horseradish

Ancient Root STOPS Cancer From Spreading

Being diagnosed with cancer is a devastating experience. 

But once you learn the cancer has SPREAD… you’re in for a whole new scare. 

You’re literally in a fight for your life. 

Any doctor will tell you that beating cancer is a whole lot easier if it’s localized and hasn’t spread. 

Now, researchers have discovered a simple, ancient root that can keep cancer from spreading throughout your body. 

And you may even have some in your kitchen right now!

Horseradish has been used in medicine for more than 3,000 years. 

The ancient Greeks and Romans used it for aches and pains — and even as an aphrodisiac. 

Now, an exciting new study from the University of Illinois has found that horseradish can stop even aggressive cancer cells from spreading. 

Horseradish is incredibly high in phytochemicals and cancer-fighting enzymes called glucosinolates. 

The Illinois team found that, once in your body, glucosinolates are broken down into cancer-fighting derivatives called indoles and isothiocyanates.

These derivatives stop cancer cells from growing and help kill off any existing cells. 

If you or a loved one is suffering from a cancer diagnosis, adding horseradish to your daily regimen could give you a leg-up. 

You can try incorporating more of the raw root and even add a horseradish dipping sauce into your cooking. 

Or try using horseradish root powder for a more delicate palate. 

But, for a more direct approach, you can also take horseradish in a tincture – experts recommend a full dropper of the extract 2-4 times a day. 

Fighting For Your Health,

Susan White
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health