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Lecture 29- Vitamin C and Cancer

Lecture 29- Vitamin C and Cancer - o Potentiated by...

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Lecture 29: Vitamin C and Cancer 16/12/2009 19:12:00 Sources of Vitamin C Oranges Cantaloupe Mango Kiwi Peas Strawberries Broccoli  Brussels Sprouts  Red Peppers Foods that protect against Cancer Cruciferous Vegetables  o Cabbages  o Broccoli o Brussels Sprouts  Citrus Fruit o Lemons o Oranges o Grapefruit Coffee Beans Advise to Protect Against Cancer Reduce total intake  o a. Decrease fat 
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o b. Decrease protein  Increase Fruits and Vegetables  o Increase fiber (whole grains)  o Foods containing Vitamin A  o Foods containing Vitamin C  o Foods contain lycopene and beta-carotene  o Cruciferous Vegetables  o Citrus Fruit  Increase coffee Food Practices that Increase Risk of Cancer Smoking Any vitamin or mineral deficiency Grain Storage  o Aflatoxin (peanuts, corn oil)
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Unformatted text preview: o Potentiated by Hepatitis B • Smoking foods • Charcoal Grilling • Deep Frying • Salt-Pickling ← ← Minimizing Risk of Cancer • Examine yourself • Know family history • Don't smoke tobacco • Limit exposure to sun • Eat your fruits and veges • Limit consumption of meats • Limit consumption of fats • Limit alcohol consumption o < 2 oz/day • Prevent overweight o Endometrial (uterine) cancer o Post-menopausal breast cancer o Colon cancer o Prostatic cancer o Kidney o Esophagus & Stomach o Gallbladder o Pancreas • Exercise o Inverted J Hypothesis • Maintain Positive Attitude 16/12/2009 19:12:00 ← 16/12/2009 19:12:00 ←...
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