Sugar Feeds Every Cell In The Body, Including Cancer Cells.
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Sugar feeds every cell in the body, including cancer cells. Simple sugars enter the bloodstream quickly & cause a rise in insulin & other growth promoting hormones. High levels of these hormones may increase the growth of cancer cells. Complex carbohydrates do not affect insulin the same as simple sugars. Complex carbohydrates include foods like fruit, vegetables, beans, & whole grains. Substitute complex carbohydrates for simple sugars & reduce risk of cancer, diabetes & more.
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A study at the University of Georgia found that phenolic compounds in blueberries limit cancer cells' ability to multiply and also can make the cancer cells die. The cells actually stave to death. SUGAR FEEDS CANCER.
Sugar is hard on your immune system. It kills enzymes, or can lower the enzymes ability to function & feeds yeast. Enzymes are the keys to all physical life. Sugar feeds cancer. This is a proven fact! The fact that cancer feeds on sugar, & that cancer is always present in the body, should be reason enough for any one to limit their sugar intake or omit it totally.
Yes, excess levels of insulin can trigger cancer. Why? Insulin is a hormone that encourages cellular growth, & the cancer cells have 6 to10 times the number of insulin receptors on the surface of their cell membranes as normal cells. Vitamin D may also cut cancer risk.
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