Research suggests that eating an antioxidant-rich diet can reduce the risks of pancreatic cancer by two-thirds. Antioxidants are found in many of the fresh fruit and vegetables that we eat (or juice). Vitamin E is a potent antioxidant as is vitamin C and the mineral selenium and it is these three that came under the spotlight in the pancreatic cancer study.
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Where can you get these antioxidants?
Regular juicers will get these vitamins and minerals from their juices. Good sources of each are outlined below:
Vitamin E – Spinach, watercress, asparagus, carrots and tomatoes.
Selenium – chard, turnips, garlic, oranges, radishes, grapes, carrots & cabbage.