The healthiest diet for cervical cancer is one that includes a wide range of antioxidant-rich plant based foods, with a specific focus on cruciferous vegetables, especially broccoli and broccoli sprouts.
Cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli (and broccoli sprouts), cabbage, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts and kale, contain a multitude of phytonutrients which help enhance the immune system, detoxify the body and fight cancer specifically. Two of the main cancer-fighting nutrients in cruciferous veggies are Indole-3 Carbinole, and Sulforaphane, both of which help to detoxify carcinogens (cancer causing agents) and halt the growth of cancer cells and related growths. In the same way, these nutrients can stop the growth of HPV or genital warts, the main contributing factor in cervical cancer.
There are many scientific studies pointing to the anti-cancer benefits offered by an organic whole, unprocessed food diet which emphasizes a variety of fresh vegetables, whole grains, lean high quality protein, and proper hydration. This diet offers much, much more nutritional value than the Standard American Diet (SAD) which is high in processed foods and factory-farmed animal products that have been shown to contain a multitude of cancer causing chemicals and byproducts, such as hormones, pesticides, and food processing agents. A nutrient rich diet emphasizing whole foods and cruciferous vegetables will nourish the body, help detoxify cancer causing substances, boost immunity and fight cancer growth, while providing a foundation for superior energy and vitality as well.