Thursday, July 10, 2014


The beginning research on selenium started in 1969 when Dr. Raymond Shamberger observed that cancer deaths were lower in areas where there was more selenium available in the soil.

In 1998 the Journal of the National Cancer Institute published a study of 33,000 men. The men with the highest selenium rates had one-third less chance of developing prostate cancer. A more recent study showed taking 200 mcg of selenium reduced the cancer rate from prostate cancer by 37%, colon and rectal cancer by 58% and lung cancer by 45%.

So don't wait, head for your nearest health food store and start taking 200 mcg of selenium per day. Look for a brand that is made from high yeast selenium

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