Black Raspberries as Treatment for Barrett’s Esophagus, Esophageal Cancer?

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In particular, animal models of esophageal cancer have suggested that black raspberries can decrease markers of oxidative stress and DNA damage…”

Twenty-plus years living with an incurable cancer has taught me that managing cancer or even a form of pre-cancer such as Barrett’s esophagus, is not about conventional therapies such as surgery, chemotherapy or radiation. Managing cancer is about living an anti-lifestyle.

Yes, a diagnosis of Barrett’s Esophagus (BE) is not cancer, it is a form of pre-cancer. While the risks are small, a diagnosis of BE does increase your odds of being diagnosed with esophageal cancer (EC).

 

An example of my anti-cancer lifestyle is my diet, supplementation, exercise, detoxification therapies and more. An example of an anti-cancer lifestyle for someone who has been diagnosed with Barrett’s esophagus is black raspberry powder. BerriHealth’s 100% Authentic Black Raspberry Powder to be exact. Stir some powder into your morning juice and you have taken a sort of non-toxic chemotherapy for your BE. You will reduce your risk of progressing to esophageal cancer.

I am both a cancer survivor and cancer coach. Have you been diagnosed with BE? To learn more about evidence-based, non-toxic therapies please scroll down the page, post a question or comment and I will reply to you ASAP.

David Emerson

  • Cancer Survivor
  • Cancer Coach
  • Director PeopleBeatingCancer

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Black Raspberries Slow Cancer By Altering Hundreds Of Genes

“New research strongly suggests that a mix of preventative agents, such as those found in concentrated black raspberries, may more effectively inhibit cancer development than single agents aimed at shutting down a particular gene. Researchers examined the effect of freeze-dried black raspberries on genes altered by a chemical carcinogen in an animal model of esophageal cancer…”

Black Raspberries May Inhibit Progression to Esophageal Cancer

“Dried black raspberries significantly reduce markers of oxidative stress in patients with Barrett’s esophagus…

Barrett’s esophagus, a complication resulting from chronic gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), is a premalignant condition associated with a 30- to 40-fold increased risk for the development of esophageal adenocarcinoma. This is a particularly deadly malignancy, with a 5-year survival rate of 15%. Patients with Barrett’s esophagus experience chronic injury insults to the esophagus, resulting in the generation of reactive oxygen species and oxidative stress responses in the tissue…

Finally, black raspberries are among the most extensively studied fruits in preclinical animal-based studies. In particular, animal models of esophageal cancer have suggested that black raspberries can decrease markers of oxidative stress and DNA damage…”

Black raspberries in cancer clinical trials: Past, present and future

“Black raspberries (BRB) inhibit a broad range of cancers in preclinical models, including in vivo models of oral, esophageal, colon, breast and skin cancer. Promising preclinical results have led to clinical evaluations in cancer patients or patients at increased risk for cancer development…

Research investigating BRB in clinical settings report positive effects on preneoplastic lesions or cancers of the oral cavity, esophagus and colon…

CONCLUSIONS

The precise dose, duration and optimum mode of BRB delivery for cancer inhibition remains to be fully elucidated. Common themes across studies support that BRB are anti-proliferative, anti- inflammatory, reduce oxidative stress and restore tumor suppressive activity. Future directions are included in the conclusions section…”

 

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Resveratrol is a potent inhibitor of JAK2, Pim1/2, S6K, and NLK

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