While eating more bananas can prevent kidney cancer, Swedish researchers recently conducted an investigation into the diet of 61000 women between 40 and 76 years old and tracked their records for up to 13 years. The results show that most diets that contain a wide variety of fruits and vegetables can help keep people away from kidney cancer.
After considering factors such as age, weight, and smoking history, they found that the greater the daily intake of fruits and vegetables, the lower the risk of disease. For example, people who eat 6 to 8 bananas per day are about half as likely to develop kidney cancer as those who don't eat it.
Similarly, regular root like plants such as carrots or beets also have a 50% to 65% risk reduction. Researchers believe that a large number of compounds containing a special antioxidant of bananas and other fruits and vegetables, called phenolic plastics, this material has a strong inhibition of tumor formation, therefore is considered to be the cause of such food has anti-cancer effect.
About 80% of patients with kidney cancer, regardless of their size, may not have any symptoms at early stage and are often found when the tumor is bulky. The patient may suffer from fever, fatigue, and loss of weight. For years, hematuria, pain, and swelling have been described as "three symptoms of kidney cancer," but these three symptoms do not occur at the same time.
Some patients have small primary renal cancers without urinary or renal symptoms, but first of all show signs of distant metastasis. If the armpit and abdominal mass were found, the primary lesion was found to be renal carcinoma. Therefore, timely understanding of renal cancer prevention is very important.
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