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1. 5 foods that can help cut the risk of breast cancer

Healthy diet and eating habits can go a long way in lowering cancer risk. These foods contain nutrients that may be especially helpful in reducing breast cancer risk:

Plums contain phenols, strong antioxidants that may help kill breast cancer cells while leaving healthy cells intact. According to researchers at Texas A&M, the antioxidant levels in plums are on par with the better known superfood blueberries.

Sauerkraut is an unexpected breast cancer-fighter with high levels of glucossinolates that have been found to inhibit the development of cancers including breast cancer. Researchers at the University of Michigan found that people who ate sauerkraut at least three times a week were 72 percent less likely to develop breast cancer than those who it less than twice a week.

Tomatoes are packed with lycopene, a powerful antioxidant that gives tomatoes their redness and also helps protect against breast cancer by stopping cancer cell growth. Researchers at Harvard Medical School found that people who ate greater quantities of tomatoes, and carotenoid vegetables in general, lowered their risk of breast cancer.

Broccoli is a cruciferous vegetable that’s rich in phytonutrients that can arrest the spread of cancer and stop cancer cells from forming. These phytonutrients also change estrogen metabolism, prompting the production of a form of estrogen that doesn’t raise breast cancer risk.

Garlic contains allyl sulfide, a compound that research suggests alters the process during which a normal, healthy cell becomes cancerous. Numerous studies have shown that components in garlic inhibit growth and reduce the spread of human breast cancer cells.