Each year, hundreds of thousands of patients receive chemotherapy. Now, the media is taking notice of LifeMEL’s ability to help chemotherapy patients tolerate their treatment. Newsmax Health reports on the latest health news. Journalist Lynn Allison introduced readers to LifeMEL, writing: “A unique formulation of honey may help chemotherapy patients tolerate their treatment with less toxicity.”
She elaborated, “While new to America, Zuf Globus MEL products have been in use for more than 20 years. Scientists say that as the bees metabolize the special plant extracts, their digestive enzymes significantly increase the potency of each ingredient and create new beneficial compounds that didn’t exist in the original herbs.”
We are pleased that the article also includes comments from award-winning lecturer Yehoshua Maor, PhD, M.Sc., B.Pharm., who has worked with our products in his lab. It also references two human clinical studies that found LifeMEL supports the immune system, helped manage blood toxicity that often causes patients to stop or pause chemotherapy.
“What impresses me the most … is the idea that a nutrient-dense, natural, body-ready food such as LifeMEL may improve chemotherapy patients’ quality of life as they are undergoing treatment,” Moar told the publication.
Previous research has shown that LifeMEL, which is rich in flavonoids and other healthy compounds, helps chemotherapy patients maintain a healthy immune system so they are more likely to finish treatment.
LifeMEL is the most popular in the MEL line up. It contains 16 medicinal herbs known to support the immune system including Siberian Ginseng, Mulberry, Beetroot and Stinging Nettle.