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  • Do Antioxidants Cause Cancer to Grow?
  • judy griffin
  • antioxidantsaromatic tumeronesCancer IssuesCancer painCarcinogenic herbicides
Do Antioxidants Cause Cancer to Grow?

 Recent research claims antioxidants cause cancer to grow. First, understand that cancer creates a blood supply to be able to survive and grow. Naturally, cancer cells are fed by any nutrients received by the body. Melanoma, especially utilizes anti oxidants. It is a fast growing cancer that quickly metabolizes nutrition to metastasize.  However, in over 30 years of working daily with cancer patients nutritionally, I have seen a great increase in patient/client recovery using  specific antioxidants. These are not vitamins and minerals. They are special nutrients, such as aromatic tumerones that protect and nurture non cancerous cells. Aromatic Tumerones have been extensively researched and proven to help prevent certain cancers and nurture noncancerous cells. There are many varieties of cancer, each with it's own requirements. Aromatic tumerones have the most wide spread effect in fighting cancer, as well as many other conditions of aging.

For more information: Judy Griffin PhD.

www.aromahealthtexas.com

1800 496 2125 

 

 

  • judy griffin
  • antioxidantsaromatic tumeronesCancer IssuesCancer painCarcinogenic herbicides