Vitamin E from Seeds Kills Cancer Cells

February 18th, 2013 by Dr. Keith Nemec

Vitamin E from seeds, but not supplements, might halt the growth of prostate and lung cancer cells, scientists at Purdue University reported.

Walnuts, pecans, sesame seeds, as well as sesame oils, have gamma-tocopherol, which kills human prostate and lung cancer cells in lab cultures. The vitamin’s presence interrupts the synthesis of certain fatty molecules called sphingolipids in the cancer cells but leaves healthy human prostate cells unaffected.

The compound is not found in manufactured vitamin supplements, the scientists said. Supplements contain only alpha-tocopherol, a different form of vitamin E that alone does not have anti-cancer properties.

– National Academy of Science.

Dr. Keith and Laurie Nemec Comments on Vitamin E from seeds

The moral of the story is this–God made is always far better than man made.  Vitamin E from sesame seeds kills cancer cells in prostate and lung cancer in lab cultures.  Supplemental Vitamin E does not kill the cancer cells.

Why is this so?  Because a seed is the container of life which has not only the most natural, absorbable vitamins, minerals, and phytochemicals but also, if it is not heated/cooked, it contains the two most powerful components of food–bioelectricity and enzymes.  Both are critical for life, health and healing.  This can be seen when they feed baby cows cooked (pasteurized) milk.  The baby cows die in 30 days.  When heat is applied over 105 degrees Fahrenheit, it destroys all enzyme activity and bioelectricity.  So the best choice is always plant food that is living/raw (uncooked).  How many animals eat cooked, bioelectrically devoid, enzymeless, dead food–only two.  Your dogs and cats and they get the same diseases you do.

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