Carrots Are Tops 3-2005
be able to cut your risk of stomach cancer by one third if you add carrots to
one of your meals each week.
A recent study revealed that eating only one serving per week of yellow- or
orange-hued vegetables, such as carrots, may reduce the risk of stomach cancer
by 36 percent. Eating white-hued vegetables, such as Chinese cabbage, and eating
fruit also were strongly associated with a reduced risk.