Glucose Can Detect Cancer

Chocolate, soft drinks, and sugar-laden foods could actually be used to detect cancer, according to research findings.

Scientists have developed a technique that identifies diseases by tracking how sugar is absorbed by the body. Malignant tumors consume more glucose-a simple sugar-than healthy tissue in order to accelerate the growth of tumor.

By using a magnetic resonance imaging scanner (MRI) to look for the absorption of glucose, the researchers found a tumor will shine brightly after people consume something sweet.

Researchers actually do not believe in the possibility of MRI to pick up the movement of glucose, even that has lasted over 18 months ago. But the research proves that it can be done.
Cancer can be detected using the same sugar content in half the size of a standard chocolate.

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