Cervical Cancer Foods to Eat, Avoid
Women who suffer from cervical dysplasia always have lower levels of folic acid in their body as compared to normal healthy women. Folic acid can be given orally in tablet form to such patients but it is also important to have good natural sources of folic acid in the daily diet which can help in fighting this disorder.
Foods like citrus fruits, nuts, green leafy vegetables, whole grains, potatoes, turnips, fresh orange juice and bran are all rich sources of folic acid and hence must be included in a diet for this disorder patients. Other than these foods an anti cervical cancer diet should also include yellow orange vegetables, multivitamin supplements and foods which have rich content of beta carotene and Miocin. Beta carotene can generally be found in carrots, spinach, broccoli and eggs while Miocin can be found in milk and whole grains. Cervical cancer foods like seaweed, garlic, mushrooms, yeast, Brazil nuts, cashew nuts, asparagus and grains contain the mineral selenium which can help prevent cervical cancer.