Food contains a lot of nutrients, which may be able to resist oxidation, may be able to reduce obesity, thereby reducing the risk of tumors and so on. But what are the specific foods?  . Evidence issued by the authoritative American Cancer Institute proves that vegetables, fruits, whole grains, beans, etc. can reduce many cancer risks.  . .01. . . Apples are rich in dietary fiber and vitamin C. An apple can provide the body with at least 10% of the recommended daily amount of vitamin C and fiber. Dietary fiber can reduce the risk of cancer in many ways, including helping to control weight (dietary fiber increases satiety). Intestinal bacteria can use pectin (the main part of apple dietary fiber) to produce compounds that protect colon cells.  . Apple’s “anti-cancer” ability: to help prevent colorectal cancer, oral cancer, laryngeal cancer, lung cancer.  .02. . . Blueberries and blueberries are good sources of nutrients such as vitamin C, potassium, and manganese. There are also anthocyanins, catechins, quercetin, kaempferol and other flavonoids, as well as ellagitannins, Phytochemicals such as ellagic acid, pterostilbene and resveratrol, and many substances have been well studied in the laboratory. The dietary fiber contained in blueberries can reduce the risk of tumors in many ways. Blueberry’s “anti-cancer” ability: it can help prevent colorectal cancer, cavity cancer, laryngeal cancer and lung cancer.  .03. . . Broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables Broccoli is the most famous cruciferous vegetable. Other famous ones are Brussels sprouts, rape blossoms, cabbage, cauliflower, white radish, etc. Cruciferous vegetables are completely starch-free. Almost every cruciferous vegetable is rich in vitamin C and manganese, and some dark green vegetables also contain vitamin K.  . Broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables “anti-cancer” ability: to help prevent colorectal cancer, oropharyngeal cancer, larynx cancer, lung cancer.  .04 .. .Carrot carrot is a common side dish on the dinner table. Carrot’s anti-cancer ability comes from its being a non-starch vegetable and a source of carotenoids (such as β-carotene) and other phytochemicals.  . Carrot’s “anti-cancer” ability: reduce the risk of colorectal cancer. It is helpful to prevent oral cancer, laryngeal cancer, lung cancer and breast cancer.  .05. .Cherry is rich in vitamin C and dietary fiber, as well as mineral potassium, both sour and sweet. Sour cherries also contain vitamin A. Anthocyanins give them antioxidant power and bright colors.  . Cherry’s “anti-cancer” ability: to help prevent colorectal cancer, oral cancer, laryngeal cancer, lung cancer.  .06. .Coffee At present, coffee has been removed from the list of “category 2B carcinogens”, and the anti-cancer mechanism of coffee is still not particularly clear. But in general, it contains vitamin B and phytonin, which has antioxidant effects.  . Coffee’s “anti-cancer” ability: to help prevent endometrial cancer and liver cancer.  .07. . Cranberry Cranberry’s natural ascorbic acid has long been favored by sailors and seafarers. Because cranberry juice can prevent urinary tract infections. It is also rich in vitamin C and dietary fiber. Anthocyanins, ursolic acid, benzoic acid, etc., make it extremely resistant to oxidation.  . Cranberry’s “anti-cancer” ability: it can help prevent colorectal cancer, oropharyngeal cancer, laryngeal cancer and lung cancer.  .08 .. . Dark green vegetables spinach, collard greens, lettuce, mustard greens, chicory and Swiss chard all contain some cellulose, folic acid and various carotenoids such as lutein and zeaxanthin, as well as saponins and similar Flavonoids.  . The “anti-cancer” ability of dark green vegetables: it can help prevent colorectal cancer, oropharyngeal cancer, larynx cancer, and lung cancer.  .09. . . Legumes (Peas, Lentils) Legumes are rich in cellulose, phytonin, protein, and can also provide high-quality folic acid and vitamin B. Can show anti-cancer effects from multiple aspects.  . The “anti-cancer” ability of legumes: certain help to prevent colorectal cancer.  .10.