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Cancer loves Sugar

Cancer Loves Sugar


Cancer cells all have at least one thing in common. They ALL love sugar! You see, cancer cells are “anaerobic” (meaning “without oxygen”), thus they metabolize glucose (sugar) for energy.

Whether it be breast, prostate, renal, lung, or colon cancer, glucose is taken in as a primary food; lactic acid is excreted from the cancer cells into the blood. The blood carries the lactic acid to the liver, where it is converted back into glucose to feed the cancer cells.

This occurs in ALL known cancer cells. It has been well documented in many studies, that, many years ago serum glucose levels were used to monitor the progress of the disease. It was well established that as the disease progressed, serum glucose levels would rise.

Knowing this, the wisdom of removing simple carbohydrates and sugars from the diet becomes obvious. The ignorant use of glucose I.V.’s in cancer patients also becomes painfully obvious. The object is to make it difficult for cancer cells to reproduce. My question is “Why fuel them with their primary requirement?” They are unable to efficiently use protein or complex carbohydrates for food. The healthy cells of our body and immune system are able to use these as fuel and for repair.

Simply put – get rid of the energy source and fight the cancer. If you have a sweet tooth, try using stevia, which is a plant 30 times sweeter than sugar. This remarkable calorie-free herb (native to Paraguay) has been used as a sweetener and flavor enhancer for centuries. This being so, stevia is an excellent sugar alternative.

Stevia is a natural, virtually calorie-free herb that, unlike sugar, won’t feed cancer cells, won’t spike your blood glucose, and will help you manage your weight. Replace sugar with stevia and you can still enjoy your favorite desserts! Researchers at Purdue have shown stevia to fight cavities (since it is antibacterial) as well as plaque. Try substituting stevia for sugar in your favorite dessert recipe. We use it every day in our hot tea.

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