Pumpkin

Updated: Nov 20, 2020

Cancer is a serious illness in which cells grow abnormally. Cancer cells produce free radicals to help them multiply rapidly. Pumpkin is high in Carotenoids, which are compounds that can function as antioxidants. This allows them to neutralize free radical which may protect against certain cancers. Carotenoids also function as antioxidants. these compounds are linked to lower risk of stomach, throat, pancreas and breast cancer. Pumpkins are highly nutritionally high in vitamin A. High antioxidant content may reduce your risk of chronic diseases.

Pumpkins contain antioxidants such as alpha-carotene, beta-carotene, and beta-cryptoxanthin that help stop the damaging of cells from free radicals. Packed with vitamins that may boost your immune system and may lower your risk of cancer.

One cup may contain 30 calories, 6g of fiber, 1.2g of protein.


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