I can't tell you if it is true, but I believe if it does no harm & if it helps that is all the better. Hope this will help many people here at TB who have been dealing with cancer lately in their life of a relatives.....
Miracle Drink Kills Cancer Cells Too
Posted on March 30, 2013 by Gillian
Before Itís News March 29 2013
This miracle drink has been circulating for some time. A celebrity (Mr. Seto) swears by it. Mr. Seto had lung cancer. A famous herbalist from China recommended he take this drink. He drank it regularly for 3 months. Now his health is restored and he is ready to take a pleasure trip, all thanks to this drink. He is bringing the recipe to the attention of people who have cancer or otherwise would like to improve their health. The drink stops bad cells forming in the body and/or restrains their growth.
According to Mr. Seto it is like a miracle drink! And it is simple.
Combine one beet root, one carrot and one apple to make the juice! Wash the fruit and vegetables, cut into pieces with the skin on and put them into the juicer and immediately drink the juice.
You can add lime or lemon for a more refreshing taste.
This drink is effective for the following ailments:
Prevents cancer cells from developing by restraining growth
Prevents liver, kidney, pancreas disease
Strengthens the lungs
Prevents heart attack and high blood pressure
Strengthens the immune system
Is good for the eyesight (eliminates red, tired eyes or dry eyes)
Helps to eliminate pain from physical training, muscle ache
Detoxifies, assists bowel movement, eliminates constipation making skin healthy and radiant.
Is great for acne problems
Improves bad breath due to indigestion, throat infection,
Relieves bodily aches and pains
Assists hay fever sufferers from having hay fever attacks
There are absolutely no adverse side effects. Highly nutritious and easily absorbed. Very effective if you need to lose weight. Also, you will notice your immune system improves after taking for 2 weeks
You must drink immediately after juicing for best effects.
Edited by Gillian Grannum