February 1, 2008
LifeMel Honey Offers a Health Solution for Thousands of African Americans
With Black History month in February, thousands of African Americans will be celebrating a rich history of growth and change. For some, there will be no celebration due to the side effects caused by chemotherapy. These people now have something else to celebrate; a "miracle" honey with amazing benefits.
According to the American Cancer Society, it was estimated that a total of 1,444,920 new cancer cases and 559,650 deaths for cancers were projected to occur in the United States in 2007. And according to the ACS, African American men have a 15% higher incidence rate and 38% higher death rate than White men. With this many people affected by cancer, experts are trying to find cures, treatments, and relief, for the many sufferers. And the sufferers themselves are finding ways to help the process.
Groundbreaking LifeMel Honey, developed in Israel and now being distributed in the USA has had a positive impact for chemotherapy patients. Chemotherapy kills fast-growing cancer cells but it can also affect healthy cells. When these cells are affected or harmed, there are unpleasant side effects, including low blood cell levels. This is called Pancytopenia. When a cancer patient's blood levels drop to low, they are unable to continue chemotherapy-the very thing that is used to get rid of the cancer and keep them alive.
Patients who have used LifeMel Honey not only felt better after taking it as prescribed, but were able to continue chemotherapy. "A recent study indicated that LifeMel Honey can, in some patients, have a positive effect in increasing counts for red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets in the blood". (Medical Oncology) By elevating their blood levels and patients were able to continue with their treatments.
With so many African Americans affected by cancer on a yearly basis and so many affected by the side effects that come with chemotherapy, this could be the miracle they are looking for. A honey that keeps their blood levels up and keeps them healthy enough to finish their chemotherapy treatments.
Contact Information Sarah Beyl http://www.LifeMelUSA.com 502.394.9771