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This Boosts Your Cancer Risk 45x (Shocking)

Ask a typical doctor how to lower your cancer risk, and he’ll tell you to stop smoking, cut out the booze, and skip processed junk food.

And that’s all pretty good advice.

But, trust me… that’s only the beginning of the story.

Because there’s a MAJOR health risk that could increase your risk of deadly cancer by 45 TIMES!

If you’re over 65, there’s a good chance you have this health problem right now.

And you might not even know about it.

If you have type 2 diabetes, you know you’re not making enough insulin to remove sugar from your bloodstream.

But there’s another serious problem that often occurs before you get full-blown diabetes.

In fact, if you have metabolic syndrome (a collection of symptoms like obesity, high blood pressure, and glucose intolerance), you may be suffering from something known as hyperinsulinemia

Basically, your insulin production is out of whack and you have too much insulin in your blood.

And that’s cancer waiting to happen.

Hyperinsulinemia promotes extremely rapid cell division which can trigger aggressive cancer.  

A rise in insulin levels can cause an increase in the size, growth, and spread of invasive cancer cells already in your body.

In a study, published in Gynecologic Oncology, researchers found that patients with elevated insulin levels were 45 times more likely to suffer from cancer of the uterine lining.

Yes, 45 times more likely.

High levels of insulin also double your risk of prostate cancer, triple the risk of breast cancer, increase risk of colorectal cancer by 42 percent, and raise the risk of stomach cancer 69 to 101 percent.

In one particularly revealing study, researchers injected mice with colon cancer cells and then fed them either a normal or an insulin-spiking diet.

Within 17 days, the mice on the insulin-boosting diet had developed tumors double the size of the tumors in the normal-diet group.

Luckily, there are ways you can improve insulin levels – and therefore prevent cancer – naturally.

Extract from the maqui berry can help reduce dangerous after-meal surges in insulin and glucose levels.

Research shows that compounds in these berries stimulate the release of peptide-1 which allows more time for glucose from a meal to reach the tissues in the small intestine.

In fact, one study shows that maqui berry extract suppressed insulin production by 56 percent and glucose levels by up to 15 percent.

You can buy maqui berry extract at most online or brick-and-mortar supplement shops.

Fighting For Your Health,

Susan White
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health