Essay on All About Shark Cartilage

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All About Shark Cartilage

Sharks have existed on this earth for over 400 million years, and for the most part have been one of the only species in earth’s history that has not been changed dramatically as a result of evolution (http://www.nutritionwarehouse.com/Shark.Cartilage.html). Furthermore, in recent times since the onslaught of the industrial revolution, numerous pollutants and toxins have been introduced into the earth’s oceans, forests, and atmosphere resulting in cancerous development in nearly all forms of life. Incredibly, however, the amazing living machine known as the shark has survived literally unchanged and has rarely developed cancer despite the fact that almost all other creatures of land and sea get cancer
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(http://www.realife.com/whtisshk.htmlhttp://www.realife.com/whtisshk.html - http://www.realife.com/whtissk.html). Hence, they said if a tumor cannot create a blood vessel network it will become malnourished and eventually die. Shortly proceeding this discovery, a great amount of hype was established saying that shark cartilage was the cure-all for everything. Numerous additional companies now have shark cartilage products on the market saying that shark cartilage is "the most powerful anti-inflammatory agent and wound healing substance in the world," or that this cartilage "cures cancer effectively." Most of these claims have little merit, however, the fact remains that if used properly, shark cartilage can or could prevent the development of tumor-based cancer and metastasis (http://www.realife.com/whtisshk.htmlhttp://www.realife.com/whtisshk.html - http://www.realife.com/whtissk.html).
After surfing the web and visiting countless websites, my research (solely off the web) has become clear that shark cartilage can be very helpful in the treatment of many chronic and life-threatening diseases and disorders. Through research by scientists, these companies say that it has been proven that cancer, osteo and rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, lupus, and

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