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Can cancer STAND a CHANCE against this plant-based powerhouse?

When you’re treating cancer, it’ll do EVERYTHING it can to hide from you.

Those cancer cells will REFUSE to die… even when their time is SUPPOSED to be up.

They’ll even learn to RESIST every drug you throw at them.

But there’s something ELSE that can take them down… and make them vulnerable to chemotherapy and other traditional treatments.

It’s one of the most abundant plant pigments in the world…

And it’s just another reason you should JUMP at the chance to eat your veggies.

Go green

If you remember anything from your high school biology classes, you know what chlorophyll is.

It’s what makes plants green… and helps them use sunlight to make their own food supply (a.k.a. photosynthesis).

But it turns out this green pigment can benefit humans, too.

In fact, it’s a POTENT antioxidant that fights free radicals in your body… and can even BOOST resilience against oxidative stress.

Those two factors alone could be the keys to keeping you cancer-free

But chlorophyll doesn’t stop there.

It’s also been found to INDUCE cancer “cell suicide” (a.k.a. apoptosis)… which means those cancer cells are no longer IMMORTAL.

A 2009 study out of the Linus Pauling Institute also found chlorophyll to be particularly effective against colon cancer cells.

A 2018 study out of the Czech Republic found that this green pigment also SABOTAGES the viability of pancreatic cancer cells.

Even better?

Chlorophyll can REVERSE the multi-drug resistance that can make cancer cells IMMUNE to chemotherapy. 

You’ll find the most chlorophyll locked away in leafy greens (spinach, collard greens, and Swiss chard)… cruciferous veggies (broccoli, green cabbage, Brussels sprouts)… green bell peppers… as well as others.

The greener the veggie… the more chlorophyll it’s got. And you’ll want to consume as much chlorophyll as you can get.

However, you can also take chlorophyll supplements to increase the potency and get a clinically tested dosage in the most bioavailable form.

The biggest risk?

Taking the capsules might turn your pee and poop green.