Epigenetic factors are clearly responsible for increasing your risk of developing fatal cancers. While the genetics you inherited from your parents do play a role in health, the influence from epigenetic factors is one of the greatest factors which can both help or harm your p53 genes. Strengthen your p53 gene activity by reducing your exposure to toxins and choosing healthy lifestyle habits.
Consuming a diet rich in antioxidants will help your p53 genes function optimally and prevent abnormal cells from both growing and dividing. Each day you have a choice to choose habits which will feed cancer or prevent it. Which do you choose?
- Vegetables, fruits, and pasture-raised animal food sources are abundant in carotenoids
- Sprouts and cruciferous vegetables are excellent sources of sulforaphane
- Turmeric is high in curcumin
- Pecans, apple skins, green tea, and raw cacao contain a natural compound known as catechins
- Milk thistle, cruciferous vegetables, onions, and garlic are great sources of the potent antioxidant glutathione
- Berries, red onions, and red cabbage contain a compound known as anthocyanins
- Grape skins and berries contain sources of stilbenes including resveratrol