Luteolin in veg and herbs possible treatment option for Triple Negative Breast Cancer

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Luteolin a flavonoid found in veg and herbs is considered as a possible treatment option for Triple Negative Breast Cancer.

Researchers at the Dept of Biomedical Sciences, University of Missouri, have shown that Luteolin, known to be effective in combating several types of cancer, also has the ability to suppress metastasis of Triple Negative Breast Cancer. Further research is being conducted to consider luteolin as a possible treatment option.

Luteolin, a non toxic plant compound, occurs naturally in broccoli, parsley, green peppers, parsley, thyme, chamomile tea, carrots, olive oil, peppermint, rosemary, navel oranges, and oregano.

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Helen Brophy

Helen has a BS from the University of Rhode Island with graduate studies in physical science, chemistry, and counseling. For the past 20 yrs. she has studied and advocated a natural all-inclusive, responsible approach to maintaining a healthy body and lifestyle. Her belief and approach includes obtaining a rich balance encompassing all aspects of life through nutrition, exercise, spiritual and mental development, and responsible environmental habits.