A 2008 study conducted by the National Institute of Health found that, when injected into mice, Vitamin C could slow the growth of tumours. Despite the long history of research into vitamin C and cancer with many of the same findings, the research paper presented its findings as new. Curative health affects using vitamin C therapy have been known for a long time.
Studies on Vitamin C and Cancer
A study conducted in 1969 found that Vitamin C would selectively kill cancer cells without harming Read more [...]
The World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) has just completed a detailed review of more than 7,000 clinical studies covering links between diet and cancer. Its conclusion is rocking the health world with startling bluntness: Processed meats are too dangerous for human consumption. Consumers should stop buying and eating all processed meat products for the rest of their lives.
Processed meats include bacon, sausage, hot dogs, sandwich meat, packaged ham, pepperoni, salami and virtually all red meat Read more [...]
Women have long been told that a good bra can help support the chest, relieve back pain and prevent sagging. However, a new 15-year French study reveals the opposite: bras do little to reduce back pain and, over time, they can actually make breasts sag even more.
Researcher Prof. Jean-Denis Rouillon, a sports science expert from the University of Besançon in eastern France claims that "bras are a false necessity," according to The Local.
"Medically, physiologically, anatomically - breasts Read more [...]
A new observational study published in the journal Nutrition, confirms that chocolate consumption may have significant health benefits. The European study titled, "Association between chocolate consumption and fatness in European adolescents," found a higher chocolate consumption was associated with lower total and central fatness in European adolescents.
The study method was reported as follows:
"This study comprised 1458 adolescents (ages 12.5-17.5 y) participating in HELENA-CSS (Healthy Lifestyle Read more [...]
In a tiny Canadian village called Bracebridge in the early 1920's, a nurse named Rene Caisse successfully healed many terminal cancer patients with a remedy called Essiac Tea.
For her services she accepted any form of payment that the patient could afford - even eggs and produce. Eventually she stopped charging any fees and treated hundreds of patients for free. The result was harassment from the Canadian Health Minstry and betrayal from a corporation she had hoped would hep her legalize her Read more [...]
Turpentine and Kerosene have been used medicinally since ancient times and are being used by poorer countries like Russia, Eastern Europe, and Africa to this day. In ancient Babylon, petrolium distillates were used to treat stomach problems, inflammation and ulcers.
A recent study in Nigeria found that almost 70 per cent of its population use petroleum products medicinally. Common applications for this medicine are infectious diseases, infections, autoimmune diseases, cancer, arthritis Read more [...]
Fucoidan is a natural compound found in various forms of seaweed like kombu, limu, wakame and mozuku plus animals like the sea cucumber.
Fucoidan naturally occurs in the cell walls of certain forms of brown seaweed, brown algae, and a few species of marine animal life (including sea snails, sea cucumbers, and urchins). No land-based animal has been known to possess this amazing molecular compound, and it is likely this reason that Fucoidan’s health benefits have only just come to light.
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After being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2008 and undergoing chemotherapy, radiotherapy and surgery to remove her tumour and one of her breasts, Vicky Sewart from Devon was advised to take Tamoxifen - a drug commonly issued during the post-cancer remission stage.
However, Sewart refused.
Despite excessive warnings from MD’s who insisted that Vicky would surely not recover using superfoods that are commonly touted as ‘woo’ and ‘ineffective medicine’ by pharma-backed doctors, Stewart Read more [...]
According to the American Cancer Society, the odds you'll develop cancer in your lifetime are one in two, if you're a man, and one in three, if you're a woman.1 But an experimental cancer drug shown to shrink tumors by correcting metabolic oddities in cancer cells shows promise in the fight against this deadly disease. The synthetic drug DCA (dichloroacetate) DOES indeed kill cancer cells, both in the lab and in human beings. However, whether it can reverse tumor growth without harming you in other Read more [...]
It would be fair to assume that there are three ingredients in McDonald’s French fries: potatoes, oil, and salt. But if you assumed that you’d be far from correct.
Starting last year McDonald’s began a transparency campaign most likely to create a more health- and consumer-conscious image of the corporation. As a result the company has made their ingredient lists and processing techniques available on their website. Out of curiosity, I had to know exactly what is in those fries.
It Read more [...]
International outrage against Monsanto and GMOs by activists and concerned citizens at large is paying off once again. Just days after Mexico announced a complete ban on the growth of GMO corn, Los Angeles lawmakers have now gone on record in setting up Los Angeles to be the largest GMO-free region in the United States.
Specifically, L.A. politicians are responding to the call for a ban on the cultivation, sale, and even distribution of GMOs at large. In other words, an entirely ‘GMO-free’ Read more [...]
There’s still a lot of confusion across the nation about whether or not cannabis is effective for cancer patients. Odds are you’ve heard something about it but weren’t sure whether the information was reliable or definitive.
So, in order to help clear things up, here is a list of 34 studies showing that marijuana cures cancer, categorized by the type of cancers being cured in each study. As you sort through the articles, note that the consistent theme between them is that cannabis Read more [...]