The LifeOne Formula – Formulation and Immune Enhancing Effects

Cancer rates increase when the immune system is suppressed from immunodeficiency diseases. Children with immunodeficiency diseases have an increased rate of lymphoma, leukemia and Hodgkin’s disease. HIV positive patients with immunosuppression have many types of cancer including Kaposi’s sarcoma, non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, cervical cancer, and Hodgkin’s disease. Organ transplant patients and autoimmune disease patients have an increased incidence of cancer due to the use of immunosuppressive drugs. Researchers believe the immune system plays an important role in prevention of cancer by recognizing, and destroying cancer cells. The use of natural compounds in the treatment of cancer and AIDS is growing throughout the world. Most of these compounds have low toxicity and benefit the whole patient.Compounds that have been shown to have a broad effect in treating cancer and HIV are:


A flavonoid from the Passion Flower that has antioxidant effects
Inhibits 6 of the 7 procancer events
Enhances Tumor Necrosis Factor (TNF) cytotoxicity to cancer cells
Inhibits abnormal hormone action, binds estrogen receptors, alters steroid hormone metabolism, normalizes testosterone and other androgen levels
Inhibits HIV expression and invasion in cell cultures, inhibits HIV-1 transactivation, exhibits anti –HIV activity

Coriolus Versicolor

A Chinese herbal mushroom with anticancer effects
Potently stimulates the immune system
Increases the cytotoxicity of natural killer cells
Inhibits the invasion of cancer cells (metastasis and local proliferation)
Inhibits 4 of the 7 procancer events
Increases survival rates in post chemotherapy cancer patients
Provides and anti-viral agent for HIV therapy

Diindolymethane (DIM)

DIM is a phytochemical from cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage)
Provides a strong anti-estrogen effect on cancer cells
Inhibits adhesion, motility, and invasiveness of cancer cells
Inhibits 5 of the 7 procancer events


Non-flavonoid phenolic compound found in grapes
Acts as an antioxidant
Inhibits platelet aggregation and reduces inflammation
Inhibits 6 of the 7 procancer events
Inhibits insulin resistance
Inhibits abnormal estrogen action
Produces anti-HIV activity: inhibits viral replication and proliferation

Turmeric Extract (Curcumin)

Acts as a potent antioxidant
Strong anti inflammatory
Inhibits insulin resistance
Inhibits cancer cell proliferation in vitro
Inhibits metastasis in vivo
Inhibits 5 of the 7 procancer events

Inhibits Tat-mediated transactivation of type 1 human immunodeficiency virus long terminal repeat. Tat is a protein secreted by the HIV1-infected cells that may have additional action on the pathogenesis of AIDS


A flavonoid that induces cell apoptosis
Strong antioxidant
Strong anti-inflammatory that stabilizes basophils and mast cells
Reduces cholesterol and LDL
Inhibits 6 of the 7 procancer events

Green Tea Extract

A flavonoid containing epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), the primary anticancer agent
Acts as an antioxidant
In-vitro and in-vivo anticancer activity
Inhibits 6 of 7 procancer events
Inhibits activities of HIV-1 transcripts

L-Selenium Methionine

The organic form of selenium, which is better utilized by the body
Acts as an antioxidant
Inhibits 6 of the 7 procancer events
In-vitro and in-vivo studies show anticancer effects
Strong immune stimulator
Helps restore plasma selenium levels that are low in cancer and HIV patients

Other Ingredients: Water, Liposomal Matrix (Lecithin Complex with Phosphadidyl Choline and Phosphatidylserine), Natural Flavors, Stevia, Sodium Benzoate and Potassium Sorbate (as preservatives)


Synergism benefits cancer therapy resulting in lower dosages of drugs or compounds. Many natural compounds need synergism with other compounds to be effective against cancer, HIV, and other immunodeficiency diseases. It is best to use several natural compounds together in a mixture to enhance the synergetic action of each compound.


The unique property of a liposomal delivery system is a higher cellular uptake and a prolonged circulation of therapeutic agents. Use of a liposomal delivery system is essential to maximize the actions of natural compounds.


It is apparent in reviewing the research that the proper mixture of natural compounds applied at a therapeutic level, combined with the appropriate delivery system, can effectively allow your body to reverse the destructive capacities of cancer, HIV, and other immunodeficiency diseases. 

The Truth about Sodium Benzoate and LifeOne Formula

Sodium benzoate is a type of salt that occurs naturally in some foods but is more likely to be chemically produced and added as a food preservative. When it used as a preservative, sodium benzoate is typically added to foods in small amounts only. The FDA allows a maximum concentration of 0.1% as a preservative. Food may take on a bitter taste if more is added. 

Sodium benzoate has been the subject of extensive experimentation: it has been tested in long term and short-term feeding experiments in man, dogs, and rats and mice. In one experiment in Germany, four generations of rats were continuously exposed to 0.05 or 1 percent sodium benzoate in their diet. Scientists did not observe any harmful effects on growth, life span, or internal organs. No tumors were detected. All evidence points to sodium benzoate as a safe preservative, except for rare instances of allergic reaction. It also needs to be noted that this sodium benzoate was not combined with acidic food or ascorbic acid. It is this failure in experimentation that is causing such widespread concern of its use. Even in much longer term studies it has been found safe. That is because benzoate is a natural metabolite of the body. It is when the pH surrounding this preservative is low (acidic) that the production of benzene and other difficulties take place. 

The reason sodium benzoate is listed in the ingredients of numerous foods is because it works well at killing a wide variety of bacteria, yeast and fungi. You will almost always see it used as a preservative in foods with a high acid content. This is because sodium benzoate will only work when the pH balance of the foods or drinks is less than 3.6. Because it becomes active only at a low pH it is most commonly used un foods such as most sodas, vinegar, fruit juice, and in mixed ingredients like salad dressing. It is also used to stop the fermentation process in wines. 

Sodium benzoate naturally occurs in several natural fruits such as apples, plums and cranberries. A few sweet spices contain small amounts of sodium benzoate, including cloves and cinnamon. The presence of sodium benzoate in these foods does not necessarily act to preserve them.