New study confirms broccoli to be extremely effective at battling liver cancer — NaturalNews.com – February 17, 2019

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(Natural News) Even though we’ve made tremendous advances in science in recent years, some of the best medicine you can find today comes from plants and trees. Case in point: broccoli. It’s always been considered a health food, but now, a new study published in the Journal of Nutrition shows that this cruciferous vegetable has the power to protect against liver cancer.

It’s an important finding as obesity – which has been linked to liver cancer – is skyrocketing in the U.S., due largely to the poor American diet. This unhealthy way of eating sees more sugar and saturated fat stored in the liver and converted to body fat, placing people at risk of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, which leads to cirrhosis and liver cancer. Obesity places men at a five times higher likelihood of developing this deadly cancer….Read more

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Vitamin D Lowers Risks of Cancer — April 3, 2018

High levels of vitamin D may be linked to a lower risk of developing cancer, including liver cancer, a study published today in the British Medical Journal has said. The researchers said their findings support the theory that vitamin D might help protect against some cancers. Vitamin D is made by the skin in response…Read more

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Cannabis May Protect Alcohol Users from Liver Disease, Research Shows — January 22, 2018

Anna Hunt, Staff WriterWaking Times A new study showed that abusive alcohol users who also use cannabis are less likely to develop all types of liver disease. A group of researchers set out to “determine the effects of cannabis use on the incidence of liver disease in individuals who abuse alcohol.” They wanted to see…Read more

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