Fight cancer with horseradish
Your diet can effect many aspects of your life. Learn why horseradish should be added to your grocery list.
KEVIN SODEN (VOICEOVER): Next time you make a sandwich, add some kick with horseradish. [MUSIC PLAYING]
Horseradish is a cruciferous vegetable. This puts it in the same family as broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, arugula, watercress, and wasabi
to name a few. [MUSIC PLAYING]
It turns out these veggies that are potent sources of cancer fighting compounds. When you munch on these foods and these compounds
get broken down, they turn into cancer fighting phytochemicals. These phytochemicals get carcinogens out of your body
before they do damage to your DNA. They also help block the action of cancer causing hormones. [MUSIC PLAYING]
It's no wonder studies show that people who eat more cruciferous veggies have less cancer. So add horseradish and its cruciferous kin into your diet.
[MUSIC PLAYING] It'll add kick to your meals and pack a cancer-fighting punch.
For more foods that fight cancer, watch all our smart tips right here. [MUSIC PLAYING]
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