Ground Flaxseed Recommended for Prostate Cancer Found in Easy to Use Fiber Therapy MetaCleanse Colon Cleanse
A recent study at The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center indicates that ground flaxseed, the primary ingredient in MetaCleanse colon cleanse (www.MetaCleanse.com), reduces the spread of prostate cancer when used prior to prostate cancer surgery.
The study from the Division of Cancer Prevention and Population Sciences at M. D. Anderson Cancer Center suggests flaxseed may protect against the development of prostate cancer, which affects one of six men during their lifetime. The M. D. Anderson study showed participants on a flaxseed-supplemented diet for an average of 30 days had cancer proliferation rates significantly lower than the control group who followed their usual diet. Flax seed is the primary ingredient in MetaCleanse colon cleanse, an easy to use fiber therapy developed by Solana Systems. According to Lynnette Brooks of Solana Systems, “The benefits of flaxseed are boundless.”
Two studies at Duke University also showed that diets supplemented with flax seed inhibited the development of prostate cancer in mice genetically engineered to develop prostate cancer and indicated flaxseed-derived lignans blocked the growth of three distinct human prostate cancer cell lines. Flaxseed is the best-known dietary source of lignans and has at least 75 times more lignans than any other plant food.
MetaCleanse is available on the Internet at www.MetaCleanse.com and from finer health food stores and health spas.
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