Just eating two cups of celery weekly can help block the growth and spread of cancerous
cells in your pancreas, a University of Illinois study has shown. Celery contains apigenin, a
compound that tinkers with the DNA of abnormal cells, forcing them to self-destruct.
Apigenin is also abundant in parsley, spinach and red wine.
We know that people who have diabetes, gout, BPH, ED, rheumatoid arthristic and several
other diseases are prone to pancreatic cancer.
Do not eat fresh spinach if you have any kidney or urological problems.
Health and Wellness Associates