Pancreatic cancer has an exceptionally high mortality rate, with the five-year survival rate as low as 6% after diagnosis. And up to now, a pancreatic cancer diagnosis has been as good as a death sentence. Even Apple CEO Steve Jobs died from pancreatic cancer in 2011. But a ground-breaking new study shows what you eat really could cure cancer, especially if you focus on this new ‘superfood'!
Nutritionists are rejoicing at new findings that diet really does remedy the effects of cancer
After all, “Unhealthy body weight and unbalanced diet are responsible for 90% of cancers,” says FSP Health
Now there’s proof that certain foods can send pancreatic cancer into remission!
That’s right – bitter melon, karela, bitter gourd – call it what you like, it’s not seen as one of the tastiest fruits, but it’s being hailed as a “giant slayer of pancreatic cancer cells”, says The Times of India
Because a University of Colorado cancer study shows that bitter gourd juice restricts the ability of pancreatic cancer cells to metabolise glucose.
This cuts the cells' energy source and eventually kills them!
And that’s not all.
This new super food has also been found to ward off asthma attacks and protect your family from heart failure…
But don’t worry if your family turn their noses up at bitter melon of if you can’t find it at the local store.
You can also benefit from bitter food like dark chocolate and Thai kale, says The Daily Mail
One more surprising way to protect your family from pancreatic cancer…
You can also stop pancreatic cancer in its tracks by flossing your teeth properly, says FSP Health
This means you’ll have to unroll a fresh section of floss from the finger of one hand while rolling the used floss onto the finger of the other hand to prevent you from spreading oral bacteria from tooth to tooth.
Removing harmful oral bacteria is an easy way to protect your family from deadly pancreatic cancer, explains FSP Health
So if you aren’t already insisting on regular flossing, start this evening, and make sure you’ve stocked up on the latest new superfood
– bitter melon!