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Mehmet Oz, MD, Cardiology, answeredSpinach is loaded with folate, a B-vitamin that helps your cells repair DNA damage that could otherwise lead to cancer. Spinach can be used fresh, steamed, or sautéed. If you prefer, try kale, collards, or broccoli. They have folate, too, and they also boost your liver’s ability to remove cancer-causing toxins from your body. Just two servings a week will help -- but green vegetables are so healthful, I’d suggest having them every day.