The Natural Way to STOP Skin Cancer
There’s no doubt about it – melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer.
In fact, it claimed more than 10,000 American lives in 2018.
And there are more than 90,000 new diagnoses every year.
The mainstream has made little progress when it comes to treating this devastating cancer.
But that shouldn’t worry you. You don’t need some risky treatment to BEAT this dangerous disease.
Research shows that a certain vitamin may actually hold the key to STOPPING melanoma dead in its tracks.
Here’s what you need to know…
An exciting review, from the University of Sydney, found that the active form of vitamin B – aka nicotinamide – can actually help prevent and combat melanoma.
Researchers found that vitamin B boosts DNA repair in response to UV exposure, one of the main risk factors for melanoma.
It works by replenishing energy stores of epidermal skin cells that have been depleted by sun exposure. Those cells are then able to repair DNA damage more quickly and effectively.
What’s more?! Vitamin B reduces inflammation – another major risk factor for all kinds of cancers – by suppressing inflammatory substances like interleukin-6 and tumor necrosis factor alpha.
And this vitamin B also reduces immune suppressive effects of sunlight on skin.
This form of vitamin B is invaluable when it comes to protecting yourself from sun damage and melanoma.
And the benefits don’t stop there.
Vitamin B not only protects you from developing melanoma but it combats existing cancer cells and growths.
You see, vitamin B impairs the ability of melanoma and other tumor cells to form vein networks that resemble normal ones.
This vascular mimicry is indicative of aggressive tumors and, without that ability, those tumors simply cannot grow.
Plus, vitamin B in its active form is also linked to an increased death of melanoma cells, further impairing its ability to grow and spread, by regulating the activity of the enzyme sirtuin1.
And the list of benefits goes on!
This latest research proves the vitamin B is a truly remarkable anti-melanoma agent.
And you can boost your vitamin B intake by eating lots of organic fruit and vegetables like beets, eggs, fish, leafy greens, and lean meats.
Fighting For Your Health,
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health