Beating Cancer with Nutrition

Slow Cancer Growth

by Dr. Patrick Quillin, PhD,RD,CNS
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Anti Proliferative Agents

While most nutritionists agree on the importance of growth (proliferative) nutrients, few nutritionists respect the importance for anti-proliferative nutrients. Various nutrients and substances in the body stimulate or subdue angiogenesis (making of new blood vessels), including the powerful vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF).

Selenium, fish oil, garlic, cat’s claw, Maitake D-fraction, vitamin E succinate, vitamin K, quercetin, genistein, bindweed, and bovine cartilage all may assist the cancer patient in this manner.

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