Is it possible to eat your way to stopping Stage IV breast cancer DEAD in its tracks?

Dr. Luis Cisneros-Zevallos from Texas A&M thinks so:  “The importance of our findings are very relevant,”  he said.

Dr. Luis found that peaches stopped the progression of Stage IV breast cancer in mice.  “After determining the dose necessary to see the effects in mice, it was calculated that for humans it would be equivalent to consuming two to three peaches per day,” he said.  (Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry, July, 2014, Volume 25, Issue 7, Pages 796-800)

How much would it cost you to prevent breast cancer progression if Dr. Luis is right and you decide to eat two peaches a day?  According to the USDA, it would cost you $1 a day.

Now, there’s no guarantee that peaches will cure every woman with Stage IV breast cancer.  Of course not.  The only way we’ll be able to cure every woman of breast cancer is to prevent it entirely like smallpox or polio.  But eating peaches can’t hurt.  There are no known side effects of eating two peaches a day, and there are plenty of other benefits from theses high-fiber fruits.

You know as well as I that if we wait until some drug company figures out how to make a pill from the secret ingredient in peaches that prevents progression of Stage IV breast cancer it will cost you a whole lot more than $1 a day and will contain none of the other healthy ingredients like fiber and vitamin C.

Two peaches a day:  Like aspirin, only better.

NOTE:  If you’re a woman who likes to know the science behind the research, the underlying mechanism by which peaches prevent progression of Stage IV breast cancer, it has to do with the polyphenols found in them that alter the gene expression of metallogproteinases.  Whew! To learn more:

P.S.  Because I know you want to know what lies at the heart of Stage IV breast cancer – a virus – read all about it here:



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