Can Certain Foods Kill Cancer Cells as Well as Chemo?

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Everyone is looking for a way to prevent or beat cancer. Simply type in the words “natural cancer cure” into any search engine you will get millions upon millions of hits. Some of them are legitimate sites, but unfortunately many of them are not.

Some of the most common cancers are breast and prostate. Cancer is the second leading cause of death, second on only to heart disease, in the US. Only 4 types of cancer account for about half of all cancers diagnosed in the US: colorectal, breast, lung, and prostate cancer, not necessarily in this order.

The sad thing is that most people don’t seem to realize that preventing or beating cancer isn’t “rocket science.” You don’t need a miracle pill or a specialized tonic. All you really need is a diet that is based on a variety of raw, fresh, organic vegetables, fruits in a rainbow of colors, and some healthy fats. Of course eating this type of diet to stop cancer that has infested the body will depend on how healthy the body is, how far the disease has progressed, how readily the body can absorb and use the nutrients in these foods, and the state of the person’s immune system.

Foods such as leafy greens, avocados, red, green, and yellow peppers, all types of cabbage, berries, grapes, cauliflower, broccoli, dandelions, and more have all been shown in numerous research studies to prevent cancer in the first place, or to kill cells that develop. In fact, almost every single plant on this earth has some type of cancer fighting power. This is the problem with the modern day diet. It lacks what we need to fight cancer, which is why cancer rates are on the rise. Early man simply traveled the earth, getting tons of exercise, and stuffing their faces with all the goodness the earth had to offer, depending on the season, and they enjoyed wild meat when they could get it. Modern man lives on a steady diet of carbs, meat, sugar, and chemicals. It’s no wonder we have large numbers of people affected with chronic disease and cancer.

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