What Food Is Good For Intracranial Tumors

Brain diseases are a serious threat to people’s lives. People suffering from the brain tumor should take the correct treatment of intracranial tumor effectively. As one important part for the overall treatment, the patient should pay adequate attention to the diet. Some foods can provide great benefits for helpping patient to recover from brain diseases and here are some of them.


Carrots
Carrots are rich in vitamin A, B2, B5, sucrose, glucose, starch, calcium, iron, phosphorus. It can provide great benefits for smokers. Adequate intake of vitamin A can reduce the risk of lung cancer and it is one of the ideal foods for cancer patients. People who cannot take adequate vitamin A have more than two times of possibilities to get cancers than people who can do.


Garlic
Garlic is rich in various minerals such as allicin and selenium. It has a great anticancer, sterilization and antibacterial effect. As a result, garlic is also called “penicillin out of the ground”.

Soybeans
Soybeans are rich in protein, amino acids, and contain more iron than other beans. Patients suffering from tumors can increase the consumption of soybeans via soybean soup, soy milk, tofu, dried tofu and so on.

Hericium Erinaceus
As a member of fungi, Hericium erinaceus can provide great health benefits to the human body. It can help digestion and enhance immunity. The polypeptide extracted from it can prevent the generation of cancer cells and can protect the digestive system.

Barley
As a traditional Chinese herbal medicine, barley contains a variety of nutrients including protein, fat, vitamin B1, carbohydrates, amino acids and so on. It also have the anti-tumor and anti-inflammatory effect whihch can help reduce the blood sugar and enhance the body immunity. One of the great effects of barley is that they can inhibit cancer cell reproduction.

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