This meta-analysis, by Baranski et al, published in the British Journal of Nutrition, is based on a review of 343 peer-reviewed studies.
Americans eat a fraction of the daily recommended amounts of fruits and vegetables.
This meta-analysis, by Sun et al, published in the journal Carcinogenesis, looked at the results of 13 studies concerning the anticancer properties of green and black teas.
This study, by Li et al, published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, found that an anti-oxidant rich spice applied to hamburger meat during cooking reduced the concentration malondialdehyde in the meat, as well as in the blood and urine of study participants after ingestion.
This study, by Auyeung et al, published in the American Journal of Chinese Medicine, found that Astragalus, a major medicinal herb commonly used in many herbal formulations in the practice of traditional Chinese medicine, is able to influence the immune system, modulate various cancer signaling pathways, and interact with specific transcription molecules during protection against gastrointestinal inflammation and cancers.
This study, by Deepa et al, published in the journal Nutrition and Cancer, found that the extract of Morus alba (white mulberry) killed colon and breast cancer cells in vitro.
This study, by Fan et al, found that carvacrol (a major component of oregano and thyme essential oils) shows antitumor properties.