Dr. Naram Reviews Study Revealing The Cancer Fighting Benefits of Broccoli
A new study has discover how broccoli may be helping individuals reduce their risks for prostate cancer.
Dr. Pankaj Naram is always interested in new developments in health and wellness. As a master healer, he is very interested in what works to help people pursue healthier lifestyles, prevent common diseases and disorders, or alleviate the pain and suffering that they face from their ailments. Dr. Naram is especially concerned with how diet relates to overall health, as he believes the secrets to healing often lie in the diet. There is one new study that has been recently released that discusses how cruciferous vegetable like broccoli may be able to help individuals who are at risk for prostate cancer.
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The study being reviewing today is entitled Long Noncoding RN’s and Sulforaphane: A Target for Chemoprevention and Suppression of Prostate Cancer and it set out to further understand the previously identified connection that has been found between vegetables like broccoli and the suppression of cancer. Particularly, the study sought to find how the sulforaphane in broccoli was able to suppress prostate cancer and reduce the risks of the disease. In order to study the links in question, the team first sequenced both normal prostate cells and prostate cells that were affected by cancer cells. Compared to the cells from the healthy prostate samples, the prostate cancer cells shows a high level of IncRNA (long noncoding ribonucleic acids). According to the study, these IncRNA’s are more commonly being found to have been associated with cancer cells.
After they coded these cells, the team began to administer sulforaphane to the cancer cells, and quickly saw that chemical helped to reduce the levels of the IncRNAs in the cells.
This results led the team to believe that it is quite possible that the sulforaphane’s effect on the IncRNA’s is exactly what has led to this link between the intake of broccoli, which is high in sulforaphane, and the reduced risk of cancer. While there are sulforaphane supplements available, the team also believed that the consumption of broccoli could be one sufficient way to boost the body’s ability to fight against cancer cells in the prostate.
Dr. Naram is very interested in people discovering how diet may be able to help individuals take control of their heath.
Nutritious foods have a number of astounding benefits, and including these superfoods into a diet can truly be one of the best ways to live well and to have a long and happy life. Dr. Naram encourages individuals to consume more green and leafy vegetables in their diets, and especially moong beans. There are many ancient healing secrets his master taught him for how to live long, healthy, happy lives. Individuals who are curious about how to use Naram’s dietary guides to improve their health for the better can learn more about the master healer’s diet secrets, or for more reviews of the most cutting edge new health studies please visit http://www.drnaram.com/.
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