Walnuts Suppress Cancer The Best Out Of All Nuts
Out of walnuts, pine nuts, almonds, peanuts, Brazil nuts, cashews, macadamia nuts, pistachios, and hazelnuts, walnuts were shown to the suppress cancer the best. The studies were designed by dripping the nuts on cancer cells, water on cancer cells, and the blood of participants eating nuts on cancer cells.
Water had no effect on suppressing cancer cells. Each nut alone had different effects on suppressing cancer growth. The nuts are listed from 1 having the strongest cancer suppressing properties to the lesser numbers having the weaker cancer suppressing properties against liver cancer cells.
- Peanut Butter
- Macadamia Nuts
- Pine Nuts
- Bazil Nuts
Walnuts first, then pecans, and then peanut butter had the strongest anti-cancer effects when dripped on human liver cancer cells. Almonds was 4th but its potency was less than walnuts, pecans, and peanut butter, but almonds were far ahead of the rest of the nuts in its cancer fighting power.
Similar results were found pitting nuts against human colon cancer cells, with walnuts, pecans, and peanuts leading the nut cancer fight, followed by almonds whose position was overtaken by pine nuts at higher dosages. And important thing to note in the video is the nuts had a different potency against different cancers, but it walnuts were always on top.
The results were the same for dripping the blood of participants who consumed nuts on cancer cells. The blood test was the truer test of a nut’s ability to suppress cancer because using the nuts in isolation might not give the same results as when nuts are consumed and interact with cancer under more natural conditions.
Blood containing walnuts were shown to suppress breast cancer in this study. An important point to remember from this study was whole walnuts were shown to suppress cancer and not walnut oil or walnut skins by themselves. All of the components all the walnut work together in fighting cancer.
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