OneTest™ is the first protein based multi-cancer early detection blood test to enter the U.S. market that measures tumor antigens (such as CEA, CA125, and PSA) along with biomarker of inflammation (such as C-reactive protein)
Numerous studies reported in reputable, peer reviewed medical journals have documented how diet and exercise can lower these biomarker levels while also lowering the risk of dying from cancer.
We have put together a guide about how diet and exercise affect cancer biomarker levels and outcomes.
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1 Source: “Tomato sauce supplementation and prostate cancer: lycopene accumulation and modulation of biomarkers of carcinogenesis”
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2 “Effects of Fresh Yellow Onion Consumption on CEA, CA125 and Hepatic Enzymes in Breast Cancer Patients: A Double- Blind Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial.” Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention 16(17):7517-22
3 “Rising Plasma Beta-Carotene Is Associated With Diminishing C-Reactive Protein in Patients Consuming a Dark Green Leafy Vegetable–Rich, Low Inflammatory Foods Everyday (LIFE) Diet” Am J Lifestyle Med. 2021 Nov-Dec; 15(6): 634–643
4 “Consumption of Bing sweet cherries lowers circulating concentrations of inflammation markers in healthy men and women” J Nutr . 2006 Apr;136(4):981-6.