Vitamins May Reduce Risk of Uterine Cancer

Increased intakes of vitamins C, E and beta-carotene reduce the risk of cancer of the uterus, according to a new review and meta-analysis.

Writing in Cancer Causes and Control, US scientists report that increasing key antioxidant vitamins was associated with a measurable reduction in the risk of endometrial cancer:

  • Beta-carotene – an increase of just one milligram (mg) of beta-carotene for every 1,000 calories of daily diet, was associated with a 12% reduction in the risk of endometrial cancer
  • Vitamin C – an increase of 50 mg’s of vitamin C per 1,000 calories, reduced the risk by 15%
  • Vitamin E – in increase of 5 mg’s of vitamin E per 1,000 calories of diet reduced the risk by 9%

The results are based on data from 12 case-control studies, and intakes from supplements were not considered by the researchers, led by Elisa Bandera from the Cancer Institute of New Jersey.

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7,000 American Women Die from Uterine Cancer Each Year

Endometrial cancer is the fifth most common cancer among women worldwide. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Reach into Mother Nature’s cupboard today for protection.

Apart from these vitally important antioxidant vitamins, we have found staggering benefit from two of our formulas:

  • Indole-3 Carbinol – found to be far more effective than Tamoxifen, the mainstream chemo drug against several forms of cancer.
  • Super Curcumin C3 – last month I shared the discovery of Curcuminoids in the fight against Alzheimers. Curcumiods are powerful anti-oxidants and anti-inflammatories and showing tremendous results in clinical trials at the famed M.D. Anderson Cancer Clinic.

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