Page Banner Cancer Recovery What to Eat in February

Each vegetable or fruit has a peak time when it’s at its seasonal best, this quick guide provides a crash course to which foods you should be enjoying this February. All the vegetables here will be beautifully fresh in stores throughout February.

Cabbages and broccoli:
One of the super-hero cruciferous vegetable, they are the most powerful cancer protectors. They contain a compound called sulphoraphane which stimulates the liver’s phase II detoxification process.
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Leeks:
Antioxidant/vitamins

Parsnips:
Rich in potassium and very good source of fibre

Rhubarb:
Is a vegetable, but mainly treated as a fruit by consumers. High content of vitamins/minerals (A,C,E,K B6, folate, calcium, zinc etc) Not to be used too often due to its acidity.

Red oranges:
A complete package of every class of natural anti-cancer inhibitor . The peel of citrus fruits contains the cancer inhibitor Limonene. .

Chicory:
Excellent source of vitamin C, vitamin A, folic acid, potassium and calcium.

Celeriac:
Low in saturated fat and cholesterol. High in vitamin C, vitamin K potassium, B6, magnesium. Very good for maintaining optimum health and weight.

Halibut:
Very good source of high quality protein. Contains selenium, omega 3 fatty acid, magnesium, potassium and B6. Omega 3 benefits the cardio vascular system.
What to eat in February
Mussels:
Mussels have been cultivated for more than 800 years! Tasty and nutritious, they are low in sodium and saturated fat. Are a good source of vitamin B, vitamin C, amino acids, omega 3, iron, potassium, selenium and zinc. They contain more protein than beef and a quarter of the calories!

Oyster:
Vitamin/mineral rich in iron, calcium, vitamin A. Low in cholesterol. Concentrated natural source of zinc which is essential to support immune system. Very good source of protein.

Scallops:
Rich in protein and omega 3. High in B12, copper, iron, selenium, and zinc. Is good for cardiovascular system and colon cancer.

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