Top Reasons to have Eannatto Tocotrienol
for Lung Cancer
The conventional treatments of cancer like chemotherapy, surgery, and radiation have failed to eradicate lung cancer completely. In a report by World Health Organisation (WHO), dated 12 September 2018, it was observed that 1.8 million deaths happened due to Lung cancer that year which is the largest number as compared to other cancers! Henceforth it won’t be wrong to say that lung cancer is the deadliest cancer. In the pursuit to fight cancer, researchers have discovered Tocotrienol which is supposed to exhibit anti-cancer activities. Several studies have been conducted over Annatto based Tocotrienol (DeltaGold-Eannatto). One such study, ‘Delta-Tocotrienol inhibits non-small lung cancer cell invasion via the inhibition of NF-kb, uPA activator, and MMP-9’, was conducted where it was observed that Delta-Tocotrienol attenuated tumor invasion and metastasis by the repression of MMP-9/uPA via downregulation of Notch-1 and NF-kB pathways and upregulation of miR-451. The data also suggested that Delta-Tocotrienol may have potential therapeutic benefit against NSCLC metastasis.
Why Tocotrienol and Not Tocopherol?
Read Other Studies:
- Tocotrienols: Latest Cancer Research in Vitamin E by Barrie Tan, Ph.D., and Anne M.Trias, MS.
- Tocotrienols: The Promising Analogues of Vitamin E for Cancer Therapeutics https://doi.org/10.1016/j.phrs.2018.02.017
- Delta-tocotrienol inhibits non-small-cell lung cancer cell invasion via the inhibition of NF-κB, uPA activator, and MMP-9 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30100736