As we told you last week, cancer cells have a massive dependence on sugar as a fuel source. The higher the blood sugar level, the higher the risk of cancer and every other disease.
What are we talking about when we say sugar? Sugar is white sugar; carbohydrates. And the biggest culprit of all is fructose corn syrup. Fructose corn syrup alone is destroying the health of the American people.
For a natural sweetener that will not raise your blood sugar levels, use stevia.
Cancer cells have a massive dependence on sugar as a fuel source. The higher the blood sugar level, the higher the risk of cancer and every other disease.
What do we mean by sugar? Sugar is white sugar, carbohydrates. The biggest culprit of all is fructose corn syrup. Fructose corn syrup alone is destroying the health of the American people.
Lemon juice with meals will eliminate the symptoms of stomach acidity and indigestion.
Acid reflux or GERD (gastro-esophageal reflux disease) is rarely due to “too much” stomach acid. Yes, contrary to mass advertising, antacids are bad for you and actually lead to stomach cancer.
A subclinical infection is an infection that can’t be detected by conventional medicine, but can wear you out and finally get you. It is an infection alright, and any infection is serious.
Antibiotics don’t seem to affect a subclinical infection. I had subclinical infection for years. I would spit up mucous four or five times a day just as if I had a chronic cold. No doctor could help me, nor did antibiotics or anything else.
There are many secrets about food and its methods of preparation, but none as sinister, perhaps, as the secret the U.S. Food and Drug Administration wants to keep from you. That secret involves genetically modified organisms in food crops. The food is altered at gene levels, but is not labeled as such on packaging and in advertisements for raw, prepared or packaged foods, as specified by FDA regulations.
The doctor crowd has succeeded in scaring the American people away from salt. Heart doctors deserve much of the blame.
Researchers have noted an increase in protection against cardiovascular disease when a little more than one traditional English pint of beer containing about 5 percent alcohol is consumed daily. The findings are similar to what was already known about wine: Drinking about two glasses per day for men or one for women reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease by up to 31 percent.
A behavioral study of Boston-area high school students supports the “Twinkie Defense” by providing a link between high levels of consumption of carbonated non-diet soft drinks and violent behavior in teens.
Adults may find it intuitive to choose larger portions of dishes, like salad, and smaller amounts of filling foods, like pasta or meat, when assembling a meal. But do children have the same common sense when it comes to portion sizes?