Fall’s Cancer Fighting Foods
These nutrient-dense foods will keep you healthy.
In a recent study of 6,177 Canadians, those whose diets were rich in beta-carotene, lutein, and zeaxanthin were up to 26 percent less likely to develop the most common form of kidney cancer. Other new research found that women with high levels of these plant chemicals had a lower risk of ovarian cancer; men were less likely to get lung cancer. Pumpkin and winter squash are a great source of these nutrients. If squash could talk, this is what it would tell you.
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Get the recipe for Cheese Tortellini with Pumpkin & Ricotta
Get the recipe for Squash and Eggplant Casserole
Get the recipe for Pumpkin Griddle Cakes
Get the recipe for Caribbean Butternut Squash and Corn Stew
Get the recipe for Gratinéed Baked Squash Halves
Get the recipe for Spicy Peanuts and Pumpkin Seeds
Get the recipe for Winter Squash Waffles
Get the recipe for Rice-Stuffed Squash
Get the recipe for No-Bake Pumpkin Pie with Gingersnap Crust