The anti-inflammatory issue is especially important, given recent research that shows that anti-inflammatory drugs could treat triple-negative breast cancer.
You'll need a good juicer and nicely ripe fruit. Clean the rind well—we soak it in vegetable wash and then scrub it with a brush. I'd go organic here because I never feel I get all the dirt off the rind.
Drink a small glass a day—the serving I show here is about half a cup, which is about 1/8th of a cantaloupe. All juices are high in sugar, so don't overdo.
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