pancreatic cancer

  1. Pancreatic cancer risk DESTROYED with magnesium

     [ALERT] Mineral ‘miracle’ wipes out one of the most deadly cancers

    It’s one of the DEADLIEST forms of cancer on the planet – a nasty tumor that’s claimed some of the most famous people in the world.

    Steve Jobs… Luciano Pavarotti… Sally Ride… and just a few months ago, the “Queen of Soul” Aretha Franklin.

    Fame and wealth couldn’t save them from pancreatic cancer.

    But you have something they don’t.

    You’ve got the latest science in your corner – and it’s just revealed the single greatest weapon against pancreatic cancer.

    And you DON’T need fame, money or power to get your hands on it.

    In fact, you can get it easily right now for roughly seven cents a day!

    The super-cheap cure is magnesium, the magical “miracle” mineral with the power to BLOCK this cancer early on.

    See, the reason pancreatic cancer is so deadly is that it forms very quietly. It’s almost never caught in time for treatment.

    By the time there are symptoms…

    And by the time you get tested and the cancer is detected…

    It’s usually too late.

    That’s what makes magnesium so crucial: It stops the tumor from ever forming in the first place.

    The new study finds every 100mg drop below the recommended daily intake bumps up your risk for pancreatic cancer by a quarter. If your intake falls to 100mg per day – which is NOT uncommon – your risk of this disease skyrockets by a stunning 76 percent.Even if your magnesium isn’t that low, there’s a good chance it’s not even close to where it should be.

    Today’s produce is grown in such depleted soil that it’s almost impossible to get enough magnesium from diet alone, even if you eat plenty of leafy greens, nuts and seeds.

    You won’t find much magnesium in a typical multivitamin, either.

    It takes up too much room in the capsule.

    The result?

    Between 60 and 80 percent of Americans are magnesium deficient.

    That means it’s time to take a supplement – and the RIGHT ONE...

    Don’t be tempted by those supermarket brands that run about $5 for a year’s supply.

    Those are often made with magnesium oxide and magnesium citrate, forms that are harder for your body to use and a little rough on your stomach. It’s the not-so-secret ingredient in some laxatives, which should tell you right there what you can expect.

    I recommend magnesium glycinate, which is easier on the gut and better absorbed. It costs a little more, but not much – about 7 cents a day.

    Since it’s also responsible for some 300 other functions in your body – including everything from heartbeat to bone strength – it’s worth every penny.

  2. Pancreatic cancer lessons from the Queen of Soul

    Could the cancer that claimed Aretha Franklin come for you next?

    Aretha Franklin has died, but the Queen of Soul’s music will continue to resonate, inspiring millions for generations to come.

    But there’s another way she can inspire us all, as her death shines a spotlight on a killer disease that doesn’t get nearly enough attention.

    And if anything good can come out of her passing, perhaps it’s that it could help some people avoid it.

    We often say that someone died “too young,” and that’s definitely true in this case. At 76 years old, Franklin was positively youthful by today’s standards. Throw in her wealth and fame, and she should’ve had years -- maybe even decades -- left to share her gift.

    But this disease had other ideas.

    It usually does.

    Pancreatic cancer can be treated if it’s caught early… but it rarely is. Usually, by the time it’s found, it’s far too late to do anything about it.

    That means that the REAL key to beating it is avoiding it in the first place.

    We may not know how or why this musical legend developed pancreatic cancer. Sometimes, your number just comes up.

    But we do know that some of her very public battles with three chronic health problems certainly didn’t help – and if you’re locked in that same fight, call this your golden opportunity to act so you don’t share her fate.

    First, there was her weight.

    Like so many of us, she struggled to keep her waistline under control. And like so many Americans, she took the wrong approach to trying to lose weight, using crash diets and meal replacement drinks, according to CNN.

    Those tricks rarely last for long, since you never really learn to eat well. So, the weight keeps coming back, and the risks come along for the ride.

    Obesity can raise your risk of pancreatic cancer by 20 percent.

    Second, like many people her age, she had a history of smoking.

    We all know this bad habit can lead to lung cancer. But what many people don’t realize is that it’s also a risk factor for several other cancers, with up to 30 percent of all pancreatic cancers caused by smoking.

    And third, she waged a battle with alcoholism, which can lead to problems with both the liver and pancreas, which can increase the risk of pancreatic cancer.

    I know it’s easy to say old-fashioned “clean living” is the answer… and a whole lot harder to actually do it.

    But it’s worth the effort.

    It’ll not only help you to avoid the disease that claimed the Queen of Soul, but it can also prevent nearly every other major killer out there… giving you more time to enjoy the things you love, including the timeless music of Aretha Franklin.

  3. Slash pancreatic cancer risk by keeping gums healthy

    Fight the deadliest cancer... and WIN It's one of the deadliest forms of cancer in the world, a disease so severe that it's all too often a death sentence. Steve Jobs... Patrick Swayze... Luciano Pavarotti... Don Hewitt... and more all died of this deadly form of cancer. But you don't have to! One reason that pancreatic cancer is so deadly...
  4. Pancreatic cancer linked to gum disease

    Pancreatic cancer is one of the deadliest forms of the disease, and new research finds that it may be linked to the same bacteria behind gum disease.
  5. Obesity is the number two cause of cancer

    Obesity is a major cause of cancer, second only to smoking.
  6. Wrong approach to obesity

    At least we're not getting fatter. The newest obesity numbers are in and, well, this is what passes for victory these days: Americans have had roughly the same rate of obesity for much of the past decade, with a little more than a third of us in need of plus-size clothing.
  7. How to avoid pancreatic cancer

    They're called "trace" elements for a reason: Tiny amounts of the right stuff can boost your health and save your life... while even a drop of the wrong stuff can end it. Now, the latest research shows how these same trace elements can play a major role in your risk of getting or avoiding one of the deadliest forms of cancer on the planet -- pancreatic cancer.
  8. Spine drug linked to cancer risk

    It's like a nightmare, except you never get to wake up: A drug used during a common back procedure has been linked to cancer -- including one of the deadliest forms of the disease on the planet.

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