Discover with Dr. Dylan Foster of Post Chemo Nutrition as he once again reviews another medical study from the Molecular Medicine Reports titled “Antitumor effect of resveratrol on chondrosarcoma cells via phosphoinositide 3-kinase/AKT and p38 mitogen-activated protein kinase pathways”. See how resveratrol may play a huge role in treating and preventing Chondrosarcoma and other cancers from this overview of this study. To see this study please visit https://www.spandidos-publications.com/10.3892/mmr.2015.3683 . See how resveratrol not only plays a role in cancer prevention but also in treatment.
Chondrosarcoma. That is our topic again today. Chondrosarcoma. And the question is: does resveratrol play an important role in helping prevent or even reverse chondrosarcoma? Resveratrol, if you don’t know, is a natural food found in things like grapes. We’re going to discuss that topic today from our regular researched article. I’m going to share my screen here.
Those of you that know, we regularly share a journal article on a weekly basis. Actually, a few times a week I’m doing this … on different topics related to cancer and something natural that has been found to help that cancer. Today’s topic is from the Molecular Medicine Report Journal, and it is titled ‘Antitumor effect of resveratrol on chondrosarcoma cells via phosphoinositide 3-kinase/AKT and p38 mitogen-activated protein kinase pathways.’ So, basically just different pathways that help and affect the chondrosarcoma cells from staying alive, splitting, and reproducing and regenerating, or not.
The reason I’m talking about resveratrol in today’s topic … For those of you that don’t know me, my name is Dr. Dylan Foster. I am the developer of Post Chemo Nutrition, or founder. I’ve been practicing since 1997. I graduated from Chiropractic College [Life West 00:01:36]. Since then, I have spent my entire adulthood doing nothing but intensive training and research in the field of health and nutrition. Specifically, I got certified into the world of functional medicine, and oncology nutritional counseling, and doctorate of pastoral medicine certification.
The reason for that is because I love learning. I love trying to figure out how to help people get healthier. I’m not so much interested in the side of what drugs suppress what condition better, how the drugs work, what surgeries work. I’m more on the side of how do we make ourselves healthier to repair ourselves from the inside out? What nutrition do we use? What lifestyle should we be focusing on? What foods should we be eating, and exercises … regimens that we should be doing?
That’s why I got Post Chemo Nutrition here, because I provide a lot of that information for people. But the reason for it is because of 20 some years of practicing, I started seeing more, and more, and more cancer survivors coming in to see me that just felt terrible. They had no life, no vitality. We needed to find a way to help them get better. That’s why we focused on natural means. After so many people seeing that they just weren’t getting help from their oncologist on this topic, I decided I’m going to form Post Chemo Nutrition. I’ve only made two products here called Cell Revive and Bindatox, because are the two main ones to help people get better. I’ll be working on a brain one here soon. But these products take years to make, and they’re very expensive because of the quality I get. It’s hard to find that quality out there because I want it to work. Unfortunately, I can’t use cheap ingredients.
The reason I’m talking about today’s topic for resveratrol and dealing with chondrosarcoma is because our Cell Revive product … I’m going to click on Cell Revive here, is a kit. It’s got different packets in there, AM and PM. You can see here. Each packet has different pills in it, and each pill is a different pill … which if we look at one of the ingredients parts of the box label, we can see we have resveratrol right here in Mito Cell, and we also have Inflam Redux. Those are our two products that have resveratrol in it, so you’re getting it each capsule a couple of times a day.
Now, with that being said, if we go to our website again and we go down to research, and we click on research, we’re going to be brought to this page right here. On this page, we’re going to click on … because we’re talking about two ingredients that are in Cell Revive. A foundational product. We’re going to go down and click that. If I click on it, it’s going to go to this page here. It goes to this page.
As you can see, I made … I’m going to stop this here. I made my products in Cell Revive … the ingredients are in there because of the research I’ve done over the past couple of decades to see what helps people get and feel better the quickest. These are all scientific studies, and medical books, and journals. You can see there’s dozens, if not over a hundred, different studies here. But we’ve got to scroll down to the one that resveratrol is in, which is in Mito Cell. I’ve got to keep scrolling down. There’s a lot of studies here, people. This is good though. You want something based off of studies.
