Can a protein protect against cancer better than eating lots of fruits and veggies?
He found that there was a slightly protective effect for women who eat lots of vegetables, but those who ate the least did not have significantly more cancer. (Journal of the National Cancer Institute)
Scientists are learning how to use and improve our bodies’ natural immune defenses against cancer:
They've discovered new anti tumor isolates that DIRECTLY improve our immune response so that we can all be better protected against cancer
Vitamins for immune system only act INDIRECTLY!
While the antioxidants in our foods can potentially SUPPORT our immune function -- vitamin C and E and even exotic fruits and mushrooms -- their effect on our immune system is only INDIRECT.
BUT antioxidants don't build our glutathione DIRECTLY, so when we get sick, usually there is not ENOUGH glutathione to properly protect us!
It was immunologists studying nutrition for the immune system who found the key to feeding the immune system DIRECTLY with special isolates.
How? Because it provides the building blocks needed by our bodies to make more glutathione, or GSH.
They discovered that when under stress, or with illness, we are depleted in glutathione, which is our own MASTER ANTIOXIDANT designed by nature to protect us from disease.
“Our lab tests showed that the immune response became at least 5 TIMES stronger after regularly eating this special immunotherapy isolate,” explains Dr P. Kongshavn, one of the researchers at McGill University, Canada to first discover the power of these isolates.
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