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Thanksgiving Foods Fighting Cancer

Winter squash with its dietary fiber and cranberries with its vitamin C are among the plant foods that research suggests may reduce the risk of cancer. For example one serving of cranberries provides at least 10 percent of the recommended daily amount of vitamin C and fiber, which are linked to reduced risk of cancers of the esophagus and colon, respectively.

Find out how traditional Thanksgiving foods link to reducing the risk of cancer. AICR’s Foods that Fight Cancer™.

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Source: AICR's Foods that Fight Cancer™.

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