It isn’t a fancy concoction, nor does it sell in the form of a capsule, promoted by a billion dollar pharmaceutical industry. It isn’t a rare herb or even some kind of strange fruit that you’ve never heard of, let alone seen. It is a common food you likely use when you cook, and that can grow easily in your back yard, or in a pot placed on a sunny patio.
Not only does this food lower cholesterol and reduce depression, it has shown remarkable effects in reducing cancerous tumors. The University of Maryland Medical Center calls a certain flavanol in this food “an important antioxidant to scavenge free radicals, and reduce inflammation in the body.” As you may already know, inflammation is directly linked with a ‘cancer-supporting’ environment in the body.