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4 New Ways to Boost Food’s Anticancer Properties

Posted on 11/8/2013 by |Personal Health and Well-being | Comments

Bulletin Today | Personal HealthCancer researchers have long known that certain vegetables contain powerful anticancer compounds, but whether our bodies get the full dose of these substances often depends on how we cook the vegetables and even what other foods we eat along with them. This week, at the annual conference of the American Institute for Cancer Research, scientists presented new research on how to get the most cancer-preventive properties out of certain vegetables we eat. >> Sign up for the AARP Health Newsletter Here’s …