Phytochemicals which are allyl sulfide compounds may stimulate enzymes that help the body get rid of harmful chemicals. Eat garlic, as compounds in garlic may have anti-cancer properties & may help cause cancer cells to die naturally. Garlic is said to be used to treat bacterial, yeast, fungal, & parasitic infections, also high blood sugar levels. Currently under study for its ability to reduce cancer risk, research finds those who eat more garlic seem to have a lower risk of cancer
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Strawberries & raspberries have photochemicals that help destroy cancer cells ability to multiply. City of Hope researchers say Blueberries have been found to prevent and shrink cancer tumors. Eat two cups per day and it could help aggresive breast cancer.Check with your doctor so it does not interfere with any meds! Also Avocados, parsley, brocolli, califlower, cabbage, brussle sprouts and Kale can help regulate your enzymes thus defend you from cancerous cells. Spinach is good too!
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.
Sugar feeds every cell in the body, including cancer cells.
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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