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The Hidden Secret Has Been Uncovered: Cancer is not a Disease It’s a Business

| General Information, Health & Benefits, Viral | October 5, 2016


The Hidden Secret Has Been Uncovered: Cancer is not a Disease It’s a Business

You might not believe this but cancer is not a disease; it is a business.

Cancer has become widespread; it has affected the old, young, baby and everyone.

Sharing this wonderful post will expose many of the hidden hands of the world’s manipulators and annoy them.

Do you know that the book “World Without Cancer” has up till now been prevented from being translated into many world languages?

Know this: there is no disease called cancer. Cancer consists of only a deficiency of vitamin B17. It is nothing else.

Avoid chemotherapy, surgery and or taking medicines with strong side effects.

You would recall that in the past, quite a large number of seamen lost their life to a named disease (scurvy); a disease that took the life of numerous people as well. And a number of people got an enormous income from it. Afterwards, it was discovered that scurvy was just a deficiency of vitamin C. That means it wasn’t a disease (illness).

Cancer is also just like that! The colonizing world and the enemies of humanity established the cancer industry and made it into a business. from which they earn billions in income.

The cancer industry flourished after world war II. To fight cancer, all these delays, details and enormous expenditures are not needed. They only go to line the pockets of colonizers, especially since the cure for the condition was found long ago.

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The prevention and cure of cancer will be obtained simply through the following strategies:

Those who have cancer should first try to know what cancer is. Do not panic! You should investigate the condition.

Nowadays does anyone die of an illness called scurvy? No. Because it gets cured.

Since cancer is only a deficiency of vitamin B17, eating 15 to 20 pieces of apricot stone/nucleus (fruit stone) everyday is enough.

Eat wheat bud (wheat sprouts). Wheat bud is a miraculous anti-cancer medicine. It is a rich source of liquid oxygen and the strongest anti-cancer matter named laetrile. This matter is present in the fruit stone of apple and is the extracted form of vitamin B17 (Amygdalin).

The American medicinal industry has started implementing the law forbidding laetrile production. This medicine is being manufactured in Mexico and gets smuggled into USA.

Dr. Harold W. Manner, in a book named “Death of Cancer” has stated that the success of cancer treatment with laetrile is as high as above 90%.

Sources of Amygdalin (Vitamin B17)

The foods containing vitamin B17 include the following:

-The fruit stone or grain(seed) of fruits. This contains the highest amount of vitamin B17 in nature. This includes fruit stone of apple, apricot, peach, pear, and prune (dried plum).

-Common beans, corns(grains), which include bean, lentil sprout (lentil bud) Lima (Lima beans) and pea.

-Kernels: Bitter Almond (Richest source of vitamin B-17 in nature) and Indian almond.

-Mulberries: almost all mulberries such as black mulberry, blueberry, raspberry and strawberry.

-Seeds (Grains): sesame and linseed (seed of linen/flax seed).

-Groats of oats, barley, brown rice, groats of block wheat, linseed, millet and rye.

This vitamin is found in grains and fruit stones of apricot, brewer’s yeast, rough rice (paddy) and sweetmeat pumpkin.


List of Anti-Cancer Foods
•Apricots (kernels/seeds)
•seeds from other fruits like apples, cherries, peaches, prunes, plums, pears
•Lima beans
•Fava beans
•Macadamia nuts
•Bean sprouts

All are the highest sources of absorbable vitamin B17.



All berries
All berries
Ingesting dishwashing liquids (used in the kitchen) and hand washing liquid (used in the restroom) bis the main cancer causing factor so your eating of them should be restricted.

You will surely say that we do not eat them!
However, you daily wash your hands with hand washing liquid and wash your plates with dishwashing liquid.

The liquid is absorbed and will not leave the plate with washing. When cooking or eating food, the soap in the plate or dish gets attached to the hot food and so we end up eating the dishwashing liquid with our food. Even if you rinse the plate hundreds of times, that will be of no use.

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ajaxBut the solution is to pour half of the dishwashing liquid and hand washing liquid and top it up with vinegar.
It is as simple as that.

Do not eat blood cancer causing agents and also save your family from this danger.

Similarly, seriously desist from washing vegetables with even a few drops of dishwashing liquid because irrespective of how much you would rinse them, the chemicals would have already entered the tissues of the vegetable and will not get rinsed away.

