Looking for natural methods for addressing lung cancer? Watch and discover with Dr. Dylan Foster of Post Chemo Nutrition as he reveiws a study from the American Association for Cancer Research titled ” Molecular Mechanisms of Resveratrol Action in Lung Cancer Cells Using Dual Protein and Microarray Analyses” where they say: “…our results suggest that resveratrol may be a promising chemopreventive or chemotherapeutic agent for lung cancer. ” To see this study please visit our post chemo nutrition research page at https://www.postchemonutrition.com/cell-revive-research/ or visit the journal site directly at https://cancerres.aacrjournals.org/content/67/24/12007
Lung cancer. Today, we’re going to discuss how resveratrol is something natural that’s found in nature that can play a very protective role against something such as lung cancer. We’re going to discuss that in today’s vlog from another case study. So let me share my screen here. Hello? Here we go. Here’s my screen. And this is the study right here. So, we have molecular mechanisms of resveratrol action in lung cancer cells using dual protein and micro array analysis. So we are going to go over this study here. It is from the Journal of Cancer Research from 2007. So that’s what the study is from. You can find this on my website.
So for those of you that don’t know me, I am Dr. Dylan Foster. I am a chiropractic physician. I graduated in ’97 and then I got into functional medicine, got certified in that. And then I also got certified in oncology nutritional counseling, which was very intense training by the way.
But my focus in my life and my path is on helping people as much as I can, but I want to use natural means to do so. I’m looking more for causes, natural ways of addressing the symptoms and health issues, so the body can fix and heal and repair itself, versus the other side of the coin, is just to treat the symptom, which has definitely got its place and don’t get me wrong, but sometimes it’s good to know both sides, right? And that’s why I’m here today is to educate you. And I do regular series reviews of different research articles, such as this one right here. So we try to do regular reviews on different topics of things that help people get better that have been through chemotherapy or radiation therapy. Today’s topic is on lung cancer. We’ve already spoken about lung cancer from a few other past videos. We talked about how vitamin D plays a preventative role. And we also talked about how N-Acetyl Cysteine plays a preventative role, of which all those ingredients are in my Cell Revive product.
So if you go to my website and you go to products, you see I only have two products right now. And that’s because those two products right here are the main products that I want to use to help people because they’re the main ones that will work the best. We don’t need a hundred products here. But you’re going to see what Cell Revive for example… If you go to the Cell Revive page, it’s actually packets. So you can see you have of AM packet, and a PM packet that you’re going to take, and each packet has different ingredients in it. And if you click on the ingredients, there’s actually two pages of it. But the ingredients show right here, what’s in it for each packet. So the AM packet and the PM packet has Mito Cell and Mito Life.
The reason talking about this and what I’ve found is that in my research I have, pretty-much most of these ingredients have studies behind them as to why I put them in these products. And you’ll see that in a second here because I have dozens, if not hundreds of studies that have justified me to why I put them in here.
So today we’re talking about resveratrol, right? That’s what we’re talking about, which is right here. Resveratrol, and then we should have some up here. Yep. Right here. So it’s an AM packet of the Mito Cell and an AM packet and PM packets are both of the Inflam Redux.
And so we’re discussing resveratrol today, but as you can see, we talked about N-Acetyl Cysteine last time. We also talked about PQQ and some other conditions and Rhodiola, vitamin D. We talked about that related to lung cancer. So all of these ingredients are in there at the dosage they need to be, to make benefit and the quality. Which basically means they’re going to be more expensive because you’re getting quality and proper dosage. But it’s not lifelong. It’s short term that you take it for a month to many, many months, depending on how severe and sick you are, which is what this health quiz is.
So on our main page at Post Chemo Nutrition, please go take the health quiz when you get a chance, because this quiz is going to help you see where you’re at and give us an idea of how long you’re going to be on the supplements for, because at a certain point you can get off.
But let’s go into our study here. So in our pages, if you go to education and research you can see this study. If you click on Research it’ll bring you to this page. And then obviously, not obviously, but we’re talking about Cell Revive, an ingredient in Cell Revive. So if you click on, Read the Research there, that’ll bring you to this page. And you’re going to see in here, there are, like I said, dozens of studies, and you just keep scrolling down, that will explain why I put these ingredients in our products. So if anybody says natural stuff doesn’t work and there’s no proof, send them to this page and let them argue with the New England Journal of Medicine and JAMA and the National Institute of Health and all these places.
So again, we’re still scrolling down. I know we’re in, here we go. Mito Cell. So here’s Mito Cell. This is the one that we’re talking about, one of the ingredients in Mito Cell, which is, right here, this is the study. So, Molecular Mechanisms and Resveratrol in Lung Cancer Cells. So you can go to this page, find it, and you can look at the study in more detail. I’m going to give a brief overview of it right now though, if you don’t mind.
So we’re going to talk about the highlights and how resveratrol can help you if you’ve been dealing with lung cancer. Actually, it also helps with many other cancers if you look down there, from these other studies. So, the bottom line is I’m just going to read highlights that I went through. Just so you know, resveratrol is a natural, what’s considered a phytoestrogen that’s found in red wine and a variety of other plants. And it’s reported to have protective effects against lung cancer. Again, we’re just reading what the study says here.
