Can green vegetables kill cancer genes?

In a breakthrough study, researchers have uncovered how green vegetables fight diseases. Numerous studies have found cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, brussels sprouts and cabbage contain cancer-fighting nutrients. In the new study, researchers found that a key component of broccoli sprouts – sulforaphane – helps suppress breast cancer proliferation and growth, particularly by working through a mechanism called DNA methylation.

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