Instead, soak fruits and vegetables with salt and then rinse with water. And to keep them fresh, add vinegar.




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OneStopCebu – Cebu Shape Up Coffee

| General Information, Health & Benefits | September 18, 2016

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How To Get Better Grades

| General Information | August 30, 2016


How to Get Better Grades?

Getting a better grade is what all the students aim, to belong on top 10, to be a dean’s lister, and most specially maintaining a good level of grade if you are a University Scholar. Doing so, sometimes is very tiring but ponder you do this because you wanted to achieve your ambition that you always dreamed off. Not to mention, parents are so proud seeing their children with that accomplishment.

To help you to conquer the hardship in school just follow every step, surely A+ is attainable.

1. Attend Every Class.


This technique is often overlooked. Some students might have trouble waking-up in the morning. Others may skip class to go shopping. For most students skipping an hour of class will require several hours of catching-up.

2. Sit in the Front row of the Class


We know sitting in the front of the class makes it harder to play footsie with the person next to you. But sitting in the front will help you to focus and pay attention while helping you to retain more information. It will also help the professor to get to know your face, which may lead to more charitable feelings when grading time comes. Professors are sometimes more lenient on students they know than the faceless students in the back of the class.

3. Ask Questions and Volunteer Answers in Class


Not only does this get more attention from the instructor, but also it helps to keep you from getting bored or falling asleep. The added benefit is that some Instructors give you extra credit for class participation whether they tell you so or not.

4. Finish Your Assignments On Time

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This often proves to be difficult due to conflicts with other classes, work and your social life. Students who manage to read their assignments on time retain longer and require less studying for exams. We know of a few students who kept up with all of the assignments and were able to skip cramming for final exams, much to the dismay of their fellow students. We’re not saying this is easy.

5. Choose Classes that you like and find interesting in the first place

Of course if you like a class and find it interesting, you’re more likely to pay attention without getting bored. You are more likely to remember the lectures and the readings. Choose to take classes with interesting lecturers, who help interest and motivate you.

6. Study a Little Bit Every Day

A young man with black hair, wearing a red shirt, doing his homework on a brown wooden desk with a green pen and pencil holder cup

It’s much easier to study a little bit every day than trying to get all of your studying done in one 10-hour study session each week. You may find that you have more free time to do other things without feeling guilty about a big pile of work waiting for you at home.

7. Know your Strengths and Weaknesses in Testing Types.

People vary in how they respond to various types of testing. Some do best at essays, while others do better with multiple choice or short answers. If you are given a choice of testing types choose the ones in which you excel. If you have a weakness in one of these areas, we suggest you learn what it takes to do better. Also make sure you clearly understand what criteria your professor uses in grading.

8. Start or Join a Group Study


When you have classes that involve complicated materials or have large volumes of reading, you should consider forming a study group with your peers. Quiz each other and explain things to each other. If there is a large amount of material you may want divide up the research and report back to each other. If you find that you are the one person in the group who knows much more than the others, You may still gain much from the study session. You will be practicing formulating your ideas. So even if you help bring your classmates from a C to a B, you may bring yourself from a B to an A. However, if the tests are highly competitive and graded on a curve, then you need to weigh the value of your study group. Make sure you leave yourself time to study on your own.

9. When You Study Set Goals and Take Breaks.

Figure out how much work you need to do and how long it will take to do it. Set yourself the goal of completing a certain amount of work and then taking a study break. When you are studying, be very focused on studying. When you take your breaks, get up, walk around, get the blood flowing in your body and brain. If you are studying with a friend, hang out, talk, and socialize. Its harder to take breaks if you leave all of your studying to the last minute hand find yourself cramming like crazy in a 7 hour study session, but it still helps to clear your head. Measured study with break gets the most done without burning you out.

10. Study in a Chair at a Table



Do all your reading, writing and studying at a table, sitting upright in chair. Be sure to have good lighting, fresh air and fluids nearby. This is the number one most important technique to getting more out of studying and getting better grades. So many people lay on the floor to study, sit on a bed to study or recline on the sofa to study. If you are lying down, chances are, you’ll get sleepy and fall asleep. When you are lounging, your mind drifts out of focus. When you are sitting upright, in a well-lit room, your studying will be the most focused. Every hour of studying this way could be worth two hours of studying on the bed or sofa. That means more time for fun.

