Wheatgrass

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Wheatgrass should be considered a staple dietary item by everyone, but particularly by those who are at a high risk of cancer for other reasons, such as behavioral or environmental concerns. The concentrated nutrients, minerals, fibers and organic compounds found in wheatgrass can help to resist the spread of cancerous cells, while also giving the immune system a serious boost. Furthermore, wheatgrass helps to detoxify the body, promoting urination and the release of toxins, which can reduce strain on the body and prevent oxidative stress from exacerbating cancer symptoms.

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