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Carotenoid – a possible protector for Women against breast cancer

As a women you know that breast cancer is one of the most serious diseases we face today.

And with the increased risk of one out of nine women contracting the disease, we understand the importance of early detection, but what can we do about prevention?

Carotenoid Complex as part of your daily diet will boost your immunity by 37% in just 20 days*”

(USDA report : American Journal of Clinical Nutrition : Kramer TR; Burri BJ)
(Neolife SAB : American Journal of Clinical Nutrition : Carughi & Hooper )

 

Carotenoid Complex is proven to be highly bioavailable, as it reduces oxidation damage to cells by 44%, and stops “the bad” cholesterol in your blood from oxidizing and causing plaque. This bioavailability is one of the most obvious anti-ageing “HELP” that any woman can rely on.

Many women do not know about the benefits of Carotenoid, not only (through studies and research) are there statistical facts stating the health benefits, but published studies show that women with higher levels of Carotenoid in their systems, are found to be at a go to link reduced risk of developing breast cancer.

go here What are Carotenoids?

Carotenoids are micronutrients commonly found in bright red, orange, yellow and some dark green fruits and vegetables – carrots, tomatoes, strawberries, spinach, red peppers, apricots and peaches, to name a few. These micronutrients are what inhibit the development of cancer.

Understanding the benefits of Carotenoid scientifically

In The JNCI – The Journal of the National Cancer Institute Advance Access published December 2012 – it is stated that ‘Women with Higher Carotenoid Levels Have Reduced Risk of Breast Cancer.”

Further studies show Carotenoids to have anti carcinogenic properties too. And previous experimental studies have shown Carotenoids to inhibit tumor progression in breast cancers.

What this tells me, and should tell you, is that Carotenoids need to be part of our daily dietsWe need the health benefits, and we need the carcinopreventive agent – the substance that will fight the progression of cancer for us.

A diet that includes a daily dose of Carotenoid has shown to:

  • Increase your levels of Carotenoids, especially in Women, to the levels that we need
  • Greatly enhances your immune cell production
  • Greatly increases your overall immune cell responsiveness
  • Helps you to reclaim any lost immune ability, by increasing the capacity of your immune system
  • Helps boost your white blood cells (lymphocytes), your body’s first defense against diseases
  • Helps your body to absorb and utilise its intake of nutrients, therefore it is “highly bioavailable”

From our daily diets to strengthening our immune system – literally

When we feed our immune system the right supplements on a daily basis, we give it the ability:

  • to resist and respond to infections and diseases (viral or bacterial);
  • to speedly and effectively respond to and eradicate cancerous cells

Now, how to add Carotenoids to your daily diet

Adding the required five to nine servings of fruits and vegetables daily is almost an impossible task. As a women, mother or breadwinner, you can adopt a more convenient way to include this essential nutrient in your diet, by supplementing with a Carotenoid supplement – designed (technologically) to separate, concentrate, extract, and preserve the phytonutrients in biologically active forms, meaning it will  give you what you need, and give it to your body in the form that it can absorb, effectively.  

source site Give your body the protection it needs fight off infections and reduce the risk of breast cancer with Carotenoid – the essential immune boosting supplement.

(Every bottle of Carotenoid contains 115 kgs of raw, organic, cancer fighting fruits & vegetables)
*These medicines have not been evaluated by the Medicines Control Council.
*These medicines are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

References

JNCI Journal of the National Cancer Institute Advance Access
USDA Researcher’s Report: Kramer TR; Burri BJ American Journal Clinical Nutrition
SAB Researchers’ Report: Carughi, A & Hooper F American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
Arianna Carughi, Ph.D., C.N.S. Nutritional Sciences, Standford Fellow; Scientific Advisory Board

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