Nutritional Supplement NutriLife AR1 May be Answer for Cancer Patients

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NutriLife AR1, an all-natural nutritional supplement, has shown documented improvement in patients with various forms of cancer and other types of illness when taken regularly.

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NutriLife AR1 (AR1) is an all-natural nutritional supplement made from a unique processing of fermented wheat, corn, and soybean grains discovered in Brazil. More than 20 years of testing the nutritional supplement with cancer patients, including terminal cases, had extraordinary results, including reducing the size and slowing the growth of tumors and cancerous cells, causing much fewer side effects in patients under chemotherapy and radiation, and essentially improving the quality of life.

“Current medicine tries to treat cancer patients using toxic drugs, radiation, or radical surgery in order to remove or to kill cancer cells,” said Dr. Quivo S. Tahin, founder of the Ultimate Health Consortium. “On the other hand, several popular ‘home made’ products and procedures that have been used for decades claim to be able to help curing cancer. These products are now being used seriously in what is known as Alternative Medicine.”

All the information and documented results show that the AR1 nutritional supplement appears to have the ability to repair the DNA damaged during the progression of the carcinogenesis and to stimulate self-healing by enhancing the immune system. It has also been reported that AR1 has helped people with infections, arthritis and rheumatism, and AIDS.

The NutriLife AR1 nutritional supplement has recently become available in the United States after treating people in Brazil with positive results for over twenty years. In the last few months, NutriLife AR1 has received several documented positive results from Americans taking the nutritional supplement.

V.C., a man in his early fifties, was diagnosed with a brain tumor and confined to bed in late 2002. After taking AR1 for two weeks, he was able to drive himself to his doctor for his radiation treatment. Bonnie Armstrong, a Pennsylvanian woman in her forties, is a secretary with arthritis in both her hands. She began taking AR1 in May 2003, and after only three days, she felt so relieved that she is now recommending the nutritional supplement for everyone.

“We believe with the help of the proper nutritional supplements, the human immune system has the ability to accelerate healing,” said Dr. Quivo S. Tahin. This is why NutriLife AR1 also recommends the nutritional supplement for AIDS and HIV-positive patients—to improve their energy and to enhance their immune system. AR1 nutritional supplements may also help patients tolerate toxic medical treatments like chemotherapy and radiation.

To see the nutritional facts for AR1 or to read one of the many free articles available about the nutritional supplement, visit NutriLife AR1 is available for purchase on the website or by calling 215-673-1399.

About NutriLife AR1

This nutritional supplement was discovered in Brazil by a pharmacist more than twenty years ago. He discovered this product through a fungus fermentation of wheat, corn, and soy bean proteins. He started to give this product to cancer patients, many of them terminal cases. Extraordinary successes occurred, actually curing some of the cancer in a relatively short time period. After his death, his children decided to manufacture this product, now named AR1. It is considered to be a nutritional supplement, but has been reported to be an excellent aid for the treatment of almost all types of cancer, and of severe infection.

These statements have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease. NutriLife AR1 is not making any medical claims, nor are they suggesting the use of this product as a remedy or treatment for illnesses. Patented product manufactured in Brazil by SANDEX IND. QUIM. FARM. Lda., MG, Brazil.

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