Why Consider CancX ® Nutritional Support

CanceX Nutritional Support

 

There are numerous reasons to consider CancX ® Nutritional Support:

  1. The CancX ® product provides a rich source of the most commonly needed Vitamins and Minerals;
  2. A key CancX ® component is the NeuStem Cell Nutrition Concentrate, which provides naturally occurring ingredients that add to the renewal system of body cells;
  3. The major ingredient in CancX ® is red raspberry seed powder. Compared to the fruit itself, the raspberry seeds provide a concentrated source of dietary fiber, proteins, and polyphenolic compounds called ellagitannins; 5-6
  4. Ellagitannins hydrolyze naturally to form ellagic acid in small amounts in the body; 7-9
  5. Ellagitannins and ellagic acid participate in physiological, biochemical, or cellular processes in which their recognized antioxidant activity scavenges free radicals and prevents unwanted damage to cell membranes and other bodily structures, supporting DNA integrity and overall cell health; 10-12
  6. Ellagitannins and ellagic acid build your immune system by acting to counteract, reduce, and also repair damage resulting from oxidative stress and inflammation, offering anti-proliferative cell activity; 13-16
  7. CancX ® supports vascular, heart and liver health; 17-18
  8. CancX ® comes as an easy to use powder which can be combined with various liquids to provide a tasty and consumable product at a reasonable price;
  9. CancX ® Nutritional Support is both patented and patent pending. Please review the Bibliography for any further details.**

 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

**The information as to all ingredients and studies on ellagitannins is information obtained from the literature, and not intended as any claim to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any disease. The goal is to help compromised consumers feel better via nutritional support as a Complementary product in line with any Physician designed treatment plan.

 

Bibliography

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  7. Barrio et. Al., Bioavailability of Anthocyanins and Ellagitannins following consumption of Raspberries by humans, J. Agri. Food Chem., 2010, 58, 3933-3939
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