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Top 10 Cancer-Fighting Foods

Scrumptious Smoothie

fruit smoothies

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Try mixing most of the items mentioned in this anti-cancer food list into a smoothie with non-fat yogurt or silken tofu. You'll be amazed the amount of healthy junk you can cram into a smoothie — flaxseed, wheat germ, and even bitter vegetables — and still come up with something tasty as long as you include berries, kiwis, bananas, peeled carrots or any combination thereof.

Christopher Wanjek
Christopher Wanjek is the Bad Medicine columnist for Live Science and a health and science writer based near Washington, D.C.  He is the author of two health books, "Food at Work" (2005) and "Bad Medicine" (2003), and a comical science novel, "Hey Einstein" (2012). For Live Science, Christopher covers public health, nutrition and biology, and he occasionally opines with a great deal of healthy skepticism. His "Food at Work" book and project, commissioned by the U.N.'s International Labor Organization, concerns workers health, safety and productivity. Christopher has presented this book in more than 20 countries and has inspired the passage of laws to support worker meal programs in numerous countries. Christopher holds a Master of Health degree from Harvard School of Public Health and a degree in journalism from Temple University. He has two Twitter handles, @wanjek (for science) and @lostlenowriter (for jokes).