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Super foods are not a new concept in the health and nutrition world, but we are proud to create the term “super berries.”
What is a super berry?
Super berries contain high amounts of specialized nutrients and powerful antioxidants that create apoptosis (pronounced a-pop-toe-ses).
Apoptosis, often called “cellular suicide,” is a natural process creating the fine balance between cell death and cell renewal. It’s a crucial system used by the body to get rid of cells that are abnormal, mutated, or no longer function properly.
Cancer cells alter and grow in a way that avoids the self-destruction caused by apoptosis. Traditional forms of cancer therapies such as radiation, drug therapy, and chemotherapy can’t tell the difference between healthy cells and mutated cancerous cells – so all fast growing cells are destroyed, whereas apoptosis only targets cancerous cells.
Scientists have now discovered that certain super-foods and super berries can help prevent cancer and/or trigger natural cell death against cancer cells.
Since emerging evidence proves diet influences the cancer process before it begins, it is crucial you discover which foods can make a difference between preventing cancer or accelerating the spread of cancer.
The David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California studied extracts of six popular berries: blackberry, black raspberry, blueberry, cranberry, red raspberry, and strawberry for their ability to stimulate apoptosis of the COX-2 colon cancer cell line.
The researchers also evaluated these berries for the prevention of oral, breast, colon, and prostate cancer cell growth. They learned black raspberry and strawberry extracts had the most effective apoptosis-inducing effects.
Strawberries and raspberries – also contain a unique phytochemical called ellagic acid, which has the power to prevent skin, bladder, lung, esophagus, and breast cancers.
3 Apoptosis Inducing Super Berries That Target Cancer Cells
#1. Black raspberries – don’t let anyone tell you black raspberries are blackberries. They are not. The easiest way to differentiate between the two is where the stem attaches to the berry; black raspberries are hollow in the center like raspberries while blackberries have a white core. Black raspberries are rich in anthocyanins.
Studies have shown that this type of potent antioxidant found in berries, grapes, and red cabbage − give fruits and vegetables a blue, red, or purple color. These powerful compounds fight diseases caused by oxidative stress and free radicals including certain types of cancer, cardiovascular disease and chronic inflammation.
Cervical cancer is the second most common female cancer worldwide. One of the challenges in treating cervical cancer is that it is difficult to manage pre-invasive and invasive lesions. Recent studies from the College of Public Health at Ohio State University, Comprehensive Cancer Center in Columbus, Ohio, discovered that black raspberries prevent cervical cancer cell growth and tumor formation. Furthermore, they inhibit inflammation and induce apoptosis in esophageal and colorectal cancer tissues. Black raspberries also contain chemo preventive compounds, including: vitamins A, C, E, folic acid, ellagic acid, and quercetin that can help prevent strokes.
#2 Strawberries – The humble and widely loved strawberry has many benefits. Strawberries have proven to prevent heart attacks in women. In China, 36 participants at high risk for developing esophageal cancer ate strawberries for six months and researchers found that consuming strawberries prevented esophageal lesions from developing into tumors. What a powerful berry!
The volunteers drank freeze-dried strawberry powder mixed with water, since the freeze-dried process concentrates the benefits of the berries. Researcher Tong Chen discovered that 29 out of 36 participants had lesions revert from moderate to mild after six months of consuming two ounces of strawberries a day. The ellagic acid in strawberries deactivated specific carcinogens and decreased the replication of cancer cells.
#3 – Jamun berry (or Indian blackberry) – These juicy purple berries of the native Indian plant, Eugenia jambolana, known as Jamun, jambolan, or black plum are available in the United States, Florida, and Hawaii. The fruit has a sour-sweet taste and due to its tart nature, is usually eaten with a sprinkling of salt.
Traditionally Jamun is used in Ayurvedic medicine to treat digestive disorders, as an antimicrobial, and to control diabetes. Jamun is also a good source of potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, and vitamin C. The College of Pharmacy at the University of Rhode Island analyzed the extract of Jamun berries. They found it exhibited pro-apoptotic effects against breast cancer cells but not towards normal breast cells. This study reveals the potential benefits of Jamun berry extract against breast cancer.
