By Marlene A Hibbard
Problem: Diabetes and the Connection to Cancer
According to a study published online March 24, 2015, cancer in
women with diabetes appears to advance more quickly.
When researches compared records of women ages 20 to 105
diagnosed with breast cancer, including about 6,000 with
diabetes and more than 32,000 without, they found that those
with diabetes had large tumors, a 14 to 21 percent greater risk
for a more dangerous stage of tumor, and a 16 percent greater
chance of the cancer having spread to the lymph nodes.
The report also suggested that diabetes itself might also increase the risk of cancer.
Most studies exploring the link between cancer and diabetes have focused on type 2 diabetes.
According to Derek LeRoith, MD, PhD, endocrinologist, and professor at Mount Sinai Medical
Center in New York City, the evidence for type 2 is strong.
Researchers can’t rule out the fact that obesity raises the risk for both cancer and diabetes.
Problem: Infammatory foods
The major cause of these diseases is inflammation. Too much meat (especially cooked meat)
or protein in the diet causes inflammation.
Conclusion and Solution:
This shouts in my ears that diet and nutrition are the answer to our problems with
type 2 diabetes and cancer, not to mention heart disease, arthritis, high blood pressure,
and so many other debilitating diseases. Does it seem quite evident to you?
Your body, especially your brain needs oxygen. With obesity and type 2 diabetes, it’s obvious the
extra fat in the body is choking out the oxygen in the blood. Just a few extra pounds, especially
around the belly. If you have a large belly, your groin is pinching the veins and decreasing blood
flow especially if you sit a lot. Eat fresh greens, fruits, especially raw apples as their high fiber
flushes the metabolic waste as they supply you with energy. These foods effortlessly remove
waste which clogs up the body, backs things up in lymphatic system from too much fat, too
much meat, most of all cooked meat. Cooked protein leaves a lot of waste behind,
is very acidic, and can cause inflammation.
HOW TO GET STARTED
It doesn’t have to take forever. If you stick to only fresh fruits and
fresh vegetables for two weeks and see some weight come off, you’ll
understand that staying on that type of food plan is the best for your health. Any weight
that you remove is making you healthier. Understand that vegetables do have protein
(a common misconception). No one is suggesting you never eat meat again. Everyone
is different. Some meat is okay, but Americans tend to think they haven’t eaten without it.
We cry: WHERE’S THE MEAT?
If you are overweight or type 2 diabetes has been diagnosed, the most important thing is to
get the extra pounds off right now, open the oxygen flow through the blood and live longer.
Colorful foods carry antioxidants to the blood and further
promote the cleansing, oxygenate and alkalize the blood.
Grapefruit has great fat burning ability. Pineapple, bananas and
other fruits give energy. If you’re out running errands and need a
snack, find a grocery store with the quickest and easiest no-mess-snack, peel and eat a banana.
Herbs, like dill, mint, parsley, and basil
alkalize, strengthen and heal the body.
Didn’t God tell us in Genesis why he
“And the Lord God made all
kinds of trees grow out of the
ground – trees
that were pleasing to the eye
and good for food” (Genesis 2:9).
“…everything that has the breath of life in it—I give every green
plant for food” (Genesis 1:30).
Who can argue with the supreme authority, I ask you?
What I did during the early part of my career
was nothing more than what traditional science
would suggest. I made the observation that diets
presumably higher in animal protein were associated
with liver cancer in the Philippines. When coupled with
the extraordinary report from India showing that casein
fed to experimental rats at the usual levels of intake
dramatically promoted liver cancer, it prompted my
27-year-long study The China Project, of how this
effect worked. T. Colin Campbell, PhD., American Biochemist,
and author of the documentary, Forks Over Knives.
Come back tomorrow for exercise and a simple recipe anyone can handle. Both can fight
cancer and diabetes.
Center for Nutritional Studies, http://nutritionstudies.org/animal-vs-plant-protein/
Dan McDonald, RegnenerateYourLife.org, DVD Lose 1 POund A Day The Healthy Way
The Holy Bible, Genesis 1 and 2
The Healthy Living Magazine, (forecast on diabetes). Miriam E. Tucker, July 2015, Cancer Advances More Quickly in Diabetes
Marlene Hibbard is not a medical adviser. The content of the blog is intended for information only. Content is from medical advisors who believe in natural prevention and cures. Hibbard includes resources of these professionals in each blog. Readers may also click on the word RESOURCES below the banner. Some advice comes from Hibbard’s personal experience. This site is not intended to be a substitute for getting professional help but encourages readers to seek professional help.