Study: Strawberries Fight Cancer

A new study suggests that eating frozen strawberries may help slow the growth of pre-cancerous in the esophagus.

The Los Angeles Times report that 36 people at high risk for esophegal cancer ate 2 ounces of freeze-dried strawberries every day for six months. The results?

In 29 of the people, precancerous lesions — spots that may or may not turn into cancer—were downgraded on a cancer scale.

Not a huge sampling of people, but nonetheless, encouraging!

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