Research Shows That a Healthy Diet Will Slow or Stop Most Cancers
I am not a Doctor and have no desire to be one. My work is based on educating and specifically teaching prevention in our many workshops and programs.
However, I am currently seeing seven clients for health counselling. They have terminal cancer from prostate, ovarian, brain, and breast. All of them asked their doctor or oncologist about diet, and each and every one of these clients received the same answer:
Diet makes no difference. Eat everything in moderation.
While there have been some small improvements in survival rates over the past forty years for cancer patients, the incidents of cancer continue to grow. This is regardless of the good intentions of their doctors aggressively attacking their tumors with surgery, radiation, and/or chemotherapy. Improved survival from a healthy low-fat, plant-based diet has been shown to positively affect survival in many cancers. Wouldn’t it make sense then if we focused on the importance of food and especially thought about the big issue here – what we ingest daily creates health or disease.