Green Tea and Broccoli Can Fight Prostate Cancer

As it turns out, one way to possibly fight Prostate cancer is to eat green literally – using Green Tea and broccolli. As research has found, green tea and broccoli can fight prostate cancer.   In the study, men who had been treated for the disease were given a capsule containing essence of pomegranate, green… Continue reading Green Tea and Broccoli Can Fight Prostate Cancer

Chamomile Tea Can Ward Off Cancer

According to recent research, Chamomile Tea can ward off cancer. The tea contains a chemical, apigenin, which takes away some of the ‘superpowers’ of cancer cells. Scientists at Ohio State University found apigenin can block the ability of breast cancer cells to live for longer than normal cells,  thus halting their spread and making them more sensitive… Continue reading Chamomile Tea Can Ward Off Cancer

Women Who Drink Green Tea Have Lower Chance of Digestive System Cancers

In a recent study led by researchers from Vanderbilt- Ingram Cancer Center, it is found that women who drink Green Tea have lower chance of digestive system cancers, especially cancers of the stomach, esophagus and colorectum. The study by lead author Sarah Nechuta, Ph.D., MPH, assistant professor of Medicine, was published in he November edition… Continue reading Women Who Drink Green Tea Have Lower Chance of Digestive System Cancers

Drinking Tea Can Prevent Ovarian Cancer

Researchers have found that drinking two cups of tea a day can cut a woman’s chance of getting Ovarian Cancer by one-third. It is thought antioxidant compounds found in tea – catechins and theanins – contribute to improved blood vessel function. The study was carried out in the U.S. with 414 women, half of whom had been… Continue reading Drinking Tea Can Prevent Ovarian Cancer

Green Tea is found likely to prevent Breast Cancer

As found in Nathan Gray article on Nutraingredients.com, a study published in Nutrition Journal has found

consumption of Green Tea may reduce the risk of developing breast cancer by modifying the metabolism of oestrogen, according to new research

The study looked at the possible association between drinking green tea and “urinary oestrogens ” and “oestrogen metabolites”- finding that high intake of green tea can modify oestrogen metabolism and conjugation and can in this way “influence breast cancer risk”. This study was led by Dr. Barbara Fuhrman from the National Cancer Institute of the United States National Institute of Health. Oestrogen Metabolism is one of the known causal elements of breast cancer. Oestrogen is a variant of Estrogen and affects various female sexual characteristics. Essentially, although more tests need to be run,  if you consume a lot of green tea, you may be less likely to get breast cancer. It was found in the study that  when post-menopausal Japanese women consumed large quantities of Green Tea, there were “reduced urinary concentrations of oestrone”. So now in addition to the potential to fight heart disease, lowering cholesterol, preventing diabetes, and staving off Alzheimer’s, and the sheer power of its antioxidants – it could also prevent breast cancer. There’s even more reason to go green, not only because it’s so delicious, but to prevent even more pink ribbons in the future