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Written by Karel Nunnink   

Antioxidants and cancer.

Antioxidants found in fruits, vegetables and red wine killed cancer cells, including those resistant to conventional treatments.
Researchers from the National Institute of Health identified at least 22 antioxidants that eradicated dividing tumor cells.
The study was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Several antioxidants used in the study, like resveratrol found in red wine, and genistein found in certain plants, killed rapidly dividing cells and selectively eliminated cancer cells that were resistant to multiple drugs.
These antioxidants are potentially better chemotheraputic agents then the ones currently used, the researcher stated in the paper.
Resveratrol also found in red grapes, blueberries and cranberries, switches on a class of proteins called sirtuins that may prevent gene mutations and repair DNA damage.
Just remember its hard to get enough of these powerfully cancer fighters from diet alone, and then they need to come from a pesticide free source.
So eat healthy, but also supplement with these powerful antioxidants.
Live long and strong.

 

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