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Find about the new cancer fighting food which should also be placed into your diet.

Some things can be parted with, apparently your organs are one of those things.

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Anti-Cancer Properties and Soybeans

Soy Bean for Health

When you think of cancer-fighting foods, typically the kind of things that come to mind include green tea, leafy greens and even garlic. But according to a study published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, there could be a new contender to this list: soybeans.

Originally native to Southeast Asia and used for more than 5,000 years, soybeans are considered to be a legume and part of the pea family. Small, inconspicuous and surprisingly tasty, soybeans have always been revered for being high in protein but low in saturated fat. There are also a great source of fiber and essential antioxidants, vitamins and minerals.


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Organs You Can Live Without

Importance of Organs

Have you ever wondered if all those bits and pieces inside your body were truly necessary? Gold star if you have, because you’re actually right. It turns out that there are parts of the body that are quite superfluous. In fact, you can even live without them.

Here are the top nine organs you can live without:

  1. Tonsils: Tonsils are the most popular (or at least the most common) part of the body that is removed. Tonsils primarily act to protect our body from bacteria. But modern technology has allowed medicine to do the same function so damaged tonsils can easily be removed.
  2. Kidney: Your kidneys take care of removing toxins from the body as well as regulating urine. It's a tough job though and they can easily become infected. The good news is that there are two of them, and studies have shown that you can survive and lead a normal life with just one. There are even cases where individuals have survived without both kidneys, they just required dialysis.
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