01 October 2011

How to Feed Cancer Right

Some have complained that they have not yet gotten cancer, or that their cancer is not growing fast enough. Now scientists have unlocked the mystery that is the key to this dilemma. The simple answer is: Cancer loves fructose, glucose too, but really thrives on fructose! Just eat as much refined, fast and processed food, especially soda that you can get your hands on. Make sure it has a long list of ingredients that you can not pronounce. The local supermarket and convenience stores are reliable sources of all the good stuff. Remember- The more processed food you eat the less room for vegetables and raw milk and all that other stuff that some weird people eat. So stay away from the produce section. Go straight to the aisles where all the long shelf life preserved food products are lined up in boxes and packages with all the cute little pictures. That is so easy that even you can grow a cancer all by yourself. 
Just eat what most Americans are eating and before you know it you too will have a cancer that you can be proud of! All you have to do is slurp up as much high fructose-corn syrup laced foods as possible and join the cancer craze that is sweeping the nation. Don't be left out! There is something you can do about it!
 Want to get cancer the healthy way? Just use agave instead of regular old sugar. Agave has more fructose in it than high fructose corn syrup! So get a jump start on everyone else. Don't delay- get on chemo right away!

Cancer Feeds on Fructose
Anthony Gucciardi
Activist Post

High-fructose corn syrup is the primary source of calories in the United States. In addition to containing mercury, a known carcinogen, cancer cells actually feed on high-fructose corn syrup after it is metabolized by the liver. A new study, published in the Expert Opinion on Therapeutic Targets, examined the link between refined sugar and cancer. The results add further evidence to the reports of many health experts and scientific studies that have drawn the connection between excess sugar consumption and the development of cancer.

The researchers highlighted the numerous ways in which fructose directly contributes to cancer risk and other health problems, including:

  • DNA damage
  • Inflammation
  • Altered cellular metabolism
  • Increased production of free radicals

According to Lewis Cantley, director of the Cancer Center at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center at Harvard Medical School, as much as 80 percent of all cancers are “driven by either mutations or environmental factors that work to enhance or mimic the effect of insulin on the incipient tumor cells.”

Similar research published in the journal Cancer Research found that the way in which sugar is metabolized stimulates cancer growth. The researchers reported:

"Importantly, fructose and glucose metabolism are quite different … These findings show that cancer cells can readily metabolize fructose to increase proliferation."
What is even more concerning is that the scientists conducting the research used pancreatic cancer cells, widely considered to be the most deadly form of cancer. The discovery was monumental because not only did the researchers prove that tumor cells feed on sugar (glucose), but the tumor cells used fructose for cell division in order to speed up the growth and spread of the cancer. Fructose consumption actually led to a massive increase in tumor cell growth and proliferation way beyond that of glucose.

This cancer-feeding fructose is what the majority of Americans are consuming on a daily basis, to the point where high-fructose corn syrup is their number one source of calories. Even children are consuming excessive amounts of sugar in juice boxes, candy, and even ‘healthy’ sports beverages. The amount is so extreme that the average American consumes around 150 grams of sugar each day; whereas, many experts believe that the number should be around 15 grams per day or lower to prevent cancer.

The ubiquitous nature of fructose is so apparent in the food supply that it can be found in one form or another in 5 of the top 10 sources of calories in America, according to a USDA report. As cancer rates continue to explode, it is vital that dietary changes are made involving the emission of fructose from the global food supply. Natural sweeteners like Stevia contain 0 calories, and have been found to prevent and reverse diseases like diabetes. It is time we revolutionize the food supply and utilize natural sweeteners as tools to reduce cancer and obesity rates worldwide, naturally.


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1 comment:

Adrianne X said...

Dr. Alim, is raw sugar a healtier alternative,I use it when I bake, or should all sugar be avoided??