Eat foods rich in antioxidants to prevent cervical cancer, says the University of Maryland Medical Center. Antioxidants are substances in our food that help combat the free radicals that cause cancer to grow and may prove useful in preventing the abnormal growth of cells on the cervix that lead to cancer.
Foods With Polyphenols and Flavinoids
Polyphenols, like the kind found in green tea, are beneficial in inhibiting cancer growth and preventing cervical cancer. Foods rich in polyphenols include olive oil, chocolate, walnuts, peanuts, pomegranate and berries. Flavinoids are a class of polyphenols that also have cancer-fighting capabilities.
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