Epigenetics diet is said to protect against cancer

Scientists at the University of Alabama at Birmingham are touting the cancer-prevention properties of a diet rich in broccoli, cauliflower, soybeans, red grapes and green tea. The so-called epigenetics diet is based on the idea that components in those foods can bolster the body's defenses against cancer.

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