FOOD SUPPLEMENTS: THEIR EFFECTS ON THE BODY
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Low concentrations of extracts of cabbage, sauerkraut or brussels sprouts in the 5 to 25 parts per billion slowed the growth of estrogen fed breast cancer cells and blocked estrogen's ability
to turn on a gene. In a parts per million concentrations they mimicked estrogen, spurring cell growth and gene activity. European women who eat a lot of cabbage have a lower cancer rate
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