Good Luck. People we know with good study habits are less stressed and require less cramming before exams. They tend to get better grades too.











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Brain Healthy Foods

| General Information, Health & Benefits | August 30, 2016


It is true that as we aged our body ages too, however there some tips to maintain a smart intellect. Below are the list of foods that can help us. Adding these superfoods to your daily diet to achieve and maintain a healthy functioning brain.



“Brainberries” is what Steven Pratt, MD, author of Superfoods Rx: Fourteen Foods Proven to Change Your Life, calls these tasty fruits. Pratt, who is also on staff at Scripps Memorial Hospital in La Jolla, Calif., says that in animal studies researchers have found that blueberries help protect the brain from oxidative stress and may reduce the effects of age-related conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. Studies have also shown that diets rich in blueberries significantly improved both the learning capacity and motor skills of aging rats, making them mentally equivalent to much younger rats. Ann Kulze, MD, author of Dr. Ann’s 10-Step Diet: A Simple Plan for Permanent Weight Loss & Lifelong Vitality, recommends adding at least 1 cup of blueberries a day in any form — fresh, frozen, or freeze-dried.
Wild salmon

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Deep-water fish, such as salmon, are rich in omega-3 essential fatty acids, which are essential for brain function, says Kulze. Both she and Pratt recommend wild salmon for its “cleanliness” and the fact that it is in plentiful supply. Omega-3s also contain anti-inflammatory substances. Other oily fish that provide the benefits of omega-3s are sardines and herring, says Kulze; she recommends a 4-ounce serving, two to three times a week.


Nuts and seeds

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Nuts and seeds are good sources of vitamin E, says Pratt, explaining that higher levels of vitamin E correspond with less cognitive decline as you get older. Add an ounce a day of walnuts, hazelnuts, Brazil nuts, filberts, almonds, cashews, peanuts, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds, flax seed, and unhydrogenated nut butters such as peanut butter, almond butter, and tahini. Raw or roasted doesn’t matter, although if you’re on a sodium-restricted diet, buy unsalted nuts.


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Avocados are almost as good as blueberries in promoting brain health, says Pratt. “I don’t think the avocado gets its due,” agrees Kulze. True, the avocado is a fatty fruit, but, says Kulze, it’s a monounsaturated fat, which contributes to healthy blood flow. “And healthy blood flow means a healthy brain,” she says. Avocados also lower blood pressure, says Pratt, and as hypertension is a risk factor for the decline in cognitive abilities, a lower blood pressure should promote brain health. Avocados are high in calories, however, so Kulze suggests adding just 1/4 to 1/2 of an avocado to one daily meal as a side dish.

Whole grains


Whole grains, such as oatmeal, whole-grain breads, and brown rice can reduce the risk for heart disease. “Every organ in the body is dependent on blood flow,” says Pratt. “If you promote cardiovascular health, you’re promoting good flow to the organ system, which includes the brain.” While wheat germ is not technically a whole grain, it also goes on Kulze’s “superfoods” list because in addition to fiber, it has vitamin E and some omega-3s. Kulze suggests 1/2 cup of whole-grain cereal, 1 slice of bread two-thee times day, or 2 tablespoons of wheat germ a day.




Beans are “under-recognized” and “economical,” says Kulze. They also stabilize glucose (blood sugar) levels. The brain is dependent on glucose for fuel, Kulze explains, and since it can’t store the glucose, it relies on a steady stream of energy — which beans can provide. Any beans will do, says Kulze, but she is especially partial to lentils and black beans and recommends 1/2 cup every day.


Pomegranate juice


Pomegranate juice (you can eat the fruit itself but with its many tiny seeds, it’s not nearly as convenient) offers potent antioxidant benefits, says Kulze, which protect the brain from the damage of free radicals. “Probably no part of the body is more sensitive to the damage from free radicals as the brain,” says board-certified neurologist David Perlmutter, MD, author of The Better Brain Book. Citrus fruits and colorful vegetables are also high on Perlmutter’s list of “brainy” foods because of their antioxidant properties — “the more colorful the better,” he says. Because pomegranate juice has added sugar (to counteract its natural tartness), you don’t want to go overboard, says Kulze; she recommends approximately 2 ounces a day, diluted with spring water or seltzer.
Freshly brewed tea

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Two to three cups a day of freshly brewed tea — hot or iced — contains a modest amount of caffeine which