What Is The Health Benefits In Eating Guababana Pulp

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connie sue Says:

does eating Guababana pulp help kill cancer? One man ate this fruit and his cancer went away.

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David Says:

Hi connie,

According to a Purdue University research study, compounds from guanabana (soursop) are touted as having potent anti-cancer effects (reported to be 10,000x stronger than chemo).

Take it for what it is, but in reality, most fruits and vegetables on the planet are recognized as being anti-cancerous. It really just comes down to making them a primary part of your diet in order to reap the most benefits. This would also be a great way to take preventative measures against the possibility of ever getting cancer in the future.

If you'd like some other suggestions as well outside of guanabana, please post back here and I can show you some of the other recognized anti-cancer treatments I've come across.

I hope this helps!

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