Dr. Michael Greger looks at results of a study on the effects of a single apple a day on every stage of cancer growth through anti-mutagenic effects, antioxidative mechanisms, anti-inflammatory mechanisms, inhibition of cell growth, induction of apoptosis (cancer cell suicide), and more.
As Dr. Keith Block, who has dealt with advanced stage cancers for over 32 years and co-founded The Block Center for Integrative Cancer Treatment has stated:
Existing research doesn’t support the notion that specific foods can increase survival. However, there is considerable evidence that dietary patterns can make a significant difference for women fighting breast cancer.
This video certainly shows the value of the common apple as one part of a complete integrative cancer treatment plan that supports healthy dietary patterns that help cancer patients biochemistry to be as unfriendly to cancer cell proliferation as possible.