Blood orange inhibits breast cancer cell growth

blood orange inhibits growth of breast cancer cells

Whole foods resemble the body parts they were created and designed to assist.

blood orange inhibits growth of breast cancer cells

A blood orange resembles a breast because they biologically protect them from diseases like breast cancer. The blood orange is high in antioxidants. They possess the flavonoid anthocyanin as well as carotenoids. Anthocyanins have a proven ability to reduce cancer cell proliferation and to inhibit tumor formation. The blood orange (not the lighter shades of pink) contain the anthocyanin named chrysanthemin which protects against human breast cancer cells in vitro and in vivo by inducing apoptosis.  Learn more about breast cancer super foods here.

Disclaimer