2. Peppers

Red Peppers

Colorful red, green, and yellow peppers also contain many phytochemicals, including quercetin, beta-carotene, and luteolin. Studies suggest red peppers contain the highest levels of these antioxidants. However, including any of these peppers in your diet may offer protection against the growth of cancer and cancer stem cells. You can enjoy peppers sliced onto a salad, dipped in hummus, or simmered in savory soups and stews. Furthermore, peppers taste amazing and offer many nutrients when stuffed with brown rice and veggies and baked in the oven.

1. Garlic


Garlic, a member of the allium family, contains sulfur compounds which may impart anti-cancer effects. Moreover, these sulfur compounds may also provide anti-inflammatory, cholesterol-lowering, and anti-microbial benefits. If you like garlic, you will love Smitten Kitchen’s recipe for 44-Clove Garlic Soup. This recipe calls for garlic, onions, thyme, chicken broth, and whipping cream. It is the perfect soup for a cold winter’s day and may heal your body as well as soothe your spirit.



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