• Evidence That Peaches Could Inhibit Breast Cancer Spread

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    Breast cancer is the most prevalent form of cancer affecting women in the United States claiming as many as 40,000 lives as of 2010. Although risks of acquiring the disease go up by age, you may be at an advantage if you love to eat peaches as the fruit appears to contain substances that can reduce your risks of developing breast cancer. Researchers conducting experiments on mice observed that phenolic compounds, which can be found in peach extract can inhibit breast cancer metastasis, the development and spread of cancer to other parts of the body which occurs in up to 10 percent of all breast cancer cases, showing promise that the natural compound may be utilized to lessen the risk of breast cancer and metastasis.

    Natural Health News — New research has shown that peach extract contains substances that could help stop  breast cancer metastisis.

    Lab tests performed at Texas A&M University’s AgriLife Research unit found that the the mixture of phenolic compounds in the peach extract are responsible for halting the spread of the cancer to other sites in the body.

    These findings were published in the Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry.

    The scientist studied an aggressive type of breast cancer cell implanted in mice and found an inhibition of metastasis in those animal consuming the peach extract.

    According to lead author Dr. Luis Cisneros-Zevallos, a food scientist for AgriLife Research in College Station. “…after determining the dose necessary to see the effects in mice, it was calculated that for humans it would be equivalent to consuming two to three peaches per day.”

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