Lung Cancer

IV Vitamin C Kills Cancer Cells

cancer cells—it is selectively toxic. No matter how high the concentration, vitamin C does not harm healthy cells. Lab studies reveal that this therapy is effective against many types of cancer, including lung, brain, colon, breast, pancreatic, and ovarian. Animal studies show that when human cancers

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The Multiple Benefits of Carotenoids

cancer almost in half. Other research from Harvard University Medical School found that supplementing with beta-carotene reduces the risk of prostate cancer by 36 percent. Increased intakes of carotenoid-rich foods are also associated with decreased rates of cancers of the ovary, mouth and pharynx, lung,…

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Selenium Can Reduce Cancer Death Rates By As Much As 50%!

…Interestingly, skin cancers, which the study was initially designed to evaluate, showed little response to selenium. But the selenium group had a 63 percent reduction in the incidence of prostate cancer, a 58 percent reduction in colon or rectal cancer, and a 45 percent reduction in lung cancer. The results…

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How to Quit Smoking Naturally

…months without a cigarette, your risk of having a heart attack will drop, and your lung function will improve. * After one year, your risk of heart disease will be cut by 50 percent, as will your risk of lung cancer after five years. In short, I don't know anyone who has quit smoking naturally for any…

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Going Beyond Water To Stay Hydrated & Healthy

…pre-cancerous mutations in cells, white tea came out on top. * Low sodium V8 juice. Unlike most fruit juices, tomato juice contains very little sugar, so it doesn’t wreak havoc on blood sugar levels. Furthermore, it is a great source of lycopene, which has been shown to help prevent cancer of the…

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Tips for Preventing Cancer

…reduction in cancer mortality. Earlier research has shown aspirin’s protective effects in colorectal cancer. This study, however, demonstrated that it also decreased death from cancer of the pancreas, brain, stomach and prostate as well as adenocarcinomas of the esophagus and lung. Equally important…

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Prevent Cancer and Protect Your Heart with Tomatoes

…antioxidant lycopene that helps to neutralize harmful free radicals. Studies have shown eating foods rich in lycopene protects against lung, breast, and prostate cancers. Eating tomatoes also helps to lower your cholesterol and blood pressure—both of which can help to prevent heart attacks and strokes…

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Clean Up Indoor Air, Improve Your Health

…home. Begin by eliminating as many contaminants as possible. First and foremost, banish smoking. Secondhand smoke is responsible for thousands of lung cancer deaths and tens of thousands of heart disease deaths each year in nonsmoking adults. It also contains strong irritants that worsen symptoms of asthma…

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A New Vaccine Is Not the Way to Help People Stop Smoking

…your last cigarette your blood pressure and pulse rate return to normal and after one year your risk of heart disease declines by 50%. Cancer rates—and not just lung cancer—drop. Smoking cessation also dramatically improves erectile function. If you need help kicking the nicotine addiction, there’s…

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Beyond Sleep: Other Benefits of Melatonin

…melatonin: cancer prevention and treatment. One study showed that melatonin-depleted blood stimulates the growth of tumors in animals, while melatonin-rich blood reduces tumor growth. Canadian researchers also conducted a meta-analysis of 10 studies involving patients with tumors of the breast, lung, brain…

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