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Woman Stuns Researchers by Overcoming Cancer with Turmeric Spice

Anthony Gucciardi
NaturalSociety
July 8, 2012

While expensive cancer drugs linked to premature death and mega-tumors are pushed by many mainstream doctors as the only option outside of chemotherapy, a growing number of informed individuals are consistently opting to instead utilize natural methods that are known to conquer cancer cells and effectively negate the disease — without harsh side effects. One such person, Vicky Stewart of Britain, chose such a path when she refused mainstream medical cancer treatments and instead began consuming powerful turmeric spice.
Despite excessive warnings from MD's who insisted that Vicky would surely not recover using superfoods that are commonly touted as `woo' and `ineffective medicine' by pharma-backed doctors, Stewart found amazing success by altering her lifestyle and taking in extra amounts of supefoods like turmeric each day.

Stewart recalls to The Telegraph how her doctor repeatedly voiced concern over switching to a healthy diet full of turmeric to fight the cancer (one of many turmeric health benefits), telling her that it would do virtually nothing:

"The doctors absolutely will not say that the diet is going to do anything to help the cancer in any way."

Four years later, she is still cancer free with no signs of it coming back. At the age off 44, Stewart is now the center of a major research project led by scientists who are downright fascinated by what she has done.
Research Shows Turmeric Spice is a Natural Cancer Fighter
While it is indeed fascinating, it should come as no surprise that Vicky healed herself naturally using turmeric and other lifestyle changes. In fact, copious amounts of research highlight the anti-cancer properties of turmeric (in many cases due to it's active compound curcumin), and countless individuals have used it to aid themselves in the fight against many diseases.
Not only has peer-reviewed research by the UCLA shown that turmeric can naturally block the growth of cancer cells, but in more than 9 studies it was revealed that turmeric can reduce tumor size by a whopping 81%. And this is just the tip of the iceberg. So why is it so fascinating that a spice that has been used for thousands upon thousands of years by many South Asian and Middle Eastern countries as a `heal-all' substance can actually stop cancer naturally?
As Stewart explains, turmeric has a unique ability (along with other great superfoods) to essentially cause cancer to regress in a number of ways. As she puts it, it essentially caused the cancer cells to `commit suicide'. Stewart explains to The Telegraph:

"Turmeric kind of makes cancer cells commit suicide and ginger and garlic are great to cook with."

Mainstream Health Organizations, Doctors Continue to Ignore the Evidence
Even in the face of such overwhelming evidence (whether it be studies that have been available for decades, stories like those of Stewart's, or the prominent role of turmeric in multi-national cultures), mainstream health organizations and traditional medical doctors continue to cling to radiation and dangerous cancer drugs as the only possible option to `treating' cancer. Just as Stewart's doctor warned her that diet would do virtually nothing despite saving her life and eliminating cancer from her body completely, these individuals will continue to assert that all alternative medicine is a joke.
In the same vein, cancer researchers will continue to be paid by charity walks and expensive non-profit events to `find the cure' through invasive surgeries and pharmaceuticals. Turmeric, a dirt cheap alternative along with other nearly-free suprfoods, are blatantly ignored as they cannot be patented and sold through Big Pharma's proverbial commodity gates. Thankfully, millions worldwide are waking up to this `old paradigm' of health full of pharmaceuticals, surgery and sickness. In turn, they are utilizing life-saving techniques and foods to further their health without sacrificing both their finances and their health

sweetpleasure sweetpleasure 36-40, M Jul 11, 2012

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