Looking for natural lung cancer prevention ideas? If so, discover and review with Dr. Dylan Foster of Post Chemo Nutrition as he reviews a study from the journal of Chest titled “N-Acetylcysteine for Lung Cancer Prevention”. See how N-Acetylecysteine (NAC) can possibly help and why he puts it in his Cell Revive Supplement kit for those that have been through chemotherapy or radiation therapy. to learn more and see more research articles please go to our page at https://www.postchemonutrition.com/cell-revive-research/ . For this research article link please visit https://journal.chestnet.org/article/S0012-3692(16)38220-4/fulltext
Hey, everyone. I’m back talking about lung cancer. That is our topic for this video series. Lung cancer, and as you know me or if you don’t know me, I like to relate natural studies and tests related to lung cancer on regarding prevention, on reduction and recurrence rates, potentially even during treatments in some cases and helping assist with treatments.
So again, today is on lung cancer. We’re discussing lung cancer related to a nutrient called N-acetylcysteine. I’m going to share my screen here for this case study and you’re going to see here. Let’s lower this. So here’s the study from the Journal of CHEST. It’s an official publication of the American College of Chest Physicians. This is a review of different information related to N-acetylcysteine for lung cancer prevention.
Lung cancer prevention. The reason I’m talking about it, as you know, is if you go … or don’t know, if you go to my website, I am the founder of postchemonutrition.com. My focus, passion and goal has been to spend… I’ve been spending the past 23 years in practice, trying to figure out how to help people naturally. I got out of school as a chiropractic physician, got into functional medicine and then nutritional oncology counseling. All these certifications and postdoctoral trainings I’ve had, have basically been thousands of hours of training on helping people understand how to heal their body better and use nutrition in conjunction with that.
A lot of you may not want nutrition, or like nutrition or believe in nutrition, that’s okay. This is a medical study, a review that is for everybody, can help anybody and everybody. That’s the key, is to help people. On my website, postcatheterization, I really only have two products because I found the two main things when somebody’s been through chemotherapy or radiation therapy, there’s really only two aspects that need to be used to help them get better.
One is to revive the cells with Cell Revive, which you’re going to see is a broad range of nutrients. And then toxins. You got to remove the toxins and get them out of the body. The problem is you can’t just move them around like most products do. You have to bind them, attach them and remove them from the body, eliminate them so they’re out of you.
Cell Revive is what we’re discussing right now and we’re talking about an ingredient in there called N-acetylcysteine. Here’s Cell Revive which is just basically, you can see here, it’s an AM and PM packet. Each packet contains an array of about six different capsules in it and each capsule has different nutrients in it. For example, we’re talking about N-acetylcysteine, which is in a couple of capsules right here. We got it right here and here.
N-acetylcysteine I’ve found is a very helpful supplement to help people feel better, but you can see there’s other nutrients in here. Here it’s mixed with glutathione and tons of nutrients. These are all designed to help you get and feel better because they work together. All of them are based off of studies, different studies I’ve gone through in all my trainings.
If you go to our home page, if you go to education, you scroll down to research and you click on read the research for Cell Revive, because that’s the one we’re talking about today, that’ll bring you to all the research pages. I’m going to show you all the research articles. This is the Cell Revive research page. And you can see, I base all of my ingredients off of a ton of research that I’ve done to justify why I put them in there to help you.
Unfortunately, because the research is thorough and ingredients are very good quality and they work; they’re expensive. But the fortunate part is, is that it’s not longterm. This is just until you feel better, which, how you know you feel better isn’t just going off of symptoms. But if you actually go off of our health quiz. If you go to our home page, we have a health quiz right here that I would like you to take. When you’re done here, go to our page, take this health quiz, see where you’re at. This helps me see and helps you see where you’re at on a scale. Just like any sporting event, you don’t know who’s going to win if you don’t know the score. You don’t know who’s winning if you don’t know the score.
For your health, it’s no different. I find a lot of patients will quit using their nutrition when they feel better symptomatically, and they start rebounding back to where they were and starting all over again. And that’s because they quit too early. This quiz kind of helps guide you in when you should quit taking the supplement, so you don’t quit too early. That’s on there.