“Resveratrol is a potent inhibitor of the A549 lung cancer cell growth.” That’s basically a line of cancer cells from the lung tissue. “And our results suggest that resveratrol may be a promising chemopreventive, or chemotherapeutic agent for lung cancer.” So we got treatment and prevention. How about that, right? Resveratrol, from red wine, is found in a variety of plants, including of course grapes, right? Red wine. But it’s also in small levels in peanuts, mulberries and legumes, so beans.
Let’s see. Studies have revealed an inverse correlation between… Oh I like this one. It’s fun. So, red wine consumption and cardiovascular disease. So basically they’re finding a lot of studies, and they’re referring to it as the French Paradox. Because they’re finding that people in France that drink more red wine are having less cardiovascular disease. How about that? With their red wine consumption. But it also helps with, well, cardiovascular disease, so it helps with lipid oxidation, right? So it helps with blood flow. And platelets. So it helps with your blood and it has to do with the antioxidant properties found in it. “Report of resveratrol as a possible cancer chemopreventive agent was reported in this journal and reported that resveratrol exerts anti-tumor properties at all three stages of skin carcinogenesis, including initiation, promotion, and progression.” So skin cancer right here, resveratrol helps with skin cancer. So, I’m joking, but maybe you should have a bottle of red wine or a glass of red wine before you go out and get some sun, right? It’s a joke. It’s a joke. But that’s been found to help it. “Since then, other studies have confirmed this work as well.” So it’s not just that one study. “And resveratrol has been shown to have chemopreventive properties in many cancer types, including mammary, prostate, colon, and then lung cancer,” which is what we’re talking about today.
So if you’re watching this and you know anybody that’s dealt with mammary, prostate, or colon cancer, this is also some good information for them. And then it says, “Interesting and epidemiological study has recently reported that high intake of beer or spirits is correlated with an increased relative risk of lung cancer.” So alcohol has actually been found to increase the risk of lung cancer, whereas red wine helps decrease it. How about that? So if you’re going to have a little alcohol, maybe you should just have a little red wine. My preference personally is always organic because I don’t want the pesticides in there that help contribute as a carcinogen towards cancer. Also, the other issue with organic red wine is if it’s coming from California, sorry, all you Californians, I love Napa, but all the wineries are so close that even the organic wines there are found to have large amounts of pesticides in there as well. So I get my red wine from Italy and places in Europe, New Zealand, because they don’t use as much pesticides there if they use any at all in their red wine. They actually take pride much more so as that coin goes anyways. I’ve been to Napa many times, I love it, they definitely take pride in their wine there too.
So let’s scroll down. I’m just going to highlight some points here. One of the results from them doing a bunch of tests and analysis here is that resveratrol inhibits the growth of this A549 cancer cell in lungs, as well as the NCL H460 and NCL H23 cells. And of course it is in a dose-dependent manner. That means you have to get enough in. So unless you’re drinking a ton of red wine, and then you’re going to stress out the liver and cause other issues, and we don’t want to do that. So sometimes for me, supplementation is the answer. I think that was it there.
And were going to scroll down. We’re almost there. We’re not going to go through all the tests and studies and cases they did and analysis. Because that’s, I mean, we’ll be here for hours going over that. I just want to go over the conclusion and the highlights of this. It gets into discussion. Here we go. So we’re at the end, so here we go.
So this in vitro study suggests that resveratrol is a potent inhibitor of these A549 lung cancer cell growth. So it inhibits the cell growth. But ultimately in conclusion, what they came up with in this report, in the study, is that they have shown that resveratrol alters a large number of genes and proteins, and they inhibit this A549 cell proliferation. So these lung cancer cells, it inhibits the spreading of these cancerous cells. And it also induces the production of more cancer cells. And it also helps with apoptosis, which as you know from my other videos, is, kind of think of it as suicide from cancer cells is what we want. We want them to kill themselves. And it also alters this intracellular SMAD signaling. And basically those are just proteins that affect and help with signaling of making new cancer cells. So we don’t want them to do that, right? We want them to stop making more cancer cells. So resveratrol is being found to help with a lot of aspects on these specific A549 cells, lung cancer cells specifically. So if you’re looking at prevention, this is something to take into consideration.
So again, I’m Dr. Dylan Foster from Post Chemo Nutrition, I’m the formulator and developer of our products. I’m not claiming our products cure, treat, prevent cancer. These are just articles and information and studies I’m going over that I want you to be aware of for educational purposes only, for you to decide what’s best for you. Many oncologists aren’t up to date on a lot of this research. They’re more onto the treatment methods and the chemicals and radiation and the processes they use there, which is important. They need that. This is a whole nother life of research for learning about nutrition and natural stuff.
So if you want to know more, go to our research page on our website, postchemonutrition.com. Again, this is not FDA approved. No supplement is. This has not been tested. We haven’t done any tests or anything because we don’t have millions of dollars to do that. But ultimately, we just want to use common sense, common knowledge, do the best you can for you because your health is important. Prevention is important. Life is short. You’ve got a lot of things, hopefully that you want to do and people and loved ones you want to be with. So do the best and the most you can to take care of yourself so you can be here for a long time.
I’m sorry, I’m done lecturing. For now, again. I’m Dr. Dylan Foster of Post Chemo Nutrition. God bless, have a great day and I look forward to speaking and talking with you soon.