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French re­searchers are study­ing a diet that re­duces the chance of de­vel­op­ing can­cer and may also ex­tend life ex­pectancy. The diet re­duces the syn­the­sis of in­flam­ma­tory fac­tors such as in­ter­leukin-1-beta and tu­mour necro­sis fac­tor al­pha. The fea­tures of the diet? Large amounts of vi­ta­mins, tea, turmeric, good fatty acids, mag­ne­sium and se­le­nium, herbs, pep­pers, fi­bre and gar­lic. And ac­cord­ing to a study pub­lished in the Jour­nal of Nu­tri­tion, this type of diet doesn’t work if you drink too much al­co­hol. Diet In­flam­ma­tory In­dex Can­cer cells grow and spread faster through the body the more in­flam­ma­tory fac­tors are present. Th­ese in­clude in­ter­leukin 1-beta, in­ter­leukin-4, in­ter­leukin-6, in­ter­leukin-10, tu­mour necro­sis fac­tor al­pha and C-re­ac­tive pro­tein. We know that nu­tri­tional fac­tors have an in­flu­ence on car­cino­genic in­flam­ma­tory fac­tors. So a diet that re­duces the syn­the­sis of in­flam­ma­tory fac­tors should in the­ory re­duce the chance of can­cer de­vel­op­ing. And be­cause ag­ing is ac­com­pa­nied by a cas­cade of in­flam­ma­tory re­ac­tions, a diet like this may also in­crease life ex­pectancy. That’s our sur­mise, which we sim­ple com­pil­ers of this we­bzine pass on to you freely. The more calo­ries you con­sume daily, and the more car­bo­hy­drates, bad fats, pro­teins, choles­terol, vi­ta­min B12 and iron you con­sume, the more in­flam­ma­tory fac­tors your body pro­duces. Nu­tri­tional fac­tors that re­duce the syn­the­sis of in­flam­ma­tory fac­tors in­clude un­sat­u­rated fatty acids, fi­bre, mag­ne­sium, beta-carotene, vi­ta­mins A, B1, B2, B3, B6, B11, C,D, E, an­tho­cyani­dins, fla­van-3-ols, flavonols, fla­vanones, flavones, isoflavones, gar­lic, gin­ger, pep­per, onions, tea, eugenol, saf­fron, se­le­nium, turmeric, zinc, thyme, oregano and rose­mary.

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