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Sound crazy ? Actually, its not.

Having heard on Sky News this morning that breast cancer survival rates in the UK are significantly worse than anywhere else in Europe inspired us to write about two easy lifestyle tips to dramatically lower your risk of breast (or any other) cancer. Both are based on in-depth research and multiple clinical trials:

It is very simple really: a) Eat Raspberries & Curcumin and b) enjoy the sun!

Both Raspberries and Curcumin are proven to protect against cancer – and both are present in meaningful doses (of course..) in deW BEAUTY SHOT in one easy, highly bioavailable sachet.


Raspberries are among Mother Nature’s most delicous superfruits. A great source of Vitamin C and Manganese, (important for strong bones and healthy blood sugar) raspberries are also very rich in multiple polyphenol and other antioxidants including anthocyanins, flavonoids, tannins and hydroxybenzoic acids that all have a very protective, anti-inflammatory effect on our body1. Raspberries (and strawberries) also contain a special type of antioxidant called ellagic acid, which has the ability to reduce the size of cancers. According to research carried out at the Hollings Cancer Institute, ellagic acid sends signals to cancer cells that program these to dieii. Raspberries are also associated with protecting the DNA of healthy cells and reducing the risk of any mutations3.


Curcumin’s ability to stop and even reverse the progression of cancer has been demonstrated in multiple clinical trials and hundreds of studies, in some cases substantially reducing the size of tumors without any negative side effects. These studies have shown that Curcumin turns on natural apoptotic (cell suicide) switches in cancer cells. Curcumin also reduces the activity of inflammatory prostaglandins known to promote cancer cell growth. A Chinese study showed that Curcumin was able to induce apoptosis within triple negative breast cancer (TNBC) cells. TNBC is a type of cancer that defies conventional chemotherapy and radiation[1].


In addition, Enjoy at least 30 mins of sunshine all over your body every day WITHOUT sunscreen - just wear antioxidant moisturizer. According to over 200 epidemiological studies, the Vitamin D produced on your skin in the sun has a protective effect against breast, lung, ovarian, pancreatic, prostate and (believe it or not) even skin cancer. Some researchers believe that up to 90% of breast cancers are due to Vitamin D deficiency, as healthy levels of Vitamin D have been shown to interfere with breast cancer cell’s ability to grow. Regular, moderate sun exposure is your very best source.

Moderate sun on your skin every day also brings a bunch of other health benefits such as boosting your immunity, lowering your risk of heart attacks (by a whopping 70%) and helping you stay slim. When there is no sun (ie 9 months of the year in the UK), take a daily Vitamin D3 supplement or lie under a ‘safe’ tanning bed once a week.

Stay healthy & stay beautiful !