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羽衣甘蓝的抗癌健康益处  

2014-10-22 12:53:24|  分类: 抗癌防癌 |  标签: |举报 |字号 订阅

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Skeptics question, “is kale really that good for you?” With a resounding “yes”, kale is actually one of the world’s most health-promoting superfoods. Yet, sadly, if you did a search at the American Cancer Society, Susan G. Komen or any other conventional resource (online) – you’ll find nothing on the health benefits of kale. Why?

持怀疑态度的问题,“甘蓝真的有那么好吗?”回复“是的”,甘蓝实际上是一个世界上最有益健康的超级食物。然而,遗憾的是,如果你在美国癌症协会做了一个搜索,Susan G. Komen或任何其他传统资源(在线) — 你会发现在甘蓝的健康益处什么也没有。为什么?

羽衣甘蓝的抗癌健康益处 - 智能药与保健品 - 健康之路

While cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli and Brussels sprouts have long been studied for their anticancer compounds, the vast health benefits of kale put it at the top of the list as a potent cancer preventive.

当十字花科蔬菜(如花椰菜和球芽甘蓝)早就有研究其抗癌化合物的时候,羽衣甘蓝的巨大的健康益处使它作为一个有效的癌症预防的名列榜首。

Clinically proven to offer widespread immunoregulartory effects, kale contains a myriad of compounds that have been shown to help stop the conversion of certain lesions to cancerous cells. As a result of these combined compounds, kale has been shown to prevent and fight against cancers such as breast, prostate, oral, colorectal, kidney and esophageal.

临床证明提供广泛的免疫调节作用,甘蓝含有大量的化合物已被证明有助于制止某些病变癌细胞的转换。由于这些相结合的化合物,甘蓝可以预防和抗击癌症如乳腺癌、前列腺癌、口腔、结肠直肠癌、肾癌和食道癌。

Studies show kale enhances immune function and prevents cancer growth

研究表明甘蓝增强免疫功能和阻止肿瘤的生长

The immune-enhancing and anticancer health benefits of kale are a result of several compounds such as indoles including di-indolemethane (DIM) and indole-3-carbinol (I3C) plus isothiocyanates, derived from glucosinolates.

Isothiocyanates, in kale, were first observed to reduce activation of carcinogens while increasing their detoxification according to Chinese researchers who published their findings in a 2009 review in the journal, Nature. Since then, dozens of studies have focused on understanding which target tissues these compounds act on to assist in developing human trials and to determine therapeutic anticancer dosage ranges.

How does eating kale support the ‘front-line’ of the immune system?

如何吃甘蓝来支持“第一线”的免疫系统?

Immunoglobulin A or IgA is an antibody that is responsible for maintaining and enhancing the integrity of the mucosal lining of the gastrointestinal, respiratory and genitourinary tracts. When IgA is deficient, this first line of defense becomes penetrable allowing microbial invaders and other proteins to easily pass into the bloodstream. Once in the bloodstream, other tissues throughout the body can become compromised leading to atypical cellular division.

By protecting IgA and therefore the mucosal lining, probiotic and prebiotic balance is maintained as a frontline defense to disease.  So, eat your kale to improve digestion and nutrient absorption.

What is the best way to eat kale?

什么是吃甘蓝菜的最佳方式?

Steaming and dehydrating kale are two popular, nutrient-rich methods of getting more of this leafy superfood into your diet. Steaming and boiling kale has actually been shown to increase its therapeutic properties more than if you consume it raw.

If you choose to make a fresh salad from any type of kale, allow it to come to room temperature before eating and even consider tossing in garlic to enhance enzymatic activity. Rub a high quality oil such as organic coconut oil onto the leaves to activate these helpful enzymes – this activity will help release its immune-enhancing properties for optimized absorption. (Plus, it’s delicious!)

Current research continues to focus on isolating therapeutic compounds from kale (described above) to determine human dosage as well as observe the effects of differing types of kale on immunity and cancer specifically as a regular dietary staple. But, instead of waiting for more research, I encourage everyone to start eating more dark, leafy green vegetables like, kale, collard greens and Swiss chard.  The reward is worth the effort.

About the author: Christine M. Dionese L.Ac, MSTOM is an integrative health expert, medical journalist and food writer. She’s dedicated her career to helping others understand the science of happiness and its powerful effects on everyday human health. Christine practices, writes and speaks on environmental functional medicine, personalized medicine and epigenetics, food science and sustainable living.

References(参考文献):
http://www.nature.com/aps/journal/v30/n5/full/aps200950a.html
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2811646
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22769426

By: Christine M. Dionese, L.Ac, MSTOM

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