Avocados in my Kitchen: Keeping Cancer Away

Health

Avocados are one of my favorite foods. I wouldn’t be writing about them if they were not yummers and special. Health wise, this creamy chip’s best friend have awesome skills. They are filled with Vitamin E. Vitamin E, an essential vitamin that with your beauty and protects against many diseases.

Avocados have been known to have Oral Cancer Defense; they seek pre-cancerous and cancerous cancer cells and has been said to destroy them.” These studies suggest that phytochemicals from the avocado fruit can be utilized for making active chemoprotective ingredient for lowering the side effect of chemotherapy like cyclophosphamide in cancertherapy.[1]”  I still am reading more research but thus far, that gives us lots of hope.

I also read that  ”Whole-blood and dietary may reduce the risk of prostate cancer. The association may be related to avocado intakes. High blood linolenic acid was directly related to prostate cancer. These associations warrant further investigation. [2]”

Avocados not only help with cancer, they are also known to help with your beauty giving you awesome skin, your eye health, lowering cholesterol and therefore your heart health and can help with Stroke prevention. If I can avoid all of this, why would I not have them in my kitchen?!  Also, Avocados are green food. And Naturally Green foods are known to be power foods to help reduce cancer and major health. So I will be baking some Corn Tortilla to make chips and Make myself a Bowl of Poke…Ahhh you though I was going to say Guacamole eh?.  This is why Avocados are one of my number one Green Players in my Kitchen.

How to make POKE:

2 lbs Fresh Ahi tuna
1 Onion
3 Green Onions
10 tablespoons of Fresh Ginger or Ginger Powder
1 tablespoon of Garlic
A Glaze of Balsamic Vinigrete
AND
 
Cut it up and Mix it up!
 
Smile (If you want)
 
References:
[2] Jackson MD, Walker SP, Simpson-Smith CM, Lindsay CM, Smith G, McFarlane-Anderson N, Bennett FI, Coard KC, Aiken WD, Tulloch T, Paul TJ, Wan RL.Associations of whole-blood fatty acids and dietary intakes with prostate cancer in Jamaica.Cancer Causes Control. 2012 Jan;23(1):23-33. Epub 2011 Oct 9

 
 
 

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