Dear ian,Here's something impressive.
I just came across a study on my desk suggesting that a simple protein derived from cow's milk can put a stop to cancer.
In the study, a group of rats were given a toxic chemical known to cause tumors in the intestinal tracts. When given this milk protein, the rats had a significantly lower rate of abnormal cell growth in the intestines.1
It's called lactoferrin. Normally, it's found in whey.
And as this research suggests, it can be a powerful ally in the fight against cancer.
More studies confirm it. In one study, lactoferrin was shown to be highly effective at suppressing pancreatic cancer cells.
It was so effective, the researchers stated, that lactoferrin "...might become one of the new drugs of choice for the adjuvant therapy against pancreatic cancer."2
It seems it works by supporting and boosting the immune system. That makes sense. Lactoferrin is also found in mother's milk. It's the compound that protects nursing newborns from disease and "switches on" their immune systems.
If you use whey protein, you're already getting some lactoferrin. Otherwise, you can get the benefits by supplementing. Take 250-500 mg per day.
Here are three other natural and powerful cancer fighters mainstream medicine has completely ignored:
CoQ10 - This is a powerful antioxidant and its critical for your heart. But it's also a powerful ally in the fight against cancer. In one study, astonished researchers documented 10 cases of cancer patients who unexpectedly survived when treated with CoQ10.3 I recommend you take 50 mg of CoQ10 a day. Make sure it's the potent form of CoQ10 known as ubiquinol.
Vitamin K2 - This amazing vitamin has been proven to stop cancer in its tracks. A study in the Journal of Cancer Research and Clinical Oncology found this vitamin can kill off leukemia, pancreatic, and ovarian cancer cells.4 You can find it at your local health-food store. I recommend you take 45 to 90 mcg a day. Take it with a meal. It'll help your body absorb it better, since vitamin K2 is a fat-soluble vitamin.
Graviola - The leaf from this little-known South American tree can combat 12 types of cancer cells, including breast, prostate, colon, lung, and pancreatic tumors. It does this by programming the cells to "self destruct."5 You can find it at your local health-food store. Take 2-4 grams per day.
Chances are you haven't heard much of these natural cancer alternatives. That's because most doctors and mainstream medicine have no clue when it comes to the latest breakthroughs in alternative medicine.
And that's unfortunate. Because many lives could be improved if they only knew the options they had.
That's why I'd like to tell you about my friends over at Health Sciences Institute (H.S.I.).
They're on the cutting-edge when it comes to researching and uncovering proven, effective alternatives for combating:
While it'll be decades before mainstream medicine catches on to effective alternatives, you can find out about them today. How they work. Recommended dosages. And, more importantly, where to get them to reap the benefits.
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To Your Good Health,
Al Sears, MD
1 Tsuda H, Sekine K, Nakamura J, Ushida Y, Kuhara T, Takasuka N, Kim DJ, Asamoto M, Baba-Toriyama H, Moore MA, Nishino H, Kakizoe T. "Inhibition of azoxymethane initiated colon tumor and aberrant crypt foci development by bovine lactoferrin administration in F344 rats." Adv Exp Med Biol 1998;443:273-84.
2 Sakamoto N. "Antitumor effect of human lactoferrin against newly established human pancreatic cancer cell line SPA." Gan To Kagaku Ryoho 1998 Aug;25(10):1557-63.
3 Folkers K, Brown R, Judy WV, Morita M. "Survival of cancer patients on therapy with coenzyme Q10." Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 1993 Apr 15;192(1): 241-5.
4 Shibayama-Imazu T, Sakairi S, Watanabe A, Aiuchi T, Nakajo S, Nakaya K. "Vitamin K(2) selectively induced apoptosis in ovarian TYK-nu and pancreatic MIA PaCa-2 cells out of eight solid tumor cell lines through a mechanism different geranylgeraniol." J Cancer Rees Clin Oncol. 2003 Jan;129(1):1-11.
5 Kojima, N. "Systematic synthesis of antitumor Annonaceous acetogenins." Yakugaku Zasshi. 2004; 124(10): 673-81.