My Overview Of A Cancer Free Diet
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Not in any way the complete A-Z but here is a brief overview of a cancer free diet. Consistent with the ancient Greece medic Hippocrates and his saying ‘let your food be your medicine and your medicine be your food’ the diet can be used for both cancer prevention and reversal.
Examples of a Cancer Free Diet
Vitamin A (retinol)
Source: Carrots. Or as a beta carotene supplement
Function: An essential for metabolic efficiency
Comments: Acts synergistically in combination with other nutrients.
Vitamin B15 (pangamic acid)
Source: Found in liver and can be taken as a supplement
Function: Liver detoxification oxygen rich kills cancer cells
Comments: Can also be found in milk thistle
Vitamin B-17 (laetrile)
Source: Apricots particularly apricot kernels, seeded fruits, broccoli (especially sprouted broccoli), bitter almonds, garlic and chickpeas.
B17 reacts with an enzyme in the cancer cell and destroys it. The harmful by-products are destroyed by healthy cells.
Comments: Apricot kernels are very effective and especially so is sprouted broccoli
Vitamin C or antioxidants
Found in citrus fruits, apples, pineapples, potatoes and green tea… Used as an immune system builder and antioxidants that mop up those cell damaging free radicals…
Comments: Essential for healing, vitamin C also destroys the pathway that cancer relies on when spreading (metastasizing) as discovered by the late Nobel Prize winning Linus Pauling.
Zinc can be taken as a supplement. It transports laetrile into the cancer cells and kills them. Laetrile is a purified form of vitamin B17 that has been made from apricot kernels and was developed by Ernst Krebs Jr. as an effective cancer killing therapy.
Selenium is found in mushrooms, garlic and onions. It prevents formation of free radicals and is a highly effective anti-cancer mineral.
Calcium is found for examples in broccoli, seeds and beans (or a range of other greens). It creates an alkalized body by raising the body’s pH and makes it more difficult for cancer cells to form in this environment.
Trypsin and chymotrypsin
Trypsin and chymotrypsin are protein digesting enzymes. What they do in effect is destroy the protein wall surrounding the cancer cell. The cancer cell then dies as it is exposed to immune cells.
The enzymes are produced from the pancreas. When this fails it may be necessary to undergo enzyme therapy with supplements.
Eating large amounts of meat which takes up too much trypsin and chymotrypsin and not enough left for dealing with destroying cancer cells could be an underlying problem…
Other proteolytic (protein digesting) enzymes include bromelain and papain found in pineapple.
Good clean water has numerous health benefits. For example, it removes toxins.
Around 15 to 20 minutes of sunlight can pay off dividends reducing cancer risk. Sunlight provides vitamin D3 as protection from cancer.
-This concludes my brief overview of the cancer free diet. I would encourage the reader to use this as a platform for further research into using it as a cancer prevention and reversal model.