Keep going. Keep it going. There’s Mito Life. Mito Cell. Okay. So, here’s Mito Cell. We’re going to keep scrolling down. About halfway down into Mito Cell, we can see the topic of today’s article or topic. The article of today’s topic. Antitumor effects of resveratrol. Chondrosarcoma cells. That’s what we’re talking about today. You can go to the article here. I happen to have it up here, so I just wanted to highlight some of these points. I’ll also place the article underneath the description of this video. But we’ve already talked a few times about chondrosarcoma, and I’ve talked about how PQQ has been found to help reverse and fight chondrosarcoma. It’s something natural, again, as well as curcumin. Then now we’re talking about resveratrol.
These are all natural ingredients, and all these ingredients are in Cell Revive. You can see Cell Revive has a lot of ingredients in there, because all of them have been found to work to basically provide optimal benefits and health changes. I just like to go over the main highlights of this article from Molecular Medicine Reports, and we’re going to start with the abstract here. Cut to it quickly here.
It says, “To the best of our knowledge, the present study showed for the first time that resveratrol inhibited proliferation and induced apoptosis in chondrosarcoma cells in a dose dependent manner.” That basically means you have to take enough for it to work, and it helps chondrosarcoma cells kill themselves and stop from spreading. That’s what that means. Resveratrol also suppressed chondrosarcoma cell invasion in a dose dependent manner. So, kept them from invading other tissues too. Not just from the cell spreading, but also invading other tissues. Again, dose dependent manner.
In conclusion of this part, it says, “The study suggests that resveratrol may serve as a promising agent for the treatment of chondrosarcoma.” Again, if you know me and you’ve seen my other articles, I can tell you with pretty strong confidence … Unfortunately, I feel this way. I wish I did not. But even though we’re seeing all these studies, and you can see my page of tons of studies, the medical community doesn’t really incorporate natural stuff in their treatment protocols. They like to stick to surgery, radiation, or chemotherapy.
Now, other countries incorporate a lot of these natural processes and nutrients, but not so much in the U.S. I don’t know if it’s a money thing. And it might be, because I know it’s very expensive to run these clinics. I also know that the doctors that are taught what to do are taught pretty much the same principles in medical school from, unfortunately, the books that are funded by pharmacology or from pharmaceutical companies. Of course, they’re not going to teach them about natural stuff because they make billions of dollars every time they use their medications or protocols.
I don’t foresee us having a lot of use in the natural world here in the U.S. Plus, even though resveratrol … any health food store, doctors don’t really want something like that. I mean, some doctors do. I can’t be clumping them all in the same. I apologize for that. I do love oncologists. I do respect them immensely. The training they go through is intense. And as much schooling as I’ve been in, I know what they’ve been through. We just have different focuses. Their focus is on treating. My focus is on healing. Nothing wrong with the two, especially when you combine them. That’s what I like about when you work with integrated oncologists, combining both protocols sometimes.
Again, let’s go back into this article. I’ll get off my soap box here now. I’m just going to review a couple of parts of this article from this research page here. Chondrosarcoma is one of the most common types of primary bone cancers that develops in cartilage cells. Surgical resection is the most successful method. Surgery, right? We’ve got to cut it out to treat it. [inaudible 00:09:19] such as radiation and chemotherapy are limited. In other words, they don’t help much, which we’ve talked about other articles stating the same thing. Unfortunately, also say that surgery has a high rate of recurrence rates and complications associated with it. Lifelong sometimes from the last research article we read. Unfortunately, prognosis in patients with chondrosarcoma remains poor according to this article.
Like they talked about, they’re trying to find natural things that can be more beneficial with less side effects. On the other product, we were talking about … I think they were saying PQQ get dose dependent. You have to get enough dosage in, but no side effects, which is awesome. Resveratrol, that’s a natural … it’s called a polyphenol. It’s found in a lot of different fruits and vegetables, but especially in grapes. You get it when you drink wine. Not that I want you out drinking a bunch of wine. But it has been demonstrated that resveratrol has a suppressive effect on various types of human malignancy. It’s not just what we’re talking about here today with chondrosarcoma [inaudible 00:10:31] things, but other malignancies as well. You have talks about helping with gastric cancers. It helps with self proliferation in chondrosarcoma cells. More here later. I’m jumping ahead of myself.
So, gastric cancer. Gastric cancer. I think I have some research articles on gastric cancer being helped through some natural products or ingredients on our website page. “Present study aimed to investigate the effects of resveratrol on cell proliferation, spreading apoptosis, the destruction and invasion of chondrosarcoma cells.” Let’s scroll down, just kind of get a few more highlights. I thought this was kind of interesting. Statistically, it is what it is. Resveratrol inhibited … so, they tested two cells, the JJ012 and the SW1353 in this study, which are the two … those are the main ones they use in tests and case studies of cancer cells.
