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Burn Calories Better | End of Year Sale

From eNewsletter 12/26/2022

DID YOU KNOW that three new studies help us better understand the holistic approach to cancer prevention?

A study in Frontiers in Nutrition has shown that quercetin plays a substantial part in the suppression of cancer cells in the breast, colon, prostate, ovary, endometrial, and lung tumors. The authors of the study give an exhaustive account of quercetin's mechanism of action. In short, its anti-inflammatory and free radical scavenging activities are most indicative for cancer prevention.

A study from Nutrients suggests two genes associated with methylation and B-vitamin metabolism, MTRR (B-12) and MTHFR (folate), were found to be positively or negatively associated with colorectal cancer (CRC) depending upon specific mutations. The wonderful thing is that these genes can be screened for in our Pure Genomics genetic wellness screening and specific gene circumventing nutrients can be recommended to reduce CRC risk.

Habitual glucosamine use was significantly related to decreased overall cancer, kidney cancer, lung cancer, and rectum cancer mortality, according to a new study in Frontiers in Nutrition. A study earlier this year found glucosamine and chondroitin supplementation reduced all-cause mortality risk.

Note to Paid NCI Well Connect Members: because of the holiday, today's issue is truncated.


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