Formula Beats Back Prostate Cancer by Almost 30 Percent

A battle’s been won in the war against cancer. The latest research shows that one all-natural botanical formula can beat it down. Even better, it does it safely and without any side effects.

The formula comes from Dr. Isaac Eliaz. He got his MD from Tel Aviv University and currently runs a successful practice and research clinic in California.

He’s spent his career looking for a natural way to fight cancer, without the damaging effects of surgery or chemo.

So we tracked him down and asked him how he came up with his formula.

His answer was simple: through hard work and meticulous research.

“I developed the formula based on my life-long studies in multiple medical systems,” he told us. That, plus “extensive research and 25 years of clinical experience.”

He’s so sure of his formula, that he’s let other scientists put it to the clinical test.

The most recent one was headed up by Dr. Daniel Sliva. He’s a lead cancer researcher at Indiana University.

He and his team tested out the formula in the lab. And at the end of the study he found that “this formula is a treatment for…prostate cancer.”

His findings have been published in a top peer-reviewed journal. You can read them for yourself in The International Journal of Oncology.

Compound Uses Proven Ingredients in Unique Mix

The formula mixes medicinal mushrooms with many other ingredients that you’ll probably already know. That’s because each one has been shown to be really good at fighting cancer. The list includes curcumin, saw palmetto and pomegranate.

Dr. Eliaz used these ingredients because the research behind each one is so credible. But he also added a couple of brand new ingredients to his formula. And it’s this unique mix, in the right dosages, that makes his cocktail so effective.

“By using the most advanced findings in this field, I’ve developed an all-natural prostate formula,” he says. “It continues to be studied at major research institutes, with positive results.”

And positive results are exactly what this latest study has shown.

Dr. Sliva took the formula and tested it out on lab mice. Now you might think that mice can’t tell us much about how the formula would work on humans. But this study was a little bit different. It used lab mice, but grafted human prostate cancer cells into them. And those cancer cells were a really aggressive kind.

But the formula still did its work. The mice getting the formula had a 27 percent drop in tumor growth compared to the mice in the placebo group.

The study showed that the formula had other good benefits too. It cut genes involved in metastasis. And as you may know, that’s what makes prostate cancer deadly.

The good results didn’t end there. The scientists also found that the formula increased a gene that specifically combats cancer cells.

And there’s one last thing you should know about the study. It showed that the formula did all this, without any bad side effects.

“This dietary supplement is a natural therapy of human prostate cancer,” concluded Dr. Sliva.

And this wasn’t the only study to test out the formula. Researchers at Columbia University also looked at it. And they got similar results. Their results were also published in a peer-reviewed journal. They appeared in Integrative Cancer Therapy. And you can read the abstract here.

What This Means to You

As we told you earlier, this formula used a mix of herbs and mushrooms. But not just any old mushrooms. It used very special ones. They included the American oyster mushroom, and two Asian medical ones. These were the Ganoderma Lucidum and Phellinus Linteus mushrooms.

So start trying to work these mushrooms into your diet. But the formula packed such a good punch because it also included curcumin, saw palmetto and pomegranate. So if you’re not already taking these herbs, make sure to pick them up.

We’re so impressed with this research, we’re going to be putting together a full report on it in our next paid newsletter. You can find out how to sign up for that monthly newsletter by clicking here.

It will tell you specific details about this formula. You’ll also find out about the actual dosages you need to take.

But this newsletter won’t just tell you about this formula and about the other 27 herbs that are also in it. You’ll hear about a special lifestyle program that the best doctors have put together to protect your prostate. It’s a program that uses food, exercise and other disciplines to beat back prostate cancer.

Wishing you good natural health,

Ian Robinson,
Editorial Director, NHD “Health Watch”

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  1. Norm Hotchkiss says:

    I continue to be amazed by NHD. No where else have I been able to find the range of quality healthcare related information provided here. Using this knowledge, I have been able to find better healthcare professionals simply by asking better questions. Thank-you!

  2. Ian Robinson says:

    Hey Norm! Thanks for your kind words of encouragement.
    I’m so glad our research is helping you to make more informed decisions about your health and wellness. That’s the primary purpose of what we do…so that when you speak to your doctor, you know what questions to ask to get the answers you need.

    You’re the reason we do this every day! Keep reading and let us help you to stay healthy!

  3. ZAK RUDY says:

    Another amazing weapon against prostate cancer is the skin of the Muscadine grape, a native grape from the SW US. Tamaro S. Hudson and a host of other scientists did a study in 2007 titled: “Inhibition of Prostate Cancer Growth by Muscadine Grape Skin Extract and Resveratrol through Distinct Mechanisms.” They found that both the grape skins and the resveratrol inhibited the cancer. The grape skin in particular aggressively attacked the cancer.

  4. Ian Robinson says:

    Hi Zak. That’s really good information. My Managing Editor – Mike Jelinek – recently wrote a great piece about how grape seed extract has been shown to kill cancer cells. The news comes from Dr. Rajesh Agarwal at the University of Colorado Cancer Center. The research is in the early stages but it’s certainly hopeful.
    I certainly also remember reading in Cancer Research about the study you’re talking about…it was on prostate cancer and how an extract of muscadine grape skin could inhibit growth in those types of cancer cells. I think Dr. Jeff Green of the National Cancer Institute was also involved in it. We’ll have to do some further research on this and see what else has happened since. Sounds like it’s past time for us to do an update on this.
    Thanks for writing in!

  5. ZAK RUDY says:

    Wow, thanks for catching up Ian. I am caring for my mother with dementia and using resveratrol in a liquid form that contains the muscadine grape from a company that grows their own. Would be happy to link that, as well as my blog where I have discussed it more fully. I sent you an email directly on this subject, you can just respond to that if you like. Thank you.

  6. Ian Robinson says:

    Hey Zak,
    Great talking to you!! Hope you mom is doing OK. I’m really curious how the muscadine is working out for her…just because you’re using it in real life – as opposed to in a lab – and we also want to hear about that. BTW…I didn’t get your email – probably didn’t make it through our spam filter – so I’m going to go ahead and email you directly!
    Have a great day.

  7. Derek Wain says:

    I stopped eating all chocolate after reading this research report

    A study conducted in Utah between 1983 and 1986, and published in 1993, showed a possible association between theobromine and an increased risk of suffering from prostate cancer in older men.

    Compared with men with very low levels of theobromine intake, older men consuming 11 to 20 and over 20 mg of theobromine per day were at increased risk of prostate cancer (odds ratio [OR] for all tumors = 2.06, 95 percent confidence interval [CI]=1.33-3.20, and OR=1.47, CI=0.99-2.19, respectively; OR for aggressive tumors = 1.90, CI=0.90-3.97, and OR=1.74, CI=0.91-3.32, respectively). We present biological mechanisms for a possible association between prostate cancer and theobromine. This finding needs further exploration in studies with a wider range of theobromine exposures and more men with aggressive tumors.

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