Black Raspberry Supplements: Esophageal & Cervical Cancer Fighting Pills

By on February 16, 2012

Black Raspberry Pills

Dr Oz spoke about Cancer Fighting Pills today and mentioned that Black Raspberry Pills fight Esophageal Cancer and Cervical Cancer.  Many of you wrote in asking for more details, like where to buy the Black Raspberry Supplements, information on what they are made of (Freeze Dried Black Raspberry), and the correct dosage of the Black Raspberry Capsules?  So, of course, we stayed up late digging through research to bring you more details about this Cancer Fighter!

What Are Black Raspberry Capsules?

What exactly are Black Raspberry Supplements and how do they work?

Black Raspberry Supplements

Black Raspberry Supplements

According to WebMD: “Black raspberry contains chemicals that might protect against cancer by preventing changes to DNA and blocking the blood supply to tumors.”  Ellagic Acid is a strong antioxidant that is found in high quantities in black raspberries.  And, as all of Dr Oz’s fans know, antioxidants are powerful tools in fighting against free radicals, which can cause things like Cancer and Heart Disease.  The American Cancer Society has found that Ellagic Acid, because of its antioxidants, may be able to kill cancer cells.  You can also get Ellagic Acid in pomegranates and strawberries, but to get a high enough concentration of it, your best bet seems to be freeze-dried pills like the Black Raspberry Freeze-Dried Capsules that Doctor Oz spoke about.

In addition to Ellagic Acid being able to potentially kill Cancer Cells, it also seems to be able to help prevent Cancer from developing in the first place.  The American Cancer Society found that Ellagic Acid may have the ability to prevent breast cancer cells from growing.  Ohio State University researchers are the ones who studied Black Raspberry Supplements preventing Colon Cancer.  And there may even be hope for Skin Cancer when applying Black Raspberry topically!  The study done at Ohio State University found that when mice with Esophageal Cancer were fed a diet made up of 5-10% Black Raspberry, their cancer decreased by 80%.  Granted this study was done on mice and not humans, but it definitely sounds like it is worth a try (after speaking with your doctor of course).

Black Raspberry Supplement Dosage

Dr Oz mentioned on his show that you should take 300 mg of Black Raspberry Supplements two times a day, which is equivalent to eating 8 cups of black raspberries a day.  The pills definitely sound more practical!  But as always, please consult with your own doctor first before starting a new supplement or pill.

Where To Buy Black Raspberry Supplements?

Dr Oz did not mention any specific brand or place to purchase Black Raspberry Supplements, but here is a place where you can purchase Black Raspberry Supplements:

Black Raspberry 300 mg

And I also found another product which is actual Freeze Dried Black Raspberry Powder, which should be a great option for giving smoothies and other recipes an Anti-Cancer fighting boost:

Freeze Dried Black Raspberry Powder

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Comments to Black Raspberry Supplements: Esophageal & Cervical Cancer Fighting Pills

  1. They have to be FREEZE dried or it’s pointless.

  2. Mbuli Sithole says:

    Dr OZ,
    I cannot find the black beans muffins recipe showed in your last programme. This was one of the fans that attended your show and talked about how it helped her loose weight and maintain her right weight for the last six years. Where can I get the recipe?
    Regards
    Mbuli Sithole

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  4. Will the supplements interact with other medications negatively, such as birth control pills?

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