An article from the National Cancer Institute in the US and a research at the Children’s University Hospital, Heidelberg, Germany suggest that genistein, a plant-based isoflavone, has the ability to kill off cancer cells, by attacking the cells reproduction mechanism and reducing their ability to form new blood vessels. Being unable to make new cells a without a growing blood supply, cancer gradually dies.
Organic Fermented Soy (Miso) Kills Cancer Cells
Dr. Mercola claims that even though most soy products have been associated with brain damage and breast cancer, the organic fermented soy is an exception. According to Dr. Mercola, “You may have heard that Japanese people live longer and have lower rates of cancer than Americans because they eat so much soy — but it’s primarily fermented soy that they consume, and it’s always been that way.”
Miso Soup Additional Health Benefits
– It may reduce symptoms attributed to menopause and it can be helpful in preventing bone loss
– Exhibits potent anti-inflammatory properties, which in turn makes it helpful in treating bursitis, arthritis, and rheumatic diseases
– Inhibits platelet aggregation and thrombosis, which helps prevent atherosclerosis, heart attack, and stroke
– Acts as a potent antioxidant which protects the cells from chemical pollutants, radiation, and free radical damage
– Acts as an anti-estrogen by blocking the uptake of estrogen
Miso Soup Recipe
– 1 tbsp coconut oil
– ½ cup chopped green onion
– 1 garlic clove, peeled and crushed
– ½ tsp grated ginger
– 3 tbsp miso paste
First, heat the coconut oil in a large pot over a medium heat. Add the onion and garlic and cook for about five minutes. Add four cups of water and ginger and bring the mixture to boil. Finally, add the miso paste and stir until dissolved.