Now, back to our research page. You’re going to see all the products. I have dozens, actually maybe over 100 different research articles in here. We’re talking about N-acetylcysteine. So I have to keep scrolling down until I get to that. You can see there is dozens, and dozens, and dozens and dozens of research articles I base my products off of. Now, here’s N-acetylcysteine. So we scrolled down all these studies on it and I got it, right? Oops, I thought I had it highlighted.
We’re dealing with N-acetylcysteine right now in regards to lung cancer. Talking about lung cancer, we’re going to get into that lung cancer here in just a second. I want to show you where the article is. Oxidative stress, down regulations. I know I just saw it a second ago. Pancreatic, prostate, human bladder, prevention of tumors and angiogenesis, cancer cells, resveratrol [inaudible 00:00:06:04]. I know it was right here. Glutathione, induce oxidative stress, liver cancer, mitochondrial, maybe it was under … [inaudible 00:06:20]. I’m sorry guys, I know it’s in here. So title of the article is N-acetylcysteine for Lung Cancer Prevention. So let’s see if I can find that.
N-acetylcysteine for Lung Cancer Prevention. I don’t know how I overlooked that. Too many research articles right here. So there it is. Sorry. If you go under N-acetylcysteine, about three quarters of the way down of the research articles is this one. So you can find it any time you want to read it for yourself. Now let’s get into the article finally. Okay. So here’s the article. I put it into a PDF form so I could highlight some of the key components. I’m going to expand it here so you can see it a little better. So I’m just going to go through each one here, going to making it quick, as fast as possible.
So lung cancer, just a little overview. Lung cancer remains an overwhelming oncological problem because of its high incidence, low surgical curability and the failure of conventional systematic treatments to cure it.
So in other words, lung cancer is very tough to deal with when addressing it. Lung cancer is not expected to decrease significantly during the next 20 years. That’s part of what this is; why they’re talking about this. Therefore it seems justified to develop and apply either preventative strategies, which is what we’re talking about today. One of the potential chemo preventative agents identified for lung cancer is N-acetylcysteine. They say it’s a drug that has been around in respiratory practice for more than 30 years. And this is a 1995 article, I believe. So that’s been around a long time. It’s been found to help with a lot of situations and health issues. And now they’re talking about its chemo preventative effects and helping people that have been through chemotherapy and prevent recurrence.
Right here it says N-Acetylcysteine has been shown not only to be an efficient antidote and acetaminophen poisoning. So in other words it helps if you’ve been poisoned, it helps heal you that actually hospitals will use that every time if you taken it too much aspirin. But also is being found to possess important chemo preventative properties.
Chemo preventative properties. All right, let’s go to the next page. And then there’s a rapid growing body of evidence that points to the antioxidant properties of thiels like, N-acetylcysteine and glutathione in preventing the progression of pulmonary injury in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease by blocking free radical reactions.
So N-Acetylcysteine works with glutathione, which in my product, I think I removed the product. I do have glutathione in our Cell Revive product as well because they work together. Problem with glutathione is it’s not super absorbable. So you need other precursors like N-Acetylcysteine to help it absorb. Oral N-Acetylcysteine mitigates aspirin induced liver and kidney damage if given within 10 hours. N-acetylcysteine turns out to be a safe agent. You see there’s a few basics, some digestive issues, if you take too much too long, but if you back off it instantly basically goes away. In clinical practice N-Acetylcysteine turns out to be an important adjunct to prevent toxic reactions of chemotherapeutic agents such as ISO or [inaudible 00:10:02] which is right here.
So basically what they’re saying is N-Acetylcysteine helps to work with these chemo therapy agents by helping basically reduce the toxicity of them and helping your body deal with them. So you can see it works right here. This is the poisons that it helps counteract if you will. And then also here’s some … I’m going to see if I can blow this up a little higher.
