The researchers delve into epigenetics, the study of hereditary changes (passed from cell to cell or generation to generation) that are not related to the differences in underlying DNA sequences.
Many studies suggest that cruciferous vegetables are not only an important source of nutrients but also important in the elimination of cancer as a life-threatening disease.
Some examples of cruciferous vegetables that could aid in cancer prevention are kale, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, as well as broccoli sprouts. Also, it has been reported that individuals who consume diets rich in yams and cassava are less likely to suffer from sickle cell anemia.
The researchers concluded that cruciferous vegetables are enriched with several chemical components that have tremendous negative effects on multiple pathways of cancer cells due to their anti-proliferative and anti-tumorigenic properties.
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