pawpaw smoothie to put weight on

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pawpaw smoothie to put weight on

by jcr65566 on Mon Aug 18, 2008 12:00 AM

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I have prostrate cancer out side the prostrate and lately Iv been loosing weight then a friend told me about  pawpaw smoothie this smoothie dose two thing help fight your cancer and put weight on at the same time what you do it  take a pawpaw leave the skin on slice it into quarters chop it up with the skin on put it in to a blender add a banana and two cups of milk and blend it till smooth I now have this times a day it helps with the cancer and puts weight on to    Ray

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by 570sheila on Fri Aug 22, 2008 12:00 AM

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Hello...what is a pawpaw? My husband sure could use the extra help.

                      God Bless and Thank You.

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by jcr65566 on Fri Aug 22, 2008 12:00 AM

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On 8/22/2008 570sheila wrote:

Hello...what is a pawpaw? My husband sure could use the extra help.

                      God Bless and Thank You.


An other cancer patent put me on to this she said one side effect of it is it put on weight when others tried it they said it had the same effect In the US you probably know them as the PAW PAW, Carica papaya Pawpaw’s they are very nutritious fruits. They are high in vitamin C, magnesium, iron, copper, and manganese. They are a good source of potassium and several essential amino acids, and they also contain significant amounts of riboflavin, niacin, calcium, phosphorus, and zinc. And (among the other active ingredients) acetogenins witch kills cancer cells by the modulate production of ATP. Research has shown that Pawpaw trees produce the natural compounds in leaf, bark, and twig tissue that possess anti-cancer properties, the main one is  Acetogenins. With the Storing and Use of Pawpaw’s. just keep them in the fridge the Acetogenins is in the skin of the pawpaw to find out more you can go to  http://alternativecancer.us/pawpaw.htm

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by rose254u on Tue Apr 28, 2009 12:00 AM

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On 8/22/2008 jcr65566 wrote:

 

On 8/22/2008 570sheila wrote:

Hello...what is a pawpaw? My husband sure could use the extra help.

                      God Bless and Thank You.


An other cancer patent put me on to this she said one side effect of it is it put on weight when others tried it they said it had the same effect In the US you probably know them as the PAW PAW, Carica papaya Pawpaw’s they are very nutritious fruits. They are high in vitamin C, magnesium, iron, copper, and manganese. They are a good source of potassium and several essential amino acids, and they also contain significant amounts of riboflavin, niacin, calcium, phosphorus, and zinc. And (among the other active ingredients) acetogenins witch kills cancer cells by the modulate production of ATP. Research has shown that Pawpaw trees produce the natural compounds in leaf, bark, and twig tissue that possess anti-cancer properties, the main one is  Acetogenins. With the Storing and Use of Pawpaw’s. just keep them in the fridge the Acetogenins is in the skin of the pawpaw to find out more you can go to  http://alternativecancer.us/pawpaw.htm


paw paw and papaya different plant

 

two names for one plant or one plant with 2 names. If two totally different plants have the same names and both plants are used for eating purposes, then reports of healing success and negative effects may be easily confused. The papaya with the Latin name carica papaya is called paw paw in Australia and new Zealand. The  paw paw in north America with the Latin name asimina tribola is in no way related to the papaya. The only thing both plants have in common is the common name and both are used as a medical plant

source: Papaya the Medicine Tree

 By Harald W. Tietze

http://books.google.com/books?id=uCPGj8sdS_8C&dq=Papaya+-+The+Medicine+Tree&printsec=frontcover&source=bn&hl=en&ei=aq72SZHvPNjOjAebmfW3DA&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=4#PPA16,M1

 

the active ingredients- acetogenins witch kills cancer cells by the modulate production of ATP information is related to “asimina tribola paw paw plant” NOT carica papaya plant”. See http://www.pawpawresearch.com/ where research done by Dr. Jerry McLaughlin is mentioned relating to “asimina tribola paw paw plant”

 

 

IF I AM WRONG PLEASE CORRECT ME..

