Miracle Mineral STOPS Pancreatic Cancer

Being diagnosed with cancer is scary enough…

But when you find out that you have pancreatic cancer… that’s when things go from scary to downright TERRIFYING.

Pancreatic cancer is aggressive and incredibly hard to treat. And it kills thousands of seniors every year.

Fortunately, you don’t have to be the next victim.

Decades of research has proven that a certain mineral can STOP pancreatic cancer before it starts.

The only problem? You aren’t getting enough of it.

Magnesium deficiency is shockingly common in the United States.

In fact, less than 60 percent of American adults gets enough of this invaluable essential mineral.

But what may seem like a minor dietary mishap is actually a DEADLYdeficit.

A recent study – dubbed the VITamins and Lifestyle Study (VITAL) – revealed a disturbing link between magnesium deficiency and pancreatic cancer.

The VITAL researchers analyzed the magnesium intake and pancreatic cancer status of more than 66,000 participants aged 50 to 76.

They found that folks who had low dietary intake of magnesium increased their risk of pancreatic cancer by a WHOPPING 76 percent!

Why is this happening, you ask?

Well, magnesium improves blood sugar levels and prevents insulin resistance – two of the key drivers behind pancreatic cancer.

In fact, more than 80 percent of patients with pancreatic cancer also have either diabetes or blood sugar issues.

But magnesium supplementation can help change all of that.

Other recent studies have concluded that magnesium improves your body’s ability to process sugar, thereby preventing pancreatic cancer and diabetes, as well.

Luckily, it’s easy to improve your magnesium intake!

Foods like spinach, Swiss chard, legumes, nuts, almonds, avocados, figs, yogurt, dark chocolate, and pumpkin seeds are some of the very best sources of magnesium.

Or you can find magnesium supplements at your local health food store or online – just be sure to take at least 500mg a day.

Fighting For Your Health,

Susan White
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health