Cancer is not a Death Sentence

Posted: November 11, 2014 in What is Cancer?
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Cancer is not something that happens overnight. It takes literally years to feed a potential cancer. Two to three decades are not unusual from the time a single cell got mutated, to the time a tumor appears. In some cases, it may develop in a few short years.

When we ingest certain chemicals into our body, they “activate” and can initiate certain cancer. The good news is that the healthy foods we eat may interfere with the progress of the cancer. When we take the right type of foods, we can help block the mutation process.

The abundance of anti-oxidants that we get from fresh fruits and vegetables can neutralize the destructive work of free radicals and carcinogens. Researches have shown that certain phytonutrients can intervene and stop further growth of the precancerous cells, repair and heal some damaged cells. When you take the right foods even after cancer is diagnosed, it is possible that your life is prolonged and the pain reduced.

Studies have proven that people who eat fruits and vegetables daily have their cancer risk slashed by about 50 percent. And I’m not talking about eating huge amounts of fruits and vegetables, but just meeting your daily requirement. It could be just having a glass of juice, once or twice a day. Read why your juices should be extracted using a gear juicer.

It is amazing what fresh fruits and vegetables can do, so do not underestimate the power of drinking a glass of juice (vary your juice) daily. Phytonutrients from the juice can reach every cell in your body to repair the damage, heal and nourish them.


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