cancer

Our Government HATES This Cancer-Killing Fruit

Getting a cancer diagnosis is heartbreaking enough. 

But learning that your cancer has SPREAD can be absolutely devastating. 

Once cancer spreads to your lymph nodes or other parts of your body, it’s much tougher to kill. 

And your chances of surviving sink like a stone. 

The good news? Researchers have just discovered a weird fruit that can “program” cancer cells to stop spreading. 

The only problem? This is one fruit that out government HATES. 

Soda apple is one of the weirdest plants you’ll ever see. 

It’s a bush that produces a fruit that looks like a golf-ball-sized watermelon. 

Our government LOATHES the soda apple, and it considers it an invasive species as it spreads across Southern States. 

But in Africa, where the soda apple originated, it’s becoming known as a “super plant.”

In fact, scientists have just PROVEN it may be able to STOP the spread of deadly cancer.

You see, soda apple is rich in several cancer-fighting compounds, including:

  • Saponin, an antibacterial and antimicrobial.
  • Solanine, which is toxic to cancer cell membranes and mitochondria in high enough doses. 
  • Solamargine, a chemical proven to trigger cancer cell death. 

South Africa’s Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, together with the University of Pretoria, recently studied the effects of these soda apple compounds on cancer cell lines. 

The soda apple compounds: 

  • Killed cancer cells.
  • Stopped cancer cells from spreading.
  • Blocked a protein that allows cancer cells to become resistant to drugs. 

Talk about a triple threat!

Solamargine, in particular, was especially effective against lung cancer cells. 

There’s no such thing as a soda apple supplement yet… and you can’t eat the fruit. 

But here’s the good news…  

You can get the same effect by increasing your intake of tomatoes, potatoes, and bell peppers, which all contain safe doses of solamargine, solanine, and saponin.

If you’re fighting cancer right now… or just worried about cancer… adding these foods to your diet is easy and very low-risk. 

Fighting For Your Health,

Susan White
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health