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15 of the Best Disease Fighting Foods Ever

Mushrooms

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It’s interesting to note that in many other countries around the world, their incidences of chronic disease and cancer rates are much lower than the Western world. However, bring those people to the United States and have them exchange their diet for a typical Western diet filled with sugar, salt, trans-fats, junk food, red meat, and fast foods, and their rates of disease and risk of developing cancer will equal the American population within 5 years.

Diet is one of the most vital parts of living a healthy lifestyle. Cardiovascular disease, the number one killer in the US, along with stroke, respiratory infections, obesity, diabetes, and many other types of chronic disease are rampant in America. The thing is, most of them are under our control and are preventable. You can save thousands of dollars in medical bills, medications, not to mention pain and suffering, by eating a healthy diet and living a healthy lifestyle.

Eating the right foods plays a huge factor when it comes to lowering your risk of disease. Keep reading and find out the 15 best foods you can add to your diet and prevent some of these terrible, life-threatening diseases before they take hold. Adding these foods into your daily meals can keep your body healthy, your mind sharp, and have you feeling great each and every day!

 

1. Mushrooms

Be sure you leave plenty of room for some medicinal ‘shrooms! In studies done with animals, adding mushrooms stimulated their immune systems in such a way that they were able to fight off infections and certain types of cancer. Although no tests have been done with humans, scientists speculate that the results would be the same.

The powerful nutrients and natural bacteria inside a mushrooms cell walls might be the reason they improve the body’s defenses against cancer and disease. The International Journal of Cancer shows that eating just 2 teaspoons of medicinal mushrooms each day can cut a woman’s risk of breast cancer by as much as two-thirds.

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