Curcumin Causes Colon Cancer Cells To Self-destruct

Similar negative gene expression may actually come from families who tend to practice and teach the same philosophies about thinking, eating and medicating. In fact, gene expression can be completely altered and changed in the face of cancer when a new mindset and eating approach is undertaken. (Certain substances like turmeric can alter proteins in colon cancer cells.) Age is no risk factor for cancer either. Just because a person is over age 50, doesn't mean they need a colonoscopy from a medical doctor. One can be completely confident that they are not harboring cancer by knowing their nutrition levels and understanding their body's signs and the condition of their stool. If there's one assurance that trumps all, it's the understanding that natural substances like turmeric have the greatest impact on killing cancer cells in the colon. Read more..

Research shows curcumin suppresses cancer cell invasion and metastasis

Bad gene theory debunked Since curcumin has the ability to distinguish between cancer-ridden genes and healthy ones and alter DNA in a way to change a person's "biological course," the whole bad gene theory has been debunked. Just because someone in the family tree had cancer does not mean that their offspring will get the same cancer. Why? Because curcumin can change DNA, alter the course of genes and completely turn around one's cellular health. Of course, it's always good to depend on more than just one anticancerous food or herb. Multiple anticancerous foods should be included in a person's diet for optimal cellular protection and quality life, free of cancer worries. There's no need to go get a double mastectomy because one's relatives had breast cancer. Read more..

Curcumin for Cancer: Part One

If you could somehow put Claritin directly into the brain, it would be just as sedating as Benadryl. Once drugs are in the bloodstream, they are cleared from the blood at a certain rate, some quickly, some slowly, depending on the collective contribution of all the processes we have described. Some drugs get tagged, or conjugated, with a sugar-molecule, and that permits the kidney to actively secrete it into the urine, leading to its elimination. But when those sugar-conjugated drugs (called glucuronide conjugates) find their way back into the intestine (via secretion in the bile), enzymes in the intestine can clip off the sugar molecule, releasing free and active drug that has a chance to get reabsorbed and do its thing again. Some drugs are broken down by enzymes in the blood. Read more..