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Bel Marra Health Reports on New Research That Links Strawberries to Reduce Risk of Esophageal Cancer
Date:7/27/2013

from moderate to mild, or completely disappearing. "We found that daily consumption of strawberries suppressed various biomarkers involved in esophageal carcinogenesis, including cell proliferation, inflammation and gene transcription," said Chen. "Our study is important because it shows that strawberries may slow the progression of precancerous lesion in the esophagus.”

It’s worth noting that only 60 grams per day of freeze-dried strawberries (which amounts to more than 1 lb of fresh strawberries) acted as a pre-esophageal cancer cure, and that the group taking just 30 grams per day did not experience the same benefits. The researchers caution that important questions still need to be answered before strawberries are promoted an esophageal cancer cure. “Fundamental questions remain, such as the best formulation of strawberry powder, the active components associated with powder, the actual mechanism of action, and standardized preparations will be required to permit the widespread use of strawberry powder with a predicable outcome.” They went on to say that "The active components and molecular targets responsible for the efficacy of strawberries must be identified.”

The paper was written by pharmacy researchers so these precautions make perfect sense—why instruct people at high risk for develop esophageal cancer to simply consume strawberries, when there is no money to be made from it? Instead, Big Pharma wants to take the results of this study and try to develop strawberry-derived drugs that can be sold for top dollar. Considering that there are over 21 published studies proving the effectiveness of strawberries as anticancer agents, and that strawberries are natural, affordable and side-effect free, Bel Marra doctors recommend ignoring this precaution and upping the consumption of strawberries as a preventative (and delicious) cancer measure.

(Source: Ohio State University Medical Center (2011, April 6). Strawberries may
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