Nutritional Steps to Maintain Health and Reduce Cancer Risk

Author: Alfred Ordman

ABSTRACT
At the 2017 Linus Pauling meeting, it was announced that based on metabolomic analysis, vitamin K at levels far above the daily value activates a variety of enzymes that are beneficial. The enzymes have been shown to remove calcium where it harms our health, deposit it where it benefits bone, may reduce hip fractures, and decrease calcification of the circulatory system, reducing by 50% the risk of heart disease and high blood pressure. Linus Pauling demonstrated that vitamin C can kill cancer cells. One form of vitamin K regenerates vitamin C so that it is even more effective at killing cancer cells. I previously reported a trial that determined an oral dosage of vitamin C that produces a concentration in the bladder able to kill recurring non-invasive muscle carcinoma cells. Nature in 1999 published an article on foods that reduce the risk of cancer. Since then there is additional evidence that nutrients can extend the human healthspan. Other nutrients are effective at reducing the risk of cancer, such as the active ingredient in cruciferous vegetables. These nutrients that reduce the risk of cancer and improve health are GRAS. They are safe and likely to substantially reduce the risk of cancer, heart disease, hip fractures, and other undesirable conditions. While research on treating cancer dominates media attention, pharmaceutical development, and Federal funding, it is likely that people can prevent cancer by consuming nutrients that have been shown to kill human cancer cells.

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Journal: Journal of Cancer Therapy
DOI: 10.4236/jct.2019.1010070(PDF)
Paper Id: 95798 (metadata)

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