Breast cancer accounts for more than 1 in 4 cancers diagnosed in women in the United States. Since the role of plant extracts are now emerging as equally effective therapies, these preventative strategies are definitely worth exploring as a safe and effective way to naturally prevent cancer.
These 3 powerful cancer-fighting berries are an essential part of your cancer prevention diet and have key nutrients that can reduce your risk of a stroke, prevent blood clots, and much more. Why not enjoy a bowl of these delicious berries right now?
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it’s nice !!! Now we know that berry have this much nutrition . THK U
LINA SENNOTT says
Where can I find these berries in California? I tried Googling them but no answers??..
I find it extremely odd that the berry known as; ” Amelanchier alnifolia, the saskatoon, Pacific serviceberry, western serviceberry, alder-leaf shadbush, dwarf shadbush, chuckley pear, or western juneberry, has not been included in the study at The David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California ?? This berry has been proven to have considerably more antioxidants and other nutrients then the “Blueberry”. When are scientist going to be conducting the research needed into this undiscovered natural berry ??
John Tod says
You’ll never see a study done by anyone on the cancer industry because it’s all natural, cannot be patented and no money can be made from its use. The cancer industry keeps itself in business by creating patients (customers) to grow it’s business model.
Steve Comer says
Roger, when will this sink in ?,
Terea M Moews says
So, how much of these berries do we need to eat for tumor death?
Mary Mapes says
Strawberries are #1 on the “dirty dozen” list. When you write about the benefits of certain foods to fight cancer, why aren’t you constantly promoting that these foods should be ORGANIC if at all possible? Eating non-organic strawberries, and other non-organic foods, especially those on the “dirty dozen” list just means you are putting a lot of poison in your body. Wouldn’t that negate the benefits of strawberries, for one, if they weren’t organic?? Please help me understand this. Thank you.
We always recommend eating organic food, as this is the one of the ways to avoid the harmful chemicals.
Donna Gill says
I’ll agree with Mary, that for the sake of those that don’t read TTAC or other literature promoting natural therapies regularly, it would be wise to mention this in each article, especially those recommending foods on the dirty dozen list.
Non-organic fruits and vegetables can be soaked in a solution of hydrogen peroxide, which, if soaked for the prescribed time period, neutralizes pesticide and herbicide residues as well as bacteria. Food-grade hydrogen peroxide is recommended.
Peggy Hanton says
I’d love more details on how to make the proper solution of hydrogen peroxide, and the amount of time required for soaking. Where is food-grade hydrogen peroxide available?
Also, are pesticides and herbicides are absorbed into the plant? Or do they remain on the surface?
Hi Peggy, food grade hydrogen peroxide [30% ] is available in health food stores, or online.Instructions to make 3 % solution is on the bottle. A few lines down, TedA explained the soaking of berries. Hope this helps.
Mary Mapes says
It doesn’t say anything in your article about eating organic (unless I missed it). When I “Share” your articles, people who aren’t aware of your recommendations on eating organic do not see that. That is my concern. I know it would be redundant to always include “organic” in every article, however it might really be helpful to those who just read one of your articles. Either way, thanks for all the info that you share! Have a wonderful day!
Jennifer Holman says
I had breast csncer 6 yrs ago and Dr’s have never told me what I should be eating and I have asked numerous times…My New Year resolution is to eat more healthy and get mire more exercise! I would appreciate any info you might provide me! Thanks in advance!!
