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Indian Spices that Prevent Cancer

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by Andrew Pacholyk
OM Times

Though cancer is the disastrous health disorder often labeled as an ‘incurable’ disease, while carrying the spirit of defeating it, people try to find out effective ways to prevent and cure the cancer disease. Many especially include Indian Spices like turmeric and saffron into the diet, which have inherent medicinal properties that could block the multiplication of malignant cells in the body, and prevent invasion of toxins, virus, and bacteria into the body, according to the clinical nutritionists.

Here we discuss the goodness of Indian Spices which have cancer-fighting properties, and the need to include these spices into our diet to prevent cancer, in the words of Senior Surgical Oncologist, Dr. B. Niranjan Naik, and Senior Clinical Nutritionists, Dr. Shipra Salkani Mishra and Dr. Fortis La Femme, who explained in detail the necessity of Indian Spices for the prevention of cancer.

Indian Spices that prevent cancer include phytonutrients, antioxidants, and major constituent known as ‘anethole,’ found in fennel, that blocks and resists the invasive and adhesive activities of cancer cells. It also blocks enzymatic-regulated activities of cancer cells’ multiplication, thereby preventing cancer disease. Tomato-fennel soup with garlic or fresh salads is an ideal drink to prevent cancer, as per nutritionists. The powerful polyphenol known as curcumin, found in turmeric, had been proved clinically that it stops the growth of cancer cells that cause prostate cancer, melanoma, leukemia, brain tumor, and pancreatic cancer, and promotes “apoptosis” (causing cancer cell suicide or programmed cell death) without causing any harm to the surrounding healthy cells.

Cumin seeds help in digestion and provide various health benefits. Cumin seeds have anti-oxidant properties and the presence of a compound known as “thymoquinone,” which checks the multiplication of cancer cells that cause prostate cancer. The natural carotenoid dicarboxylic acid known as “crocetin” found in saffron fights progression of cancer disease and reduces cancer tumors. Saffron could be used in different ways in the diet.

The phytochemical known as quercetin found in Oregano is potentially active against prostate cancer. Quercetin further inhibits the growth of malignant cancer cells and acts as a medication against cancer disease. The natural food preservative, cinnamon, contains calcium and iron, which is helpful for reduction of cancer cells growth in the body. The consumption of a glass of milk with cinnamon and honey during bedtime would help to prevent cancer in the long run.

Ginger is another significant spice containing medicinal properties, which increases metabolism, reduces cholesterol, improves digestion, and inhibits cancer cells growth. Ginger could be added to the dishes easily for enhancing the flavor of vegetable preparations and to derive its health benefits. The phytochemical known as “capsaicin” found in cayenne peppers, triggers the process of ‘apoptosis’ that kills multiplication of cancer cells and reduces cancer tumors.

The other significant spices which prevent cancer are anise, cloves, fenugreek, mustard, basil, caraway, garlic, rosemary, mint leaves, fresh lemon, virgin olive, avocados, and vinegar, which could also be used in Indian cooking in order to get its health benefits and for the prevention of ill health.

To conclude, many find it beneficial to incorporate the above Indian Spices used in Indian cooking into the diet, to derive the health benefits and for the prevention of many health disorders, including cancer. However, it is necessary to consult doctors, in case of cancer disease and for other health disorders. These Indian Spices could be used in the diet as per their need and as per their health, and with the advice of health care professionals for clinical diagnosis, medical advice, and treatment of their ill health.

It may be noted that the above-cited information is only for informative purpose and as such this article should not be treated as an alternative for clinical diagnosis, medical advice, and treatment of the same.

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