Posted by Alan S.
on October 30, 2000 at 16:34:34:
In Reply to: cancer runs in family. can anyone help me with diet posted by julian on October 28, 2000 at 21:51:18:
: Cancer runs in my family,my mum, uncle and all grandparents have died of it. Im 27,a smoker and starting to feel like I'm doomed. The more stressed I get about it, the more I smoke. I guess theres only so much I can do, and I suppose I'm being positive by looking for prevention now rather than a cure later on. I have improved my died significantly to include fruit,fish and salad on a daily basis as well as swimming 3/4 times a week. Are there and specific nutritional supplements or additional sorts of food that anyone can recommend?
: Hope this doesnt seem trivial, as I know there are a lot of people reading this who are in a bad way.
: Thanks in advance
First, what is your families bloodtype and what is yours? Second, you need to quite smoking, which I'm sure you are well aware of. Third, I would recommend that you adopt a very low carbohydrate diet. Why? Because cancer cells must have glucose (bloodsugar) to survive and grow. Any carbohydrate you take in except for fiber eventually gets turned into glucose. By keeping your bloodsugar levels low on this type of diet, you essentially starve any potential cancer cells. The carbohydrates that you do eat should be things like green leafy vegetables and low sugar berries, all of which provide many good antioxidants without all of the unnecessary sugars (carbs). Fourth, avoid all un-natural fats in your diet, in particular partially hydrogenated vegetable oils. Finally, I recommend that you get and read "Protein Power" or "The Protein Power Lifeplan". Alan S.