Although known since 1855, IP6 Inositol Hexaphosphate has only recently been researched for its remarkable ability to change cancer cells back to normal, thereby leading to prevention as well as remission.
As an intracellular messenger IP6 Inositol Hexaphosphate does the following;
- Normalizes the rate of cell growth.
It re-establishes the normal growth rate of cells.
Helps to normalize cell physiology.
It can even repair DNA damage.
Enhances NK cells. NK or white cells are responsible for destroying virally infected or cancerous cells.
A healthy person produces hundreds of cancer cells daily, but most are killed by NK cells or apoptosis.
NK cell production is compromised by stress, but IP6 is able to keep them in production during these vulnerable periods.
Increases tumour suppressor p53 gene activity.
P53 genes prevent genetically damaged cells from growing and multiplying.
IP6 increases p53 activity by up to 17 times.
Inhibits inflammation. Inflammation helps cancer cells to grow.
Potent antioxidant. Much more potent than Green Tea.
Enhances apoptosis. Apoptosis is programmed cell death.
Cancer cells are apoptosis resistant.
Inhibits angiogenesis. Angiogenesis is the process whereby cancer cells set up their own blood supply.
IP6 starves the cancer cells.
IP6 helps prevent cancer cells from migration and invasion.
IP6 also chelates to and removes heavy metals, dissolves kidney stones and cleanses the entire system of unwanted deposits.
It also acts as a natural antibiotic.
IP6 is normally found throughout the body and has very few or no side-effects.
Scientific research: 206-page eBook and Paperback
For more details about the research done on IP6 + Inositol, refer to the book IP6 + Inositol: Nature’s Medicine for the Millennium [Kindle Edition]
by Prof AbulKalam M Shamsuddin, MD PhD.
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