Cancer: Chokeberry found to significantly reduce cancer growth within 24 hours

While numerous studies have shown anthocyanin’s ability to inhibit gastrointestinal cancers, there is some evidence that topical application of the antioxidants may also inhibit skin cancer.

Whether chokeberry offers any protection against skin cancer when applied topically, however, remains to be seen.

According to the Organic Facts website, some antioxidants are found in chokeberry:

  • Quercetin
  • epicatechin
  • Caffeic Acid
  • Malvidin
  • lutein
  • Zeaxanthin
  • carotene.

Current evidence on the link between chokeberry and cancer may be limited, but it highlights the value of exploring the association more deeply.

In addition, the current evidence that chokeberry can reduce the risk of colon cancer does not mean that all cancers can be prevented.

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