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Carrot juice provides many potential therapeutic agents, including β-carotene and polyacetylene. Case reports and evidence indicate that carrot juice can be used to treat various cancers, including leukemia.
A new study conducted in the UK provides experimental evidence that carrot juice may indeed be effective in treating myelogenous leukemia and lymphatic leukemia.
In this study, bone marrow and lymphoid leukemia cell lines and normal hematopoietic stem cells as a control were treated in vitro with carrot juice extract for up to 72 hours.
As a result, treatment with carrot juice extract induces apoptosis and inhibits the progression of leukemia through the cell cycle.
Lymphoid leukemia cells are more sensitive to treatment than myeloid leukemia cells. Normal hematopoietic stem cells are the least sensitive to treatment. This means that the treatment has no effect on normal cells and kills malignant cells at the same time.
Studies have shown that carrot juice extract can effectively cure or control leukemia by inducing cell apoptosis and cell cycle arrest.
This dosage is critical for determining the efficacy of carrot juice. Ralph Cole, a cancer survivor who uses carrot juice to treat cancer, found that five glasses of carrot juice are needed a day to induce shrinkage of malignant tumor masses in cancer patients with 150 pounds.
In fact, carrot juice is the main ingredient in Gerson’s treatment, and Max Gerson claims that the creator of this treatment is effective against many types of cancer, including leukemia.
Other studies have identified polyacetylene as a biologically active agent that protects against cancer cells.