Im pulling no punches today. So, heres your foundation for your own cancer cure:
Eat small portion meals 3 to 5 times a day.
Eat some low sugar raw fruits.
Eliminate cows milk.
Eat more raw vegetables high in iodine, protein and fiber.
Avoid hydrogenated oils, canola or corn oils.
Eliminate refined flour, salt and sugars.
Breathe lots of smoke free fresh air.
Eat a naturally higher fiber diet.
Consume Celtic Sea salt.
Eat omega 3 oils like flax and hemp seed oils.
Expose yourself to 20 minutes of sunlight per day (or supplement with vitamin D).
Eliminate grain fed or highly processed meats.
Eat only small amounts of grass fed meats if at all.
Stay hydrated with natural water.
Take up mild exercise.
Eat raw nuts high in selenium, B vitamins and healthy fats.
Mix 2 teaspoons of aluminum free baking soda in a quart of water and drink 5 quarts between meals daily to alkalize.
Read positive affirmations throughout your day.
Keep emotionally healthy, proven to accelerate your overall healing process.
The same lifestyle habits which prevent cancer also cure it.
Healthy Recipes & Eating Ideas
By: David Randall
Preventing and Fighting Cancer with Color
Did you know that 30 to 40% of cancers are directly linked to dietary choices, according to a
1997 report underwritten by the American Institute for Cancer Research, titled Food,
Nutrition, and the Prevention of Cancer: A Global Perspective?
So, for this month I would like to take a different approach to our healthy eating and recipes
newsletter. I am going to discuss the top 10 foods for preventing and fighting cancer while also
adding an explosion of color to your daily meals. New research is strengthening the link between
healthy eating and the prevention of certain types of cancer. Eating habits that are high calorie
and high fat can actually increase the risk of cancer. But a diet full of colorful, fresh fruits,
vegetables and whole grains yields numerous immediate and short term benefits, as well as
preventative maintenance on disease control for your long term benefits. Read on to find out how
eating a well-rounded, healthy diet will reduce your risk of many types of cancer and what foods help
Top 10 Foods for Preventing and Fighting Cancer
1. High Fiber Foods
Dietary fiber (fibre) is not digested in the stomach or small intestine, as most other nutrients are,
and helps push food through the digestive system. Some components of dietary fiber are broken
down and digested in the large intestine. Foods high in fiber such as grains, cereals, apples, and
whole wheat are thought help protect against cancer of the colon.
2. Yellow and Green Vegetables
Broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, kale, turnip greens, and Brussels sprouts are best known for their
high scores as cancer fighters. This is because they are rich in phytochemicals such as sulforaphane.
Spinach is a dark, leafy green vegetable high in antioxidants and rich in carotenoids and folic acid,
which are well and have been discussed in previous articles to combat some forms of cancers.
Pumpkin and carrots, which are high in beta-carotene, have been shown to have protective effects
against stomach cancers.
Tomatoes are rich in antioxidants, especially vitamin C and lycopene. Antioxidants protect the body
from cell and tissue damage, which is caused by harmful molecules called free radicals. Cooking
tomatoes in foods such as spaghetti sauce can actually boost their ability to fight cancers, especially
Oranges are rich in vitamin C, bioflavonoids and a phytonutrient known as limonene. Oranges and
other citrus fruits contain a significant amount of limonene in the peel and smaller quantities in the
pulp. Limonene stimulates the antioxidant detoxification enzyme system in the body, thus helping to
stop cancer before it can even begin. Limonene also reduces the activity of proteins that can trigger
abnormal cell growth. Vitamin C and bioflavonoids also play a significant role. Oranges and their
juice are thought to be able to improve the blood lipid (fats) profile, reduce oxidative stress, and
improve blood levels of HDL cholesterol.
5. Peppers and Spices
Capsaicin, the active ingredient in hot chili peppers, is thought to be able to kill cancer cells by
damaging the cell membranes and limiting the amount of oxygen that reaches them. Many dried
herbs we cook with, and some you may have in your garden, also contain very high concentrations
of phytochemical antioxidants that have health benefits.
Tea contains antioxidant polyphenols called catechins. Green tea contains the highest levels of
catechins, followed by oolong and black teas. Studies have shown catechins halt tumor cells and
protect healthy cells from damage.
Berries including raspberries, blackberries, strawberries, cranberries, and red and purple grapes
have high amounts of ellagic acid, a plant nutrient with protective effects against esophageal and
colon cancer in animals. Ellagic acid helps block the metabolic pathways that can lead to cancer.
Many berries also contain anthocyanins a group of phytochemicals that give many berries their red
color. In laboratory studies, anthocyanins inhibit growth of lung, colon and leukemia cancer cells
without affecting growth of healthy cells. Berries are also rich in powerful antioxidant flavonoids
Rich in isoflavones, a type of phytochemical, and dietary fiber beans are thought to provide
protection against prostate cancer. Soybeans have also been shown to have breast cancer-fighting
properties as well as protective effects against cardiovascular disease.
This pungent member of the onion family has been hailed for its therapeutic benefits, especially
for cardiovascular conditions. However, garlic is also a powerful cancer fighter. Garlic contains allyl
sulfur which had been shown to inhibit the growth of cancerous cells, and is supported by several
epidemiologic and laboratory findings. Garlic's sulfur components have been reported to suppress
experimentally induced tumor incidence in several organs, including the colon. Garlic has also
been reported to lower blood cholesterol and to boost general immunity.
10. Olive Oil
Olive oil might be considered one of the best and healthiest types of fats available. Olive oil is also
high in phytochemical antioxidants and vitamin E and is a major component of the so-called
Mediterranean diet. Olive oil is thought to be helpful in prevention of breast and colon cancer.
Picture the last meal you ate. Did you see a full spectrum of color on your plate, or did it look more
like a burnt toast? If it's the latter, it's probably time to add more color to your meals. Adding fruits
and vegetables of many hues to you meals and snack is an easy way to incorporate the listed top
10 foods into your diet. Cancer prevention is not about what to eat or what pill to swallow, and
thats it, its about providing your body with the correct materials so it can help defend itself against
free radicals and disease.