Phytos That Fight Cancer

Singer, L.L.
February 2002
Men's Fitness;Feb2002, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p46
Provides information on various forms of phytochemicals that can be found in food to fight cancer. Vegetables which contains phytochemicals; Amount of lycopene found in tomatoes; Effect of eating lycopene-rich foods on the risk of heart attack; Element of the tea which can block the formation of cancer-causing compounds.


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