Hi, my name is Gayle and I a natural medicine practitioner and strategist. I am also a proud HealingStrong group leader in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. I am chiming in to provide some resources. HealingStrong is a nonprofit cancer resource organization educating, connecting, and encouraging those seeking comprehensive, natural strategies to heal strong and stay strong! We are a proud supporter of TTAC and Ty and Charlene. Here is a link from the TTAC site that about HealingStrong https://thetruthaboutcancer.com/healing-strong/. I encourage you to purchase Ty and Charlene’s videos and learn materials. I use them with my clients and in my HealingStrong group. We have HealingStrong groups that meet throughout the United States and in other countries. Our groups meet monthly. The Baton Rouge, Louisiana group meets the 3rd Thursday of every month. Not everyone can attend a group for various reasons, so we provide a comprehensive self-study that is available for download online https://healingstrong.org/resources#. I agree with you that those of us in the industry should always emphasize that when we are talking about the health benefits of foods, we mean real food, in its natural form, not humanmade foods and that the reference is to ORGANIC fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts, and seeds. Because organic is our lifestyle, we do forget that not everyone eats organic. It posts like these that help us to be more mindful of the educational needs of others. Navigating a healthy diet, lifestyle, and healthy thought life can be challenging, but it can be done and done elegantly. As practitioners and holistic health leaders, we must remain teachable and coachable too. Thank you guys for being vocal about your needs. If you need any further support or information regarding locating a HealingStrong group near you, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Be Well friends and Heal Strong – Gayle
Joan Newton says
What about red raspberries? Are they less effective than black raspberries for fighting cancer? It’s much easier to find red raspberries in the stores here in So. California.
Thank you for this information!! I’m going to try to find all three of these plants and grow them in my backyard. 🙂
I don’t agree. Berries are banned on Gerson Therapy.
Audrey Gallagher says
Wait I thought sugar from fruit feeds cancer? I am very confused.
Dan Quixoté says
When natural fruit sugar (e.g. fructose) comes WITH the rest of the fibrous flesh of the fruit (organic of course) it can pretty much do no wrong. Our liver and other digestive processing apparatus love that, and know exactly what to do with those nutritive mixes. What we don’t want to do is to isolate and eat only the sugar itself, or drink just the fruit juice without the flesh (whole or pureed, it doesn’t matter). The one exception I am aware of is the modern domesticated species of watermelon, whose sugar-to-fiber ratio is just too high.
Karin Kruse says
You say these jamun berries are available in the US – could you give any links, also to the strawberry freeze dried powder mix? I live in a remote rural area with hardly any access to even organic strawberries for most of the year. I’m also wondering why you mention Florida and Hawaii separate from the rest of the US in regards to the jamun berry? Thanks for this info.
Maureen Keim says
Yes that would be very helpful for us people that just have time to say,read one article per month!! I also was trying to figure out if the strawberries meant organic or not,until I read the comments I found the answer there!
Guessing that blueberries are still on the list as well?
Kate Kytle says
I love this article! Strawberries are one of my very favorite foods, and a very powerful superfood. I live in an area where we are blessed to have a lot of organic strawberry farms, and when they are in season I buy as many as I can and eat them every day! Unfortunately we also have many, many that use very dangerous pesticides on their strawberries, so my advice to everyone is: ask before you buy!
We’ve recently been informed by our Personal Trainer and also read in a book recently to avoid fruit at all costs (especially fruit that is blended or pulped as this gets into your bloodstream much quicker) due to the high sugar content. Both resources have said “sugar is sugar” no matter if its natural (fruit, honey, etc) or processed or bleached. Both sources claim that is the body does not have sugar in it, then cancer cells cannot grow in the body. Yet, I read more and more on TTAC about eating sugar. Yesterday it was even mentioned that it was OK to put a bit of sugar in coffee! I’m so confused! Who is right and who is wrong? I have cut out sugar for nearly a whole year, not easy! But have recently been blending black seeded grapes with kiwi’s for my lunch for when at work but, my PT has said this is totally against what he believes. Please help! x
If you want to avoid sugary fruits, avoid bananas, melons, peaches, etc. These have a lot of sugar. Berries, especially black raspberries don’t have a lot of sugar.
Every expert seems to have a different opinion . A well known cancer expert TT Has his patients drink
Smoothies with lots of fruits and really promote fruit in diet . I am very confused
You might want to read the book Medical Medium by Anthony William. Just might stop the confusion.
Ginette Larocque says
Very interesting article. However, I wonder wher I could find “freeze-dried strawberry powder” or how I could make it. I live in Montréal, Canada Also, the article does not mention the quantity, nor the frequency. Is it only with the strawberries that it is best in powder?
As you can see, to me, the article is very interesting but incomplete.
