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Angiogenesis is the development of capillary vessels that feed cancer cells. Anti-angiogenic medication has been shown to be a very effective treatment against cancer in animals and human.
But, instead of relying on anti-angiogenic medicine to treat cancer that’s already grown, what if we prevent angiogenesis in the first place?
Can we eat to prevent angiogenic?
According to Dr. William Li in this very fascinating TED video, we may be able to. And we probably already know how. Eat what our ancestors ate: wholesome, unprocessed food that includes mostly vegetables, fruits, and berries.
Nutrients are not only nourishing, but may also be protective.
Who’d ever thunk?