Cancer is arguably the deadliest sickness out there. Despite the advancements of modern technology, there are still people who lose their lives to this deceptive killer.
However, that may all change. The Alternative Daily reported that a particular fruit could prevent the growth of cancer-causing cells in the body.
According to them, a study conducted in 2013 discovered that golden berries — also known as cape gooseberries — have anti-hepatoma and anti-inflammatory effects.
These allegedly prevent the growth and spread of cancer-causing cells in the body.
The source cited that these golden berries contain a substance called Hydroxywithanolide E. Apparently, research shows this substance was “very effective” in preventing genetic mutations in the DNA of cells in the lungs.
Cancer cells are known to multiply and flood the human body with abnormal cells, leading to the development of tumors.
In addition, they also reported that the fruit, mainly due to the presence of Hydroxywithanolide E, can reduce the damage taken by DNA (most likely from the cancer cells). This may be used as a safe and natural alternative to chemotherapy.
Artificial chemotherapy agents tend to do serious harm to the individual while killing cancer cells and tumors. With golden berries, this effect will be non-existent.
Remedies and Herbs also attested that golden berries contain antioxidants which can “protect against the harmful effects of free radicals and suppress the growth of tumors.”
In addition, they also said that it contains withanolide, which allegedly prevents the deterioration of cells and slows the growth of cancer-causing cells.
It is important to note that these findings are still unverified by any reputable medical publication and therefore, may not necessarily state factual statements.
Do you like eating golden berries? Do you know anyone else who likes eating golden berries? You may want to consider exploring its alleged benefits!
Let us know what you think of this medical breakthrough in the comments section below!
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