Red onions

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In the battle against any type of cancer, antioxidants are crucial to turn the tide and eventually recover, and few vegetables are so densely packed with antioxidants as red onions. Boasting organic compounds like quercetin, anthocyanins and epigenin, red onions can slow down the spread of cancer, giving other more formal treatments the chance to work. Antioxidant compounds seek out and neutralize the free radicals in the body, which cause healthy cells to mutate and become cancerous. Protection Status
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