You might forget about the cancer… but it NEVER forgets about you.
Even a harmless, slow-growing tumor is working 24/7 with just three goals in mind.
It wants to get bigger… it wants to spread… and it wants to KILL you.
And it won’t stop until one of you is DEAD!
That’s why it’s critical to give that cancer a taste of its own medicine. Even if you have a type of prostate tumor that doesn’t need treatment, you need to work to make sure it NEVER has a chance to grow and spread.
Now, the latest research reveals a highly effective way to CUT OFF the cancer’s food supply… STARVE the tumor… and even KILL it, long before it has a chance to hurt you.
And you’re not going to believe how easy it is!
The key starts with apples and grapes, two staples in the produce aisle and two foods we all love and keep in the basket on the table.
You’ve got the basket — and it’s got REAL fruit, right? If not, it’s time to toss the wax and fill it with the real deal. Trust me, you’ll want to keep plenty of it on hand when you hear about what it can do to prostate tumors.
The study looked at some 142 compounds found in common foods to see which are most effective at wiping out prostate cancer cells.
The ursolic acid found in apple skins and the resveratrol found in the skins of grapes were two of the best at stopping prostate cancer in both lab-dish tests and in experiments on mice.
That’s already a win. But when researchers mixed them together, something absolutely stunning happened.
An entirely NEW reaction kicked in — and this one literally STARVED the tumors!
When the two compounds were combined, the prostate cancer cells were blocked from pulling in glutamine, an amino acid they need to grow.
Without that glutamine, the cancer is completely and utterly powerless.
It wasn’t just the apples and grapes that did it.
The researchers found a very similar reaction when they mixed the ursolic acid found in apple skins with the curcumin found in turmeric, a spice used in curry.
The downside to that, of course, is that you can’t have a bowl of curry sitting on the table at all times. But apples and grapes? They can have a permanent place of honor.
If you don’t have cancer, or at least don’t think you have cancer, eating more apples and grapes just might help prevent the disease from ever taking hold.
But if you have this cancer and need to focus on stopping it, let’s not kid ourselves here. Munching on an apple and some grapes alone probably won’t do a heck of a lot.
That’s when it’s time to break out the big guns: Both ursolic acid and resveratrol are available as supplements.
Your doc can help figure out if they’re right for you and how much you need.