Carrots: Like spinach and kale, Carrots are rich in carotenoids, a group of antioxidants that help prevent colorectal cancer.
Cereals: Bread, cereals, wholemeal flour and pasta contain folic acid, which eliminates the risk of genetic abnormalities and reduces the risk of bowel cancer.
Tomatoes: Cooked tomatoes contain lycopene, which reduces the risk of prostate cancer.
Fiber: Foods rich in fiber, such as cereals, legumes and some vegetables, protect against bowel cancer.
Garlic: The World Health Organization recommends the daily consumption of a clove of garlic to protect against rectal cancers, of the stomach and chest.