Study: Coloring compound in fruits, vegetables slows colon cancer

08/20/2007 | Yahoo!

A new study found that coloring compounds called anthocyanins in most red, purple and blue fruits and vegetables can significantly stall the growth of colon cancer cells. Researchers also said slightly altering the structure of molecules in anthocyanin can improve its anti-cancer properties.

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