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A new study has found that higher circulating vitamin D concentrations are significantly associated with lower colorectal cancer risk. 


Worldwide, colorectal cancer is now responsible for over 600,000 deaths per year. When detected at an early stage the cancer is usually removed by surgery. However, colorectal cancer cells can spread quickly to vital organs such as the lungs, liver, and bones. When this happens conventional treatments such as chemotherapy and radiotherapy are used. Not only do these treatments not provide a cure, however, they also cause severe side effects including nausea, diarrhea, neuropathy, bowel and bladder incontinence, life-threatening infections, bleeding, bone marrow damage, as well as the development of additional cancers. With less than 10 percent of colorectal cancer patients whose cancers have spread surviving more than 5 years after diagnosis, it is clear that conventional treatments are not the answer to this disease.

To learn how, when combined in synergistic proportions, a specific combination of micronutrients, including vitamin C, lysine, proline and green tea extract, has been shown to be capable of halting the spread of cancer cells, decreasing tumor growth and eliminating cancer cells without harming healthy ones, read this article on our website.

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