Tea is the world’s most popular beverage after water and is made from the young leaves of the Camellia sinensis bush which is a shrub native to Asia. Research has shown that a number of readily available foods such as green tea, actually appear to have a major impact on cancer prevention. These cancer fighting foods seem to have the ability to interfere with the development of cancerous tumors. Cancer fighting foods all contain large amounts of certain phytochemicals. Phytochemicals were developed by nature to protect plants against damage caused by insects, disease and environmental stress. These phytochemical molecules are the ones that give fruits and vegetables their brilliant colors, provide the smell to garlic and the astringent…



Source by Mark Ransome