What they found is it is dose dependent. You got to get enough in. They found that on the JJ012 cells, there was a notable decrease in cell growth from 82.4% cell growth down to 44.3. The cancerous cells slowed down. Didn’t get rid of it. Didn’t cure it. Didn’t prevent it. Didn’t stop it, but it did slow down dramatically. Imagine when you combine that with other methods, right? Maybe we just get better results. Anyway, that’s my opinion. Back to the study.
Also, they found in the SW cells that they had a decrease from 88.5 to 65.3. Not as significant, but still pretty significant. Still helpful, right? Then they found the apoptosis, which is the destruction of cancerous cells, was notably increased from 3 to 11%, almost 12% compared to untreated cells. Let’s see. Resveratrol induced chondrosarcoma cell apoptosis is what it’s saying there, which is what I just said. On the resveratrol for 24 hours, they found a significantly decrease in dose dependent matter on cell invasion. So, cell invasion, dose dependent … in 24 hours cell invasion decreased. Doesn’t say how much. I’m sure it says in here more detail, but we don’t want to spend hours on this. But it’s good. It decreased the dose dependency. That’s awesome.
Also, resveratrol also has an inhibitory effect on chondrosarcoma cell invasion. Again, it’s saying it helps inhibit cell invasion into other tissues and cells. Resveratrol has been demonstrated to suppress the proliferation, but induce apoptosis and multiple types of cancer. I got ahead of myself. Again, it talks about helping with chondrosarcoma cells, but also inhibiting colon cancer cells, leukemia cells, and again, against cancer cell proliferation. There’s a few different other cancers that resveratrol is being found to help with.
Several studies have reported that resveratrol could inhibit cell invasion in several types of malignant tumors. It helps with them. I mean, really. This is huge. Resveratrol helping basically inhibit cell invasion of different malignant tumors. I don’t know. I mean, why aren’t we looking into this more? I don’t know. This is a great study. Resveratrol could inhibit migration and invasion of oral squamous cell carcinoma cells as well, and found a suppressed invasion and metastasis of colorectal cancer cells. This is huge news, guys. Resveratrol helping fight a lot of cancerous cells.
That’s kind of the sum of today’s article and report from Molecular Medicine on resveratrol and chondrosarcoma. This is another great study. Again, high disclaimer. I am not claiming that my product by any means prevents, cures, reverses, treats any type of disease. It’s not FDA approved. No supplement is FDA approved that I’ve ever heard of or seen. Bottom line is I’m here to help get extra nutrition, help people get healthier. I’ve based all of my ingredients in my products off of studies to know and see what I feel works best to help people get better, and get their lives back so they’re feeling good again.
I get some people that say, “Oh, it took me a year.” And some people say, “It took me six months.” Some people they’re three, four, five years out and still don’t feel better. Either way, feeling bad is bad. Why would you want to wait longer? Let’s see if we can speed it up to get you feeling better so you can live life. That’s why I made our Post Chemo Nutrition product line.
The other thing too I didn’t mention the last time is if we go to my website, my main page, you’re going to see real quickly a health quiz. There is a health quiz. Take your Post Chemo health quiz now. This health quiz is designed to help give you an overall scale. It’s like a sporting event. You don’t know who’s going to win if you don’t know the score. You got to know your score. That’s what this health quiz is to see if you’re going to take our supplements, which I hope you do so you can feel and get better, you got to get a baseline to see where you’re at. That way as you’re taking it, you can see that you’re progressing to a point where you can stop taking the supplements. I don’t have them designed to be lifelong.
At least right now, this one will be … Cell Revive is not lifelong. Bindatox, you can. Even [inaudible 00:16:18] you can. But you don’t need to take it every day. You don’t need to take full dosage. That’s stuff we’ll go over later. Sorry. I’m getting off tangent here. Anyways, take the quiz. See where you’re at. Go ahead and order your supplements. Get them started, so you’re repairing mitochondrial function, helping with inflammation, you’re working on prevention, things like that. And then also helping remove the toxins and heavy metals from your body with Bindatox.
Again, I am Dr. Dylan Foster. Thank you so much for watching today. Please share this with everybody else that you know that has any health issues, and would like to see how to prevent and stay healthy, or get healthy. For now, God bless. Take care, and I’ll talk to you later.