I am in NC . Small town . No real health food stores Argus . Added could I find power with these berries ? Can they be ordered someone online ? Anyone have any idea ?
a lot of people cannot afford organic so what should they do? pls advise us. thx
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Suzanne Burston says
Where can Jamun Berries or Jamun Extract be purchased? I have checked several well known sites for supplements (Life Extension, Swanson, etc) with no success. I am in South Floridaand trying to get it for my sister who had Breast Cancer 4 yrs ago. Thank you, Suzanne B.
Is that true? How long if a “soak” to be effective?
To prepare a H2O2 soak, add 1/4 cup (59.15 ml) food-grade 3% H2O2 to a gallon (4L) cold water in a basin. Soak your items for 10 minutes, then rinse thoroughly in fresh cold water. It helps to use a weight to keep the items submerged, or, the items may be agitated while in the solution.
If your water is tap water , you are defeating your purpose in soaking the food !! And soak every piece of food is just beyond imaginable
I have read that frozen produce doesn’t have to be organic because of the process when picking and freezing. Does anyone know anything about that?
pesticides and other toxins are applied during the growing process..produce is pretty much fully developed when it is picked, still containing all the poison…freezing does nothing to reduce the chemicals. Organic produce is organic beginning from the seed..Why would freezing change anything??
Teresa Phipps says
I am very fortunate as black raspberries grow like weeds on our farm here in Iowa! We pick them every summer and freeze them to preserve for future use. Black raspberry pie is the best. I use little sugar when making the pies and even use organic sugar and gluten free crust!
David Niel Bagaus says
Strawberries grown conventionally have the highest concentrations of dangerous chemicals than any other fruit, as I discovered listening to a public radio broadcast regarding organic foods.
Teresa Phipps says
Please ignore my previous comment. I misread your statement. I apologize.
Dennise Waldron says
Thank you for the article. Anyone who is health conscious should know better than to eat non organic food!
You give out the information but leave it as to where to locate the berries. We all don’t live in Southern California! It’s very frustrating and exhausting on top of a financial strain to try to do everything when already sick. More stress which is worse than any chemical!!
TTAC Customer Support says
Thanks for your comment. I will suggest that we add this to the article to those who wrote it.
Exactly !! Michele !! If we didn’t need help for finding and affording healthy foods we wouldn’t be reading all this and trying to help ourselves. You could help by telling us WHERE to find these foods when we can’t grow or buy them locally
gravatar1265Jennifer, I’m unsure if you trainer has studied natural medicine, I’m somewhat surprised that people who have studied nutrition/food, believe that sugar is the same/has the same effect as sugars found in fruit and honey. They react different in the body. TTAC talk a little about this in their series and that the left spinning sugar molecules found in fruits/honey are not harmful like right spinning molecules in sugar. Re. blood sugar, the fibre in consuming whole fruits slows the sugar spike that occurs with fruit juices. I’m unsure how blended fruits affect blood sugar compared to whole fruits. Does your trainer have any links I could look at, please? Thank you.
Aria Zoner says
I eat like a bear when it comes to berries! Mushrooms, roots & flowers too!
It’s a shame that black currants were not tested, and I am certain they would score very high in many ways. It’s really too bad they are not more popular in North America, like they are in the UK and Europe. Re strawberries, commercial ones are apparently the most sprayed fruit you can buy — pesticides, fungicides, herbicides, you name it. So I think your advice to eat lots of them needs to be well tempered with a warning that they must be ORGANIC berries, otherwise you may be doing yourself more harm than good. All berries can be grown and harvested in your own garden, they grow on bushes and are quick to produce, and berries like blackberries are available in the wild, just be sure not to pick by roadsides where car pollution settles on them. Do frozen berries (as opposed to freeze dried) still contain the necessary ingredients your article is about? Because freezing is the best way to preserve them for consumption year round, rather than in sugary jams. But your research report doesn’t say anything about that.
