat less meat, and can reduce the risk of stomach cancer, as said study leader, Raul Zamora-Ros.

As is known, is a component of plant flavonoid anti-oxidants as a supplement to the cell, which has the properties of these materials as antifungal, antibacterial, antiviral, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory.

To get the benefits of flavonoids, you can find several kinds of food, such as carrots, sweet potatoes, broccoli, kale, spinach, cabbage, peppers, and paprika. Moreover in the fruit, you can eat kiwi, mango, papaya, citrus, melons, peaches, grapes, or watermelon. In addition to fruits and vegetables, flavonoids are also found in tea are known to have high levels of flavonoids 12.511 milligrams per 100 grams. (Reuters, Wikipedia, Healthmeup / * / OL-06)

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