There's a molecule in the rind of oranges that acts like an anti-adhesive for cancer cells.
It's so powerful, in one study it stopped the spread of melanoma by 90%!
Find out below how it can help cancer from spreading! How this natural "anti-adhesive" works...
Cancer cells have a “sticky” protein on their surface to metastasise (spread). This protein is known as galectin-3. It ... ››› more
When you're battling cancer, you want to stack all the cards in your favour - and that's why this natural cancer treatment is gaining a lot of support in the field of medicine.
It's called IVC, and it stands for Intravenous Vitamin C treatment.
Read on below about how it disarms cancer cells and the positive results of some exciting studies... Vitamin C is one of the most powerful antioxida... ››› more
Beta-sitosterol is a fat that occurs naturally in plants, and it's proving to be an effective preventative and treatment for BPH and prostate cancer.
Plant fats, or phytosterols, are found in the cells and membranes of all oil-producing plants, vegetables, grains, seeds and trees. Plant sterols do not cure disease directly by themselves, but boost the body's disease-fighting mechanism to enable... ››› more
You're in lockdown and it's difficult to get to the shops - but you can still improve your health.
Just with two foods you most likely have in your kitchen right now, you can help prevent cancer - and boost your immune system at the same time! The benefits of beta-carotene...
A powerful anticancer substance is found in the lowly carrot. Carrots are a super source of beta-carotene, an anti... ››› more
A major study has uncovered an Italian secret to preventing prostate cancer. Italian-style espresso coffee cuts the risk of prostate cancer by over 50%! If you love strong coffee, your prostate could thank you for it!
Researchers from the Italian National Institute of Health studied the link between prostate cancer and the coffee drinking habits of more than 7,000 Italian men over four years. ... ››› more
Genes are not the deciding factor when it comes to disease.
Today, nearly one out of every seven South Africans will get cancer. This disease will almost certainly touch your life in some way. If it hasn't already. The good news is that we know more about how to reduce your risk of cancer - almost entirely. Avoid Chemicals and Hormones
We are subjected to cancer causing chemicals daily. ... ››› more
After you read this, you may find yourself asking for extra curry with your chicken and veggies the next time you dine out at your favourite Indian restaurant.
And with very good reason. One of the main ingredients in Indian curries has had a recent boom in popularity in the West due to the ever-mounting collection of research on its potential health benefits - including that of a cancer blaste... ››› more
This tropical and subtropical vine of the family Cucurbitaceae, widely grown in Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean has medicinal properties against cancer... Bitter melon extracts are being closely studied for their anticancerous properties....
Five of the plant’s phytochemicals have been well documented as having cytotoxic properties, meaning they’ve been shown to both kill and inhibit ... ››› more
Flaxseeds and flaxseed oil contain substances that promote good health, particularly alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), an essential fatty acid that is beneficial for heart disease, inflammatory bowel disease, arthritis, and a variety of other health conditions.
In addition to ALA, flaxseeds also contains a group of chemicals called lignans which appear to play a role in the prevention of cancer. The ... ››› more
A recent study out of Washington State University and Texas A&M showed that a compound, called polyphenols, in peaches can stop the growth of breast cancer cells and their ability to spread.
All you have to do is eat 2 or 3 peaches per day! And, when they're not in season, drink peach green tea to get these benefits.
In the study, the researchers observed these cancer fighting properties at... ››› more
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