What if I Could Beat Cancer, Naturally?

by | Oct 1, 2015 | Alternative Medicine | 0 comments

 

 

fotolia © lily“I’m sorry, but you have cancer.” These words from a doctor introduce fear into the heart of any patient and his/her family.

The good news is that Supportive Nutrition Therapy can significantly increase cancer patients’ quality and length of life and improve their chances for a complete remission. Better yet, a healthy lifestyle that includes a wholesome clean diet, sufficient exercise, stress management, positive attitude and toxin avoidance can prevent up to 90 percent of cancers.

Now for the bad news: conventional medicine does not have a high success rate with the disease. By the turn of this century, cancer will become the leading cause of death in America. During the past 26 years, the National Cancer Institute has spent $37 billion in research with a resulting increase in cancer incidence and deaths. Clearly, medicine cannot produce a “magic bullet” to cure cancer while patients go on living on soft drinks, pollutants and stress! The C-word is the kind that none of us wants to hear.  Yet, we all know someone who has been affected by it. While a family history may increase your risks, the absolute #1 factor that determines whether you will become a statistic is your lifestyle.

Can eating right really protect you against the C-word? The latest research points to yes!  Here are my top picks.
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Foods high in Vitamin B-17 – they have been said to have specific cancer-controlling properties.

fotolia © Maxal Tamar

fotolia © Maxal Tamar

  • Apple seeds
  • Apricot kernels
  • Buckwheat (sprouted)Celery
  • Flaxseeds
  • Garlic
  • Peach kennels
  • Plum kennels
  • Wheatgrass

 

Cruciferous Vegetables: Named for their four equal-sized petals in their flower that could be viewed as forming a cross-like or crucifix shape, they, too, have been said to have specific cancer-fighting properties.

  • Arugula

    fotolia © George Dolgikh

    fotolia © George Dolgikh

  • Bok choy
  • Broccoli
  • Brussels sprouts
  • Cabbage
  • Cauliflower
  • Chinese cabbage
  • Collard greens
  • Daikon radish
  • Horseradish
  • Kale
  • Kohlrabi
  • Land cress
  • Mustard greens
  • Radish
  • Rutabaga
  • Shepherd’s purse
  • Turnip
  • Watercress

To name a few.

 

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