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Vinegar and Fructose as Weapons Against Cancer


GREENWICH, CT -- 04/12/2005 -- Acetic Acid is a natural ingredient found in all vinegars. The human body derives more than 80 percent of all its energy from acetic acid, which is an immediate product of the normal metabolism of all fats and carbohydrates.

What’s interesting about acetic acid is that it is detrimental to cancer cells. Therefore, while acetic acid fuels normal cells, it helps starve cancer cells to death because of the following reasons: In 1964, Dr. Williamson reported that acetic acid inhibits an energy producing process in cells called Glycolysis. In 1984, Drs. Anderson and Gridges confirmed the earlier work of Dr. Williamson. Thus, acetic acid blocks the glycolic process.

It has been found that cancer cells, because of their metabolic nature, derive most all of their energy from Glycolysis. Therefore, logic dictates that if you shut down Glycolysis with acetic acid, cancer cells will die from starvation.

Citric Acid can also shut down Glycolysis. Review of Physiological Chemistry (page 370, 1979). For this reason, citric acid is a key component of our biological protocol, Controlled Amino Acid Therapy (CAAT) for the treatment of cancer. Citric Acid is readily converted into acetic acid in the body and when combined, prove to be valuable weapons in fighting cancer.

Vinegar is a natural source of acetic acid and is also included in CAAT to help kill cancer cells. Textbooks inform us that the sugar called Fructose is converted by the liver into both acetic acid and citric acid, thereby shutting down Glycolysis. (Biochemical & Physiological Aspects of Human Nutrition, 2001 pg. 167) Both are components of the CAAT protocol.

In conclusion, acetic acid and citric acid help kill off cancer cells by inhibiting the process called Glycolysis. Vinegar and Fructose are natural sources of citric and acetic acids and powerful weapons in fighting cancer.

For additional information on bio-nutritional cancer fighting protocols, visit or call toll free 877-661-2228 or write A.P. John Institute for Cancer Research, 67 Arch Street, Greenwich, CT 06830.


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