Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Cut Risk of Breast Cancer with Grape Seed Extract

GRAPE seed extract is being prescribed as a new way of lowering the risk of breast cancer in post-menopausal women.

Women have been taking the extracts for three months in a clinical trial, with regular blood tests to spot changes in levels of hormones and other compounds which could indicate a reduction of risk.

Just how it works is not clear, but one theory is that it may lower levels of the hormone oestrogen, which is implicated in some breast cancers. The grape extract may work in a similar way to the breast cancer drugs known as aromatase inhibitors, which interfere with the body's ability to produce oestrogen. BUY YOUR GRAPE SEED EXTRACT OR JUST LEARN MORE ABOUT IT'S CURING POWERS



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