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Is There A Cancer Diet?

The dilemma of diet and cancer is paramount to your health. Without feeding the body the ingredients it needs, it simply can’t create the processes that fight the cancer. Firstly, when looking at nutrition for cancer, we will need to comprehend the function of pancreatic enzymes. These enzymes, such as trypsin & chymotrypsin, play a significant role in preventing the formation of tumours.

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Unfortunately these enzymes also play a role in digesting animal proteins, so if our diets are too high in animal protein, our source of pancreatic enzymes is tied up in digestion and not accessible for halting tumours. Secondly, we will need to comprehend the function of B17 (hydrocyanic acid) in our diets and especially its interaction with cancer.

B17 interacts with the very considerable quantities of beta-glucosidase in cancer cells to produce hydrogen cyanide and benzaldehyde. Both of these poisons combine into a very deadly toxin that targets cancer cells. The reason it does not target healthy cells is that even though they have small amounts of beta-glucosidase, they also comprise rodonase, a chemical that cancer cells don’t have, that breaks down the toxin into compounds that actually help the bodies immune system!

Diet and cancer

So we begin to see the critical relationship between diet and cancer! At this time it’s interesting to note that among the most concentrated sources of pure B17 is apricot kernels – that’s the kernel INSIDE the apricot seed itself. However it’s our understanding that the selling of apricot kernels is prohibited in some countries, such as ours. Consequently if you’re fortunate enough to get your hands on a massive supply, it’ll be by word of mouth connections.

However if you’re ready to ask friends to consume a good deal of apricots or go on a mission to create bottled or frozen apricots, or perhaps apricot jam, there’s absolutely no law to our understanding that states you can not eat them. The recommended dosage for those who have cancer is up to 60 per day, but beginning with two per meal and adding one per meal every day to make sure there isn’t any intolerance.

Side note

Apparently the bureaucratic argument for making sale of these illegal is they will poison you since they’re a cyanide compound, (hydrocyanic acid) and create another cyanide, (hydrogen cyanide) but they don’t follow through and tell us that the hydrogen cyanide then unites with the rodonase to create compounds that actually boost the immune system. Following this logic I must wonder why then Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin!) Has not been prohibited.

You might be aware they feed B12 to anemia ! So, we can tackle a diet for cancer from particular angles. Firstly by incorporating whatever natural resources we can find that contain B17, secondly by reducing (not cutting out!) Animal protein consumption, and thirdly by adding nutrients to our diets in their most easily & efficiently consumed forms ie in foods. The most important thing is that our body is at our mercy and what we put into it can either help or hinder its ability to help us. The attractiveness of getting aware of the discussion of diet and cancer is that it’s something we could do for ourselves, thereby empowering us in the fight against this dreadful invader!