Cancer Avoidance Nutriceuticals, 5 Must Haves

IP-6, for lung……………..

Black Raspberry you can pick them in Oregon July 1 to July 21 or you can buy freeze dry which preserves the anthocyanans which fight cancer. One capsule, equals 4 cups of black raspberries.

——–Last and most important, is the triple threat to cancer. A must have. Taking Vitamin D3 with K Documented necessity for first line cancer prevention HERE.

Phyto D 2000 Essential for Every Disease, Mental Clarity, and Bone and Joint Health

60 capsules one cap a day with a meal


Phyto D is formulated with essential D3 and K, and is compounded with Epimedium and Dynaria. Two traditional Chinese herbs with long historical usage in the support of proper bone, and connective tissue health.

Vitamin D has essential, wide ranging effects throughout the body, including maximizing bone health to stabilizing mood and energy levels.

For Estrogen Dependent Cancers like Breast, Ovary, and Prostate Cancer, add these:

Mens' Health Aromastat

Dosage Typical dosage is 1-2 capsules 1-3 times daily. In general start with lower doses and increase gradually until symptomatic relief ensues. Actions and Indications: Chlorine and hormone residues in meats and dairy products can also have estrogenic effects. In men, the estrogenic environment may result in declining quality of sperm or fertility rates. In women, it may lead to an epidemic of female diseases, all traceable to excess estrogen/deficient progesterone. Estrogen dominance can start early on in a women's menstrual cycle. Young women who suffer from this enter menarche with tremendously difficult periods, and doctors sometimes give these teenage girls birth control pills to help regulate the frequency and severity of their periods. Some women will develop the estrogen dominance syndrome much later in life, sometimes as a result of diet, liver impairment, or environmental factors or also as a result of anovulatory cycles before menopause -- that is, menstrual cycles in which no ovulation has occurred. Ovulation is necessary in order to produce the corpus luteum, (which means "yellow body") which is found on the surface of the ovary after ovulation. Surrounding the ripening egg, the corpus luteum remains after ovulation to produce progesterone for the last half of the menstrual cycle. Without ovulation, less progesterone is produced, which can cause estrogen imbalance in some women.


Aromastat is a natural blend of herbs, shown in clinical studies to inhibit the enzyme aromatase. Aromatase is an enzyme found in the liver that converts testosterone into estradiol and androstenedine into estrone. Thus its’ primary action is to convert steroid hormones into estrogen class hormones.
Aromastat contains indole-3-carbinols, like those found in cuciferous vegetables like cabbage, brussells sprouts, cauliflower, collards and broccoli. These indole-3-carbinols, help transform dangerous estrogens into more benign forms, as recognized by the National Cancer Institute.
Chrysin found in the herb Passiflora Incarnata. The flavone Chrysin is a potent natural aromatase inhibitor. In 1993 Chrysin was tested with 10 other flavonoids and found to be superior to an aromatase inhibiting DRUG (aminoglutethemide). Scientists conducting the study concluded that the aromatase-inhibiting effect of certain flavonoids may contribute to the cancer preventative effect of certain plant based diets.
Apigen found in most species of chamomile, the flavone apigen is also a safe and effective aromatase inhibitor, with inhibitory effectiveness about equal to that of chrysin.
The isoflavones in soy most notably genistein and diadzein were shown in studies to be potent aromatase inhibitors



A powerful anti- estrogen cancer related fighter.


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