Natural Breakthrough STOPS Pancreatic Cancer
Gary and his wife were devastated when they learned he had pancreatic cancer.
They tried chemo… and even immunotherapy. But nothing worked.
That’s when Gary’s wife discovered an all-natural remedy that’s been proven to destroy pancreatic cancer cells and stop them from spreading.
They’d never heard about this from their doctor – but it ended up saving Gary’s life.
And it could save your life, too.
All cancer is bad… but pancreatic cancer may be the worst.
The five-year survival rate, especially once it has started to spread, is abysmal.
But it looks like there’s finally some hope.
New research shows that the plant compound quercetin not only slows the growth of pancreatic cancer, but it also could stop you from getting the disease in the first place.
Quercetin occurs naturally in a number of fruits and vegetables like apples, peppers, onions, tomatoes, dark berries, and even wine.
It’s an antioxidant that’s great at controlling inflammation… but it’s even better at protecting your body against cancer.
In a recent study published in OncoTargets and Therapy, researchers found that quercetin made pancreatic cancer cells less aggressive and less likely to spread.
The study found that quercetin loosens the connections between cancer cells, which makes it much harder for them to spread throughout your body.
An earlier study, from 2013, found that quercetin also inhibited pancreatic cancer growth by causing “cell suicide.”
Even better? It worked best when administered orally, rather than intravenously, which means you can take it by yourself at home. .
If you or a loved one is suffering from pancreatic cancer, add quercetin to your daily routine.
Additionally, you can increase your organic quercetin intake by eating a diet rich in onions, apples, cranberries, kale, broccoli and other fruits and vegetables.
Fighting For Your Health,
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health
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