Cancer Treatment in a Pill? New Studies Show Resveratrol Might Be the Answer
If you or someone you know has cancer, I urge you to pay very close attention to this article. New research by Oregon State University shows that resveratrol inhibits the proliferation of human cancer cell lines, including the cells attributed to:
Also, animal studies have show resveratrol to inhibit the development of esophageal and intestinal cancers brought on by chemical carcinogens. Because of all the promising news about this amazing antibiotic, clinical trials have been started to address whether or not resveratrol can be a beneficial and viable cancer treatment.
With both my father and grandfather being victims of prostate cancer and my mother being diagnosed early in my childhood with breast cancer, I am one that pays very close attention to every new development with regards to this dreaded disease. My fingers are crossed that this miracle supplement might be the answer for those that are suffering.
If you’re not familiar with resveratrol, you should know that it is a type of antibiotic (phytoalexin) that is found in plants that are under attack, usually from bacteria or fungi. It is most commonly found in wine, peanuts and red grapes. But even more importantly, this possible new cancer treatment is found in supplement form as well. Based on the promising research and my family history, I’ve become a major fan of this miracle supplement. Besides being my hope as a cancer treatment, resveratrol has helped increase my metabolism, burn fat, and diminish my “crows feet” around my eyes. If you are worried about cancer, I urge you to take a look at the studies.