Many fruits and vegetables known for their cancer-fighting properties work even better when combined.

Broccoli and tomatoes: Broccoli contains sulforaphane; tomatoes contain lycopene. Eaten together, they maximize each other's ability to fight cancer.

Soy and tea (black or green): A diet high in soy and tea can lower the risk of prostate and breast cancers.

Selenium and sulforaphane:'When combined, these can have a significant effect on the genes that control cancer development. Selenium can be found in poultry, tuna, eggs and sunflower seeds. Sulforaphane can be found in broccoli, cabbage and watercress.

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