The organic thing is also true for fruit and veggies for your smoothies, and for meat that you eat and make bone broth from. If it’s not organic, you are partly defeating the purpose, by introducing more toxins into your body. And I’m not willing to trust so-called “organic” fruit and veg that comes from Mexico and South America — who is actually policing their production??? And bone broth made from a store-bought, factory raised chicken will have bones and meat that contains various toxins they’ve been fed. So it scares me when foods recommended in the TTAC articles often don’t even mention the hugely important issue that they MUST be truly organic in origin! By the way, we make our delicious bone broth from lamb bones from sheep born and raised just down the road from us, who eat nothing but what they get in a well kept natural pasture.
True but most people on Gerson have other issues, digestive issues, they are already worn down form Chemo and radiation. It’s different than people who have never had any chemo or radiation and people that are preventing disease. Everyone is different.
I’m trying to follow Gerson protocol and I have breast cancer. My lump has been removed but I did not want chemo or radiation. They want you to drink 13 8oz glasses of green juice, carrot and green apple juice CECT, now I have to work, it’s only me I am having a hard time getting all this juicer down.
Ifor I become unemployed I can do it but I will not be able to afford it. This will force me to chemo.
I wish there was assistance for people like me
Sharyn Bruner says
So is fruit ok to eat ?? Even thought it has natural sugars like bananas, mangos and papayas ? I was told not to eat any tropical fruits due to the natural sugars stating sugar is sugar , natural or not ?? I am so confused on what to eat .also told not to eat fruit with protein so had to cut it out of my protein shakes . Now I have lost weight and I don’t need that .
Everyone can’t afford all organic foods and
You all seem to forget that not all of us live inactive after we can but organic everything let alone afford it
Go to a CSA. Learn to identify and weeds and wild foods. Grow vegetables, fruit and mushrooms. U pick organic and frozen are cheap. Look for solutions rather than excuses.
Don’t blame the messenger. They are making recommendations for your best health. You can also go to Environmental Working Group and see what foods are on the “clean” list that are not organic. Do the best that you can.
Donnella Buxton says
I was watch a vid on Mercola website how a man eat one pound of strawberries a day and cured his stage 2 oesophageal cancer.
I am too!!!
Something I’ve been wondering about:
Does freezing berries make them lose any of their natural cancer or disease fighting properties?
I learned in a raw culinary school that drying and freezing does alter the nutritional value some but still worth eating if it’s your only source. I’m single and if I find a great deal on fresh berries I will freeze half.
Every day, what you do affects the cancer cells in your body. If you’re over 35, you DO have cancer in your body. Berries and vegies make them die. Sugar, white flour, and cheap meat make them grow. Exercising, relaxing and connecting with others decreases them. Stress and sitting makes them grow. It’s your choice.
THrive is a delivery organic company.
CHRISTOPHER WOOD says
Is the 1,2,3 order of the berries indicate their relative strength of killing cancer cells? Great article and thanks for the tip on washing non organic fruit and veg in hydrogen peroxide.
It’s really quite easy if you soak multiple items at once. We do it all the time. Also, if you install a point-of-use water filter, you can enjoy very clean, chemical-free water from your kitchen tap.
Most of us can not afford to install any chemical free
Filter in our homes . They are expensive and when your
Energy is compromised due to health challenges .
The work to soak everything is just not possible and when you are alone with no help . People can’t imagine how hard
It is to just eat as healthy and clean as you can .
People seem to have no compassion and they sure won’t
Help if it cost them anything Time , energy ,money
That’s just not reality unfortunately . So we have to do the
Best we can and pray over everything
Barbara Jones says
Where do I find them in England
I suppose they can afford to get or stay sick then? Some options would be to grow your own or learn to forage for wild foods. Many berries like strawberries can easily be grown in pots even on balconies. Some wild foods like strawberries, raspberries, and blackberries are common even in big cities. Or as also mentioned by others you can wash regular berries with a 3% solution of hydrogen peroxide, will remove much of toxic pesticides.
I try to eat organic, but was told that organic means pesticides weren’t sprayed on the food. However, pesticides put into the soil, are not counted.
So am I buying organic & getting pesticides too?
Organic means the soil is organic as well. Where I live, food cannot be labeled organic until nothing has been sprayed on the land for 3 years. I live in Saskatchewan, Canada.
