This Common Supplement Was Shown To Halt A Deadly Cancer

This Common Supplement Was Shown To Halt A Deadly Cancer

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Cancer is one of the many evils much of the human race must face. Luckily, in today’s world, we now know of certain things that can increase the chances of getting various types of cancer.

For example, processed meats increase the risk of colorectal cancer. Other foods, such as microwave popcorn, canned goods, sodas, and fried foods can also increase your risk of certain types of cancers.

However, scientists are discovering there is one food that can actually help stop the growth of cancer tumors. It can actually help stop cancer in its tracks – something it seems very few foods nowadays can boast about.

According to Natural News:

“A study out of Aberdeen University found that eating foods like salmon, chia seeds and walnuts can increase your chances of surviving colorectal cancer. It is the omega-3 fatty acids found in these foods that stop the spread of deadly tumors throughout your body. After eating these foods, molecules are released that target and attack cancer cells.

To reach these conclusions, the scientists measured the enzymes created when 650 colorectal cancer patients ate foods containing omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. The results were then compared to the people’s chances of survival. Those who had the highest proportion of the omega-3 metabolizing enzymes in proportion to the omega-6 metabolizing enzymes had the best chances of surviving and their tumors spread the least.

The study’s lead author, Graeme Murray, identified what made this study so groundbreaking. He said that before the study, scientists were not aware of a relationship between the enzymes studied and colorectal cancer survival. It provides even more evidence that omega-3 fats can provide some very useful health benefits.

In addition, they found that having a higher proportion of the omega-6 metabolizing enzyme when compared to omega-3 can create worse outcomes for patients.

According to the American Cancer Society, colorectal cancer is the nation’s third-most common cancer in both genders, with men having a lifetime risk of 1 in 21 of developing it and women having a risk of 1 in 23. It’s the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in men and the third in women, and it’s expected to kill more than 50,000 Americans this year.

Past studies show benefits of omega-3 for those with other types of cancer

Past research has suggested that omega-3 fatty acids can prevent this type of cancer in the first place, with a study published in Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers & Preventionfinding that men with the highest omega-3 levels in their blood had a lower risk of colorectal cancer.

Other studies have found that raising omega-3 fatty acids while lowering omega-6 fatty acids can slow prostate cancer progression by reducing inflammation, tumor size and tumor growth rates. These fats have also been shown to help slow the proliferation of breast cancer.”

 

Many people wonder what the best food sources are to increase their intake of Omega-3s.

Salmon is one of the best foods for this, as it packs a punch of these healthy fats. Better yet, it can be sautéed, baked, or grilled, making it incredibly versatile.

However, it is crucial that salmon eaters select cuts that are wild-caught. It’s also crucial that these fish come from waters free of pollutants. Otherwise, this can introduce toxins, chemicals, and other pollutants into the body.

It’s also important not to eat farm-raised salmon. This is because many of these fish are being given a diet of grains containing GMOs.

Other foods that can give you a boost of Omega-3s are spinach, walnuts, flaxseed oil, and organic chia seeds.

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