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Sunday, October 6, 2013

New study shows eating right prevents cancer

Cancer Defeated Publications

New Study Shows Eating Right
Helps Prevent Pancreatic Cancer

    Your pancreas is a gland behind your stomach and in front of your spine. It produces insulin and other hormones that are essential to life. The pancreas also produces digestive enzymes you need to help your body break down food. You can't live without this organ.

    For this reason, cancer of the pancreas is one of the most dreaded types of cancer. It progresses fast -- and it's nearly always fatal (at least it is if you choose conventional treatments.)

    And don't count on early detection to save you. This important gland is hidden behind other organs, so it's hard to catch pancreatic cancer early. Doctors may not be able to feel tumors during routine exams.

    Also, symptoms of the disease, such as yellowing of the skin and eyes, abdominal or back pain, weight loss and fatigue are associated with other diseases. They don't instantly lead your doctor to suspect the pancreas.

    So, this is a tough cancer and you want to make sure you never get it. Here's something that will help. . .

Continued below. . .

Cancer -- Step Outside the Box

The secret to curing cancer:
You've been throwing it in the trash!
    In 1921, a British doctor discovered that members of a remote native tribe were almost totally cancer-free. But when members of this tribe move away from their native land and change their diet, they get cancer just like anyone else.

    It's all thanks to a food most of us throw away as waste — a food that's rich inamygdalin — what most of us call Laetrile.

    Click here now and watch a video presentation about this cancer breakthrough. One cancer expert calls this overlooked food "the key to curing AND preventing cancer" — and you can benefit now — without going to a doctor or buying expensive supplements. This little throwaway food tastes great. Bill Clinton, of all people, eats a certain amygdalin-rich food all the time, and so can you. Click here now to watch the video!
Cancer Defeated Publications

    Some encouraging news comes from a recent study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.

    A team of researchers from the NCI and other organizations studied more than 500,000 people aged 50 to 71 who were participants in a long-term study tracking their eating habits.

    The researchers compared their diets with the federal government's 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, which recommended plenty of fruits, vegetables, beans and whole grains.

    The government guidelines, updated in 2010, also suggested low-fat or fat-free dairy products and limited fat and added sugars.

    After following the group for 10 years, the investigators found that 2,383 of the 500,000 people in the study developed pancreatic cancer.

    They also discovered that people who most closely followed the 2005 dietary guidelines lowered their pancreatic cancer risk by 15 percent.

    The researchers cautioned that these findings need to be confirmed before they can say for sure whether certain eating habits reduce pancreatic cancer risk. They're being very cautious.

    As far as I'm concerned, the new study confirms again what's no surprise to readers of this newsletter: Your diet has a strong influence on whether you develop cancer.

    But the government's "Dietary Guidelines for Americans" aren’t the last word on good nutrition. From what I know about diet and cancer (which is quite a bit, if I do say so myself) — the fruits, vegetables and beans are probably the part of the government's recommendations that do the most good. The whole grains they recommend are certainly better than refined grains stripped of fiber and some nutrients. But carbohydrates in general should be kept to a minimum, even whole grains.

    Likewise, low-fat or fat-free dairy products are a dubious idea. The only kind of milk I mightrecommend would be raw, unprocessed milk, which is mighty hard to find. And their recommendation to avoid fats. . .hmmm. Well, it depends on the type of fat. Some fats are healthy (see our Issue #247) — healthier, in fact, than the carbohydrates the government recommends . Yes, fats are better for you than carbs.

    Summing up, the diet recommendations the NCI examined in this study ARE healthier than the standard American diet (SAD), which is so bad it amounts to slow suicide. I'm not surprised the recommended foods appear to lower the rate of pancreatic cancer, as this study indicates. But you can do even better.

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