Curcumin Can Help Prevent Lung Cancer
Lung cancer may be preventable with Curcumin, according to a study conducted by scientists from Tel-Aviv University in Israel. The scientists there discovered evidence that curcumin, the major compound found within turmeric could help to prevent or even cure a lung cancer type known as non-small cell lung cancer.
The study involved a group of test subjects eating a diet containing 0.6% Curcumin and they supplemented for 14 days before receiving the human lung cancer cells. The control group on the other hand, ate the same diet but without curcumin and they were exposed to the same amount of lung cancer cells.
The results from this indicated that the test subjects who ate the diet with the most curcumin developed tumors 36% smaller than those found in the control group. Scientists also found that supplementing with Curcumin can down-regulate the expression of inflammation biomarkers and this promotes apoptosis within cancer cells.
Therefore if we want to avoid Cancer, we need to look at the studies behind Curcumin and how it can benefit health while protecting and preventing the body’s immune system against cancerous cells.
More studies into how Curcumin can help protect against Cancer…
Curcumin induces apoptosis and inhibits growth of orthotopic human non-small cell lung cancer xenografts
Curcumin Inhibits Proliferation and Induces Apoptosis of Human Colorectal Cancer Cells by Activating the Mitochondria Apoptotic Pathway
One of the best and most effective ways to take Curcumin is to use a supplement according to the above study. This is because the Curcumin goes directly into the bloodstream where it is rapidly absorbed.
Curcuminx4000™ – This formula contains 200mg of Curcumin Phytosome and 600mg of Meriva® (root) Curcuma longa extract. A recent study showed an increase in utilisation by up to 20-45x compared to ordinary Curcumin. The recommended dosage is 2 capsules, 3 times daily for best results.