Here we go. So here’s some of the poisons that help being counteracted by N-Acetylcysteine, even mustard gas, which is actually … That’s where I believe a lot of chemotherapy agents were derived from, from historical perspective wise, but here’s some of the chemotherapy drugs right here. These three are chemotherapy drugs. And then of course you got aspirin; acetaminophen is aspirin. So you can see there are a few things that it helps with and helps with probably my guess is it will help with the side effects because it’s helping minimize the damage … free radical damage from these ingredients.
All right. So next page here. We’re almost there, almost done. Yeah. We’re at the end here. So we blow this up again. N-Acetylcysteine and reduced glutathione are typical examples of compounds that are expected to provide chemo preventative effects by multiple mechanisms and thus to protect against the broad range of mutagens and carcinogens.
So basically N-Acetylcysteine and glutathione also help with different toxins, carcinogens, right? Things that cause cancer and mutagens, things that convert into cancer components. Part of that’s DNA, which in here it talks about repair of DNA damage has also been found to be stimulated by things like N-Acetylcysteine and glutathione in experiments with culture hepatocytes; it’s in the liver there. Exposed to radiation and carcinogens and in different rats.
EuroScan. So this is a European study in EuroScan. It’s in Europe. They say that patients successfully treated for lung and head and neck cancers remain at significant risk for developing a secondary primary tumor. The reason I mentioned this, and they’re doing a long study with the N-Acetylcysteine right now … The reason I mentioned this is because we know that a lot of secondary cancers and tumors happen when you go through primary treatments.
So you may not die or have a relapse of the primary, but you can have a secondary that can be the culprit. So it’s important to focus on prevention. If you’ve been through it, life is precious. It’s very valuable. And we have a very limited window to stay on this planet and we want to maximize it. We want to enjoy it. We’ve got loving friends and family that we want to be around, things we want to do. So we really got to focus.
If you’ve been through chemotherapy, radiation therapy, really got to focus on prevention if you want to reduce these risks of secondary occurrences from happening. So I just highlighted the conclusion here, we’re at the very end now. So it says that it has become apparent from preclinical studies that N-Acetylcysteine exerts its chemo preventative effects by multiple mechanisms, and thus may provide protection against different mutagens and carcinogens in different stages of carcinogenesis. So basically they’re saying it helps prevent cancer from occurring and also reducing the spread of it and also stopping the spread of it. Let’s see, just one little bit of section here in the conclusion. We’re almost there. Trying to blow it up so you can see it.
This agent has been used again for over 30 years, has been turned out to be a safe agent with minor side effects, even when prescribed for long prolonged periods of time. If N-acetylcysteine holds its promise and turns out to be effective in preventing secondary primary tumors, preventing secondary primary tumors, how cool would that be? This drug is certainly a candidate to be used on a wider scale for pre chemo preventative purposes. Now N-Acetylcysteine is a nutrient that you can find pretty much anywhere. And it’s in our Cell Revive product obviously. We have it in here. Let’s pull this up. So you can see it’s in here, but it’s mixed with other nutrients to help maximize the absorption. So you can see all these nutrients are in here because they make it work better. And these are all based off of studies I have that also have chemo preventative effects and other benefits of health and healing and stuff like that.
So again, you can find all those in my research page, go through those if you want and spend the time like I did, which will take you probably years, but ultimately N-Acetylcysteine and this study right here has been found or is being found to potentially have some very strong chemo preventative benefits and antitumor secondary preventative benefits.
So that is why it is in our Cell Revive product. But I don’t want to claim that our Cell Revive product cures anything, we have not tested it. No supplements, FDA approved for those of you asking if it’s FDA approved. It is literally just nutrients I put together based off of research studies I found. And then I’ll let you use this as educational information to decide what’s best for you, what will work for you, what will help you get better? I get a lot of people saying, just do what your oncologist says, which was great. If it’s working, if it’s not working, maybe you might need to think outside the box and look for yourself to see how you can get and feel better, right? So that’s why I’m here.
I’m Dr. Dylan Foster; Post Chemo Nutrition. I want to thank you for being here, for watching this video today. Ultimately, we’re going to talk a little bit more about other cancers, so please stay tuned. Other videos I do. For now, God bless take care. And I’ll talk with you soon.