How phytates can revert cancerous cells back to normal cells (2nd of 3 videos, 4 min. 38 sec. video)

In this short (4 min. 38 sec.) video, learn:

*How phytates (aka phytic acid) act to inhibit the growth of a variety of cancer cells such as: leukemia, colon, estrogen receptor positive breast cancer, estrogen receptor negative breast cancer, laryngeal carcinoma, cervical, prostate, hepatoma, pancreatic, and melanoma. Also mesenchymal tumors (murine fibrosarcoma and human rhabdomyosarcoma) cancer cells are inhibited.

*How phytates inhibit cancer cell growth while leaving normal cells and tissues alone.

*How phytates target cancer cells through multiple pathways: anti-inflammatory, anti-oxydent, immune enhancement, detoxification, induction of apoptosis (normal cell suicide), suppression of proliferation, anti-angiogenesis (suppression of the formation of the blood vessels tumors need to survive).

*How phytates targets and acts on all of the principle pathways of malignancy: proliferation, cell cycle progression, metastases, angiogenesis and apoptosis.

*How phytates can inhibit the growth of new blood vessels feeding tumors (which they need to survive) but can also block off existing blood vessels.

*Plus probably the most amazing benefit of all of phytates: how phytates cause cancer cells to revert back into normal cells.

*And much more.


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May 1, 2014 · 5:37 pm

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