Ellagic Acid Kills Cancer

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This Antioxidant Can Kill Cancer Cells Your body has the ability to dissolve cancerous and precancerous cel...
This Antioxidant Can Kill Cancer Cells Your body has the ability to dissolve cancerous and precancerous cells within a few days, and to replace them with young and healthy cells. However, you must feed & activate the responsible cellular mechanism, with the exact nutrient, in the potency it requires. This can be done naturally. With the exact nutrients and potencies in Exsula EllagiPlex, you can feed and activate your natural mechanisms to kill precancerous and cancerous cells. It contains an extra fine (micronized) grind of raspberry seeds to promote assimilation. They are blended with synergists to enable efficient conversion of ellagitannins to ellagic acid in your body. Raspberries contain one of the most powerful antioxidants known; a series of ellagitannins which are converted into ellagic acid in your body. Many fruits contain ellagitannins, but your body cannot convert all sources into useable, beneficial levels of ellagic acid. Ellagic Acid has the ability to inhibit mutations within a cell's DNA, causing apoptosis (normal death) in cancer cells. In addition, research has found that it has antibacterial and antiviral properties. Raspberries are one of the few sources of ellagitannins that your body can transform into useful levels of ellagic acid. The very best way to get the ellagic acid is with extra fine ground raspberry seeds, combined with synergists. Stop Free Radical Cellular Damage Mutation of cells is often caused by free radical damage - they are responsible for much ill health, from common symptoms of aging, to potentially terminal cancerous diseases. The cells in your body are in a continual cycle of birth (replication) and death. This replication is naturally controlled to ensure no mistakes (cancerous mutations) occur prior to cell division. If mutations are detected, the cell is instructed to die or not reproduce, thus protecting us from cancerous growth. When cells ignore these signals, they become virtually immortal, reproducing