3 Super Foods that Can Melt Cancer Cells


By: Ana Margarita A. Olar| Vigorbuddy.com

Cancer is becoming more common today. Before, I thought that it was only for TV series. Today cancer is everywhere.

Experts said that our population is all at risk to acquire cancer. We eat processed foods, fats, and load our drinks with sugar. The food you choose to eat plays a great role to preventing this disease.

Here are the super foods that you should choose to melt cancer cells before they even start to grow:

anti cancer-garlic


Garlic has a natural antibiotic effect. It has a sulfur compound that can help boost your immune system’s natural defenses against cancer. Make sure to eat it raw by mixing with salad or blending it with dressings.


Turmeric is an Indian spice which also known to have a very powerful antioxidant property. It is commonly seen in dishes like chicken curry and other curried dishes.  The curcumin content of turmeric is also believed to inhibit metastasis formation. This is the reason why it is a favorite ayurvedic medicine. You can mix it with your curry dishes or make a turmeric tea by adding hot water.

Don’t forget to brush your teeth after because it can cause yellow staining.


First, broccoli is rich in fiber. Any fiber rich food can clean and sweep your intestine. Too much consumption of meat can make you constipated and alter regular bowel movement.

When you eat processed meat, it can stay in your digestive system in three days or more. By that time, you can potentially absorb cancerous toxins.

Eating fiber-rich foods like broccoli can help give your stomach and intestine a “body scrub” to wash away toxins. It regulates regular bowel movement too, making you less prone to colon cancer.

Next, broccoli is rich in vitamin C and antioxidants that boost your immunity and repair damage cells.

In addition, lemon, berries, and green leafy vegetables are also great choices for a healthier body. Make sure to have regular exercise, enough water, and relaxation to strengthen your immunity against cancer.