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-- who dealt dog -- -- to many researchers are always developing new drugs and therapies.
To treat cancer.
There are also solutions in the natural world joining me now is our very own medicine -- Chris Killen.
To fill us in some alternative anti cancer therapies -- my friend I'm good thank you.
You know that you you're -- you're the king of the natural world.
-- I'm humbled to accept -- -- give me give you some current therapies and drugs for cancer -- have come out of them over the in organic natural world well one of the really big.
Ones is a fruit that is known as -- grab -- or sour sop.
-- and it's a south American fruit you've probably had it it's it's green it's sort of heart shaped it has kind of funny bumps on it.
The fruit itself.
Is not the anti cancer agent it's the leaves the bark -- the stems of the plant that the fruit is grown on.
There's a whole area of research on a group of compounds bear with me called and -- -- -- -- agenda -- Basically you practice that had I stayed up late working out who thought it.
Anyway via -- -- Jen and our group of compounds that are found in these plant parts of grab the -- which is a popular fruit and in South America.
They've been very well studied it Purdue they've been studied it and I -- here's what we know.
Attack cancer cells not had not healthy cells and so if you take an extract of the bark or the leaves of this particular plant.
-- the compounds.
The specific activity in the cellular line -- of cancer cells.
Don't do anything at all to the healthy cells.
-- you know because one of the characteristics of cancer cells.
Is that they tend to you know hyper proliferate much faster right because of the alteration of right of some gene sequences so I guess this.
Toxic effect if you will it's more sensitive.
In these hybrid did well -- will -- itself.
They -- -- for some reason they are compounds that get generated in the membranes that cancer cells that -- generated then and healthy cells.
That are specifically attractive to these Safina engines so this is the is -- -- and actually.
Cut off the supply of AT -- which is the primary energy for the cells.
So basically starving themselves to -- how how was this discovered.
-- this is something that's been known for a few decades in fact I think the initial research.
On this did come out of Purdue university medical center.
And and here's the other crazy thing and you know about this system medical doctor.
There is multiple drug resistance that is something that is common with cancer need.
Multiple drug resistant cancer cells don't stand a chance against the defeated -- they go right after those cells it it is.
They just commercial commercial available now the the problem of course is that you can get.
You can get grabbed Leo what extract like at a natural food store night but nobody.
Using it in the -- hospital setting and the reason they're not doing it is that.
-- they are still trying to make.
A synthetic molecule -- of what that is different enough that it can be patented and turned into a multibillion dollar drug.
Even though we know that this combination of naturally occurring at the -- agenda in this in these plant parts of -- -- -- Kill cancer.
Because nobody can make money on what other natural cancer treatments are there -- -- will pump about one of the things that I think people really like to hear and it's true is that coffee.
Turns out to be not a treatment but one of the best preventive we have need for specific cancers liver cancer.
Very significant reduction of liver cancer risk if your coffee drinker.
When you when you -- coffee drinker.
Because it was legal to do three cups a copy it Qaeda -- -- -- -- you -- like 300 milligrams of -- yeah yeah you know where it would be in the -- now drinker right.
Because it's not the caffeine.
It is the core agenda -- -- in the other compounds in -- that are anti cancer.
We also know that there's very significantly reduced.
Rates of colon and rectal cancers among coffee drinkers.
So coffee -- you know it's funny when I started out in the natural seniors don't know coffee you know there's some really bad stuff for it turns had to be one of the healthiest things you can put your body.
-- that I know I've mentioned Q previously is cat's claw it's -- woody -- from the Amazon.
It is used specifically to treat reproductive cancers though.
Not in this country.
But Capps cause widely available again it natural food stores and online news want to make sure you're getting the real thing.
When you isn't my last question to you when you travel and you go to the Amazon -- you know you go there and you have a lot of knowledge of the area.
What's your impression when it comes to cancer rates in those population will.
I don't have -- good fix on cancer rates.
I don't hear much about cancer run of play -- -- talk about it yet you know here in the US presence in the developed world.
Topics ago I was -- always reckless -- -- got diagnosed with cancer is right to breast cancer and colon cancer mean try to prostate cancer.
So we live in a sort of an canceled and cancer environment -- so we see so many higher rates but when you go to a lot of these countries.
It's rarely that you hear so that is so true that -- these people tend to.
Simple and basic natural foods they're not going you know they're not eating junk foods are not eating fast food.
They don't have carpets in their homes for example that are giving off toxic gases they don't have carpet tonight.
So a lot of the what they don't happen what they don't do.
Actually adds up to reduced risk of cancer rates -- if you're living on rice fish beans planned -- and greens.
-- diet related cancer is bound to be close to zero.
And that's still anyway great information variant -- saying you sent him in this so many natural cures there people need to be aware but it.
Everybody wants to make money before they become effective yes and that's the problem is if we can if we can move.
Health away from just being out you know of the possibility of making billions a lot of lives could be saved and I think that's worthwhile well thank you were coming again thank -- Manning off he would probably go off of connects.
Let's see I've got.
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