Too bad people don’t GET IT that many of us do not have the money or a place we can buy everythg organic . Good for those of you who can . You are blessed and hopefully you share your organic foods with those less fortunate
Many others are struggling with health challenges already
And do not have energy or space to grow their own .
Wow , this is sad ! People want to condemn those less fortunate ..someday even all your organic eating may not prevent some chronic or bad illness .
Dorothy Mae Cato says
I missed those condemning the less fortunate that Sharyn speaks of.
Not looking for excuses or i wouldn’t waste what energy I have reading your ugly replies . If I could grow my own I would . If I could afford to buy I would but I live in small town where we don’t have heath food stores . You need to think of others who are not as fortunate or healthy as you may be. Your not interested in helping . So don’t reply ! We who are already health challenged don’t need your rude comments we need people who care enough to help us find the best foods we can .
Marilyn Borch says
I am allergic to berries. I wondered if there are any other fruits that would be similar to the three mentioned in the article
I’m trying to eat organic I am going broke just trying to eat correctly.
I am trying to use Holistic, wellness, natural infusions to beat my breath CA. I see why people go to Chemo. All of these confusion of what protocol to use. The folks from Gerson will not call me back. I am just overwhelmed.
I pray I do not die from breast cancer brcause trying to do the natural way is killing my pocket book. And I feel like am getting no where. The cost is astronomical and insurance will not cover supplements.
Just do the best you can. That is all anyone can do, right? Maybe find a local farmer to help you with getting a better diet.
john tanner says
If it grows in nature we have evolved over thousands of years by consuming the vegetables and fruits. The fiber is important to control absorption of sugar and nutrients. The reason sugar in fruit is healthy results from slowing down absorption with fiber. Fiber is key component for sugar, slowing down absorption and preventing hypoglycemia. Wash with reverse osmosis water in small amount of rx hydrogen peroxide when you bring produce home. Fill up sink and wash before placing in refrigerator. Wash everything because toxic waste comes from workers and equipment in the harvest process(organic & farmed). Don’t believe the signs in the grocery? Is it really organic??
I recommend having I.V. chelation therapy every six months to assist in detoxing the body from all environmental toxins. Every American has exposure to over 126 chemicals daily. We have 3 med.clinics locally now that offer chelation and myers vitamin C therapies. After years of following this regiment I detox completely and enjoy consuming any and all produce on my Paleo based diet.
I thought glyphosate lived in the soil for 300 years. Glyphosate is like an antibiotic and kills the good/bad bacteria in the gut. 3 years to be labelled organic sounds not right.
Jill Kaplan says
You know Valori, you have a great suggestion here. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if your insurance company said “Well Valori you will save us hundreds of thousand of dollars by not getting chemo and radiation, so we would be pleased to give you the funds for your green juice”. Gosh how could we make this ever happen? I will keep you in my prayers for your cancer to be gone forever, good for you not to poison your body with the drugs. Best EVER to your health, May God Bless You.
P.S.Sometimes if you take the juice through a large straw it will help with you getting this juice down.
Dan Quixoté says
I don’t doubt it. Can you share the link? I did a search and it didn’t turn up.
Sharyn, I understand what you are saying. My grandmother had a garden and we had a strawberry patch, grapevine, walnut tree in the backyard. She didn’t use chemicals at all. So when I moved out what I did was brought some large planters and I have been growing strawberries, black berries, tomatoes on my balcony of every apartment I have lived in. I live in Texas and it is easy to do now. Peppermint spray keeps away the insects and no critters pretty much can get to them. You can also use netting over them. I am a single mother and I do work, but there is nothing like the real organic taste. And really I will grow what I feel like for the season. I’ve grown tomatoes, cabbage and I love carrots. And you should be able to find planters pretty cheap. I hope this helps.
Lori Meier says
In your first series, you showcased a couple that started a company with a series of products that had a superberry blend shake. I cannot remember the name of the company. Can you send it to me?
Ibrahim Adejare says
This article is thought provoking and it’s very good. Please post more of it to save life’s Thank you.