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by jcr65566 on Tue Apr 28, 2009 12:00 AM

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Yep  you are so so right, about the fruit.that is, and like you  Ive since had meny meny posts explaining this. When I did that post after asking  evey medical frend I knew. I just thought the information about the Pawpaw fruit was well worth it. Ive since  learned,  it dosent realy matter as both the fruts are from the same plant family tree. Pawpaw and its powerful cancer fighting acetogenins is in both of them, but most of the cancer fighting acetogenins is in the leafs and the twiges of both plants  when the fruit  mutures they lose a lot of the acetogenins have a nice day Ray

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by Tham on Tue Apr 28, 2009 12:00 AM

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The Paw Paw fruit with anticancer properties is Asimina Triloba.

Carica papaya refers to papaya, which is a
similar-looking fruit. 

 

Asimina triloba apparently contains more annonaceous
acetogenins than graviola, the other well-known cancer
fighting fruit.

However, there have been some reports, not entirely
conclusive, that these same acetogenins are the cause
of Parkinson's disease in Guadeloupe, where the natives
eat graviola regularly.

I would think that in a serious terminal disease like
cancer, such a risk of Parkinson's, which is likely
small, would be inconsequential anyway.


Here are the main Paw Paw sites.

http://www.pawpawresearch.com

http://www.pawpaw.kysu.edu/ppf/






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by Heritage_Softail on Tue Apr 28, 2009 12:00 AM

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To All,

I am 1 1/2 yrs out from surgery and still taking chemo to date. Here are a few thigns to check on if interested:

Graviola Tea

Paw paw smoothie

Acai Smoothie

I currently live in Brazil and some of the info from the "net" on these to say the least is intresting. I have talked to my OC in Houston on these and she had no problem me taking any of the above including my normal treatment (chemo).. I think this way it does not hurt to try. Hope you find interesting. God bless you all.

Damon

 

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by JR_in_Cary on Wed Sep 16, 2009 12:00 AM

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Where do you get the pawpaw? I don't see it in any of the stores by me.

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by jcr65566a on Mon Aug 18, 2014 11:29 PM

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On Sep 16, 2009 12:00 AM JR_in_Cary wrote:

Where do you get the pawpaw? I don't see it in any of the stores by me.

The sap in the leaves and twigs of the pawpaw plant are loaded with 50 of the most cancer fighting compound man can get there there calledAsimina triloba, Annonaceae But  I dont think The yelow fruit of the pawpaw has enoughAsimina triloba, Annonaceaein it to fight cancer But the sap in the leaves and twigs do. they work on the production of ATP in the cancer cell.    

Extracts of paw paw ( Asimina triloba, Annonaceae) are among the most potent of the 3500 species of higher plants screened for bioactive compounds in our laboratories at Purdue University. The paw paw is a small tree native to eastern North America; its edible fruits (sometimes referred to as "Indiana Bananas") have nurtured mankind for centuries. Activity-directed fractionation of the paw paw extracts, using the brine shrimp lethality bioassay, led to the isolation and molecular characterization of over 50 unique annonaceous acetogenins. Fractionation of extracts from related species resulted in the identification of over 150 additional acetogenins. The annonaceous acetogenins are derivatives of long-chain (C32 or C34) fatty acids. They are potent inhibitors of mitochondrial (complex I) as well as cytoplasmic (anaerobic) production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) and the related nucleotides. The powerful cytotoxicity, in vivo antitumor, pesticidal, antimalarial, anthelmintic, piscicidal, antiviral, and antimicrobial effects indicated a myriad of potentially useful applications. Commercial development of these compounds uses natural mixtures of active components, incorporated into pesticidal, topical, and dietary supplement products. Successful applications and commercial products include a shampoo, highly effective in treating infestations of head lice, fleas, and ticks; a series of pesticidal sprays, which protects host plants against a diversity of pests; and an ointment for treatment of oral herpes (HSV-1) and other skin afflictions. The extract (in capsule form) enhances a mixture of natural anthelmintics. In addition, an encapsulated extract has been effectively used by certain cancer patients as a botanical supplement product.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18598079

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by Kjohnchas on Tue Aug 19, 2014 12:38 AM

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Wow Ray,,,,,,,,,,
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