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      Can Coffee Fight Skin Cancer?

      Skin cancer is the most common of all cancers in the United States. The
      American Academy of Dermatology estimates that about a million cases
      will be diagnosed in the country this year alone. Among t hem will be
      more than 88,000 new cases of melanoma, the disease’s deadliest form.
      Generally skin cancer is curable by cutting, burning, or freezing the tumor
      cells but, if left untreated, it can be deadly.

      With Coffee Black products you might have the help that you need to fight
      Age Spots, Skin Blemishes, and Skin Cancer!

      Our research has shown that a unique extraction method (developed by Meta Labs) utilized on a particular
      type of coffee bean and then blended into a special cream formula has performed beyond expectations
      in reducing age spots, skin blemishes, and skin cancer.

      Testimonials are coming in daily from customers who have used our product on different skin problems. Their
      tremendous satisfaction and willingness to share their experience has been overwhelming.

      "We had a 50 to 70 percent tumor formation inhibition in the mice that were treated with caffeine or EGCG (the
      other chemical compound)," said the senior author of a study appearing this week in the online site Proceedings
      of the National Academy of Sciences.

      Unlike sun screen lotions, which protect against skin cancer by preventing the skin from absorbing ultraviolet
      rays from the sun, caffeine's cancer protection occurs inside the skin cells after exposure to the ultraviolet
      rays. Rays from the sun can cause cellular changes in the skin that can lead to skin cancer. The study’s author
      said that caffeine apparently blocks the growth and development of abnormal cells by causing them to kill
      themselves. A type of programmed cell suicide that prevents development of abnormal growths. He said the
      caffeine acts selectively, causing the abnormal cells to die, but does not affect the healthy, normal cells.

      Other studies have shown that caffeine, heavily consumed in the form of coffee, tea, and some cola drinks, has
      been associated with causing an increase in mental alertness in many people. Some studies have suggested
      caffeine aggravates symptoms of menopause and may intensify the side effects of certain antibiotics. Research
      also indicates that caffeine use may become addictive and that for those who are addicted they may
      experience headaches and other symptoms when deprived of its use.

      However, the topical use of caffeine does not carry any of these risks or side effects.


      +Disclaimer : There's no guarantee of specific results and that the results can vary.