Research shows that a food as simple as ginger could be the answer to preventing and even treating prostate cancer without any toxic side-effects.
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men, and luckily it’s a slow growing cancer. By the age of 50 most men have some non-life threatening, cancerous prostate cells, although they are asymptomatic and may never know it unless they are screened. The serious trouble begins when the naively unsuspecting succumb to toxic life threatening Big Pharma interventions. But as you’ll learn soon, a food as simple as ginger could be the answer to preventing and even treating prostate cancer.
Unfortunately, early aggressive allopathic prostate cancer treatment can and does cause permanent damage including impotence, heart attacks, incontinence, and even death from a disease that is statistically unlikely to kill them.
An American study published in the British Journal of Nutrition reported: “Here, we show that whole ginger extract (GE) exerts signiﬁcant growth-inhibitory and death-inductory effects in a spectrum of prostate cancer cells.”
The animal study conducted in 2011 at the Department of Biology, Georgia State University wanted to explore ginger’s use for prostate cancer based on the established anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and anti-tumor properties of ginger.
The results were impressive, cutting tumors in half after eight weeks. They concluded that humans taking 100 grams (about 3.5 ounces) of fresh ginger daily may see the same benefits.
They discovered ginger extract interrupts cancer cell progression, impairs reproduction, and induces cancer cell apoptosis (self destruction). They also discovered that ginger is non-toxic to other non-cancerous cells, even rapidly dividing cells such as gut and bone marrow tissues.
Big Pharma’s epic fail: They have nothing in its arsenal nearly as effective or safe as ginger.
Via Bert Guevara