The increasing number of people suffering from oncological (tumour) diseases is a pervasive medical issue in our century. Cancer is one of the leading causes of death among people over 40. Statistics show that by the age of 45, women are more likely to suffer from cancer than men. After this age, cancer morbidity rate is higher among men.
Data suggests cancer morbidity rates are higher in more industrialised cities. This is attributed to the greater concentration of cancerogenic substances in the environment as chemical compounds created by a number of production industries contaminate food through the air, soil, and water.
Other Risk Factors…
Apart from genetic predisposition there are a number of other risk factors linked to a higher cancer morbidity rate such as radiation, overexposure to sunlight, alcohol intake, and smoking. They are the main drivers behind the formation of free radicals, which often cause damage to normal cells in the body and set off their malignant transformation. The body cannot control the division of tumour cells and if they are not stopped in their tracks by a certain stage, they may reach other organs and tissues (i.e. they may form the so-called metastases). Malignant transformation may occur in each cell of the human body.
The more advanced a tumour, the slimmer the chances of effective therapy, while the success rate of therapy of non-metastatic cancer is often 100%.
Taking antioxidants contributes to the reduction in the level of free radicals. They supply electrons and break the chain reaction caused by free radicals. They have been proven to have a number of health benefits and may cure the affected molecules. Antioxidants boost the immune system’s functions and fight various oncological diseases. They inhibit the growth of tumour cells and cause them to self-destruct (the so-called apoptosis process).
If the body has sufficient antioxidants, it can protect itself from oxidative stress, which causes tissue and organ aging.
It has been established the body is in great need of antioxidants to protect itself from oxidative stress and be in optimum condition. That is why most specialists strongly recommend Vitaceptin®, especially in times of stress, exhaustion, and disease.
Vitaceptin® plays an immunostimulating, immunomodulating, antioxidant, anti-viral, anti-microbial, and anti-tumour role, thereby supporting the immune system’s rapid recovery.
Vitaceptin® supports the rapid and effective detoxification of the body when it has been blocked by the great amount of toxins as a result of chemotherapy and radiotherapy.