Fighting back against serious metabolic conditions

There are several natural substances that have been shown to improve the life span of animals.  These have been combined into LongevityPRO™ so that individuals can take advantage of their protective qualities.

Thomas Seyfried book ‘cancer as a metabolic disease’ describes the common relations between various types of cancers and notes that they are metabolic in nature. There are many others who now view cancer as a metabolic disease.

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It makes sense that tumors proliferate inside a body that is ‘out of hormonal balance.’ It can become a complex subject to try to identify all the triggers- whether they be from ‘bad’ genes, poor dietary choices, high and long-term stress or accumulated toxins, and the various combinations of them etc. However, the problems always tend to start when the following conditions arise in unison.

  1. Cancer cells prefer acidity to alkalinity: So, one needs to readdress this balance towards an alkaline state. This is managed principally through dietary changes, there are plenty of good information choices available on this topic.
  2. Cancer cells love sugar: This is obvious, especially when one considers that (for example), a PET scan utilizes radioactive material (called tracers) laced with sugar. Tumors shows up the scan because tumors are the first to absorb the sugar and therefore the tracer highlights their size and position. Low sugar diets are an easy thing to recommend and perhaps harder for some to undertake, but there is no doubt that low sugar diets are beneficial across the board for health. In severe cases getting into a ketogenic state is advisable.
  3. Cancer cells dislike oxygen: Exercise is an obvious benefit to help oxygenate the blood; certain foodstuffs can aid here too, i.e. green vegetables since they are high in chlorophyl which is oxygenated.

When one searches outside of the ‘mainstream’ then there is a wealth of information available and there are many choices when it comes to preventing or supporting various cancer states. These are well-documented and include approaches such as heat therapies, specialist agents like amygdalin/ laetrile, (found principally in apricot kernels and almonds) and high doses of IV vitamin C and various detox programs such as the Gerson therapy etc. People need to be aware beforehand that there are many proven choices beyond the orthodox choices of chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery. People should also be aware that those regular kinds of approaches can do plenty of harm all by themselves

Of course, the best approach is to avoid/ prevent the ‘big C’ in the first place. Those three points listed above are a great place to start and now LongevityPro™ has been designed as an all-natural supplement to help support persons concerned with this metabolic disorder.


Let us look at the individual ingredients in LongevityPro™ and see how they may be helpful.

Coriolus versicolor (mushroom extract)

This Chinese mushroom is noted to potentiate and stimulate innate immunity by enhancing the cytotoxicity of natural killer cells and thereby it can inhibit the metastasis, (movement from one tissue to another) and the local proliferation of tumor cells.



This well-known flavonoid is a compound found in red grapes and it is noted as an antioxidant that forms a major part of the so-called ‘French paradox’. It inhibits platelet aggregation thereby improving blood flow/ supply and at the same time has useful anti-inflammatory actions.

There have also been studies that have shown resveratrol to reduce insulin resistance and prevent abnormal estrogenic action. Both these actions can be useful adjuncts in certain kinds of carcinogenic conditions.



Carnosine is a di-peptide, (that is two conjoined aminoacids) and it is found naturally in dark chicken meat, plus it is found in dark green leafy vegetables.

Most of its published studies show how effective an anti-glycation substance it is, this means it can reduce cell damage and prevent against mutagenic (cancer forming) cells. In addition, its anti-neoplastic properties make it a potentially beneficial agent for use in cancer prevention.

Carnosine has immune boosting properties by stimulating maturation of immunocompetent cells and reducing inflammation. Furthermore, it aids against radiation damage by both preventing damage and reversing the post-radiation syndrome.



This flavonoid, (which is prominent in the Passionflower) can enhance TNF (Tumor Necrosis Factor) and therefore it becomes cytotoxic to cancer cells. It could be thought of as a ‘natural chemo’ agent. In addition, it prevents abnormal hormone action, binds to estrogen receptors, and alters several hormone metabolism pathways. It is also recorded as helping to normalize testosterone and other related androgenic factors.



Curcumin is the active extract from the popular Indian herb of turmeric. It is noted as a potent antioxidant and has significant anti-inflammatory actions. It too can improve insulin resistance and it has been studied and found to reduce cancer cell proliferation and metastasis in-vitro.


EGCG (green tea extract)

EGCG stands for epigallocatechin gallate, it is the principal active agent within green tea. Whilst it is noted for its antioxidant abilities, it has been shown both in-vitro and in-vivo studies to have anti-cancer activity.


DIM (di-indolyl-methane)

DIM is an extract from cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, Brussel sprouts and cabbage etc. It has potent anti-estrogenic effects by helping the body to excrete excess estradiol via urination. This action can provide protection in several conditions and it goes onto inhibit the adhesion, motility, and invasiveness of cancer cell lines.



This is another prominent flavonoid found in grapes that induces cell apoptosis. This trigger for cell death is useful in senescence, (the removal of dead cells). Quercetin is also noted as an antioxidant that has an ability to stabilize both basophils and mast cells. Additionally, it can reduce cholesterol and in-particular the ‘worst’ kind of cholesterol which is LDL.



Selenium is known to be a significant stimulator/ modulator for the immune system and has shown to have anti-cancer properties in both in-vitro and in-vivo studies. It is also quite well-known that cancer patients appear to have low blood plasma levels of selenium therefore supplementation can be recommended. Another significant factor for selenium’s beneficial actions may be related to its ability to ‘deactivate’ mercury by binding to it.



Phosphatidylcholine is a component of cell membranes and it used to treat cancer (and arteriosclerosis). It influences programmed cell death, and it appears that cancer cells are particularly vulnerable to this substance since phosphatidylcholine can penetrate through their fatty membrane sheath that surround them.



Phosphatidylserine is an important agent that can be made inside the body but is mainly obtained via food. It has widespread functions in the body since it is part of the inner cell membrane structure and it is a key in the maintenance of healthy cellular function.



As one can see, LongevityPro™ is a very comprehensive all-natural supplement that does away with the need to open several bottles to glean the benefits of nature’s protective agents.



For those with concerns, the recommended dose of LongevityPro™ is 1 capsule three times a day. For those who have a need to support an active/ ongoing regime, then the dose should be increased to 2 or 3 capsules three times a day.

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