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Thursday, 04 October 2018 09:29

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month - 2018

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Since this is Breast Cancer Awareness Month we want to promote anything that can effectively fight cancer off.
Good news: the low carb and high protein diet plan still keeps gaining popularity while many more benefits about it are now being discovered. People with diabetes and heart disease have already gained great health advantages from a low carb eating plan, and now even cancer patients could potentially benefit from a ketonic diet plan. 
Why would it potentially work fighting cancer? How does a low carb diet plan fight off cancer? 
  • The whole idea of eliminating refined and processed carbohydrates when afflicted with cancer, is that by eliminating carbs in the diet, this can crowd out any glucose usually produced by these carbs. The end result is that without refined carbs, it literally "starves" out the cancer cells (cancer "breeeds" on sugar) while allowing normal cells to live!
  • According to reputable holistic Dr. Mercola, animal studies have shown that mice fed a carb-free diet survived highly aggressive metastatic cancer even better than those treated with chemotherapy. 
  • Again, your normal cells have the metabolic flexibility to adapt from using glucose to using ketone bodies (from following a high protein, low carb diet). Cancer cells lack this metabolic flexibility, so when you eliminate carbs that turn into sugar, again, you effectively "starve" the cancer out. 
While you are in the normal diet plan to lose weight at CMWM (a low calorie version of the ketonic diet), we limit your fat to reduce calories, (encouraging unprocessed nuts and seeds, olive and avocado oils), but later on (Step 3) we encourage you to eat more beneficial fats that include organic coconut oil and even organic butter. And we always encourage a good portion of your protein to come from lean sources of organic protein (again to keep your calories down). Later your food plan would include more healthy organic fat, and vegetables. So stick with a low carb diet making sure you eat as clean as possible, and maybe cut back a bit on the protein and add in more healthy fats as a modification for cancer prevention if there is that need later on.
While this is just one step to possibly preventing cancer, don’t forget the other aspects of cancer prevention that are just as important: eliminate as many toxins in your environment and food sources, and of course monitor general healthy eating and lifestyle habits and how they impact your cancer risks. Check yourself for symptoms as well.
"You beat cancer by how you live, why you live and in the manner in which you live. " - Stuart Scott
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