Better than chemo: Five Foods Kill Cancer Cells
12-3-18, Natural News -- Key to beating cancer is understanding what works for the body — and what doesn’t. Studies show that the following five foods kill cancer cells:
A study in the journal Anticancer Research points out that epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), the active ingredient in green tea, could be used to treat certain types of cancer, as it was found to inhibit and suppress tumors, based on cancer stem cell models.
A component found in ginger, has been found to perform better than chemotherapy in targeting cancer cells without harming healthy cells around it. The research, published in PLOS, has noted that 6-shogaol promotes programmed cell death (apoptosis) in cancer cells.
Turmeric is revered in Ayurvedic medicine for its multiple health benefits, as well as its ability to treat various diseases — mainly because of its active ingredient curcumin. In a recent issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, an international study has found that curcumin can bind with certain proteins in the body to prevent cancer cells from spreading.
The most popular member of the Vitaceae family contains compounds that can effectively treat certain types of cancer. The study, published in BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine, suggests that the proanthocyanidins and resveratrol in grapes can be used to colon cancer stem cells.
A study in Pathology and Oncology Research has found that blueberry extract can make cancer cells more vulnerable to radiation therapy. In particular, they found that while blueberries can reduce the number of cancer cells by 25 percent, combining it with radiation therapy increased its efficacy, killing nearly 70 percent of cervical cancer cells. These are just some of the foods that have been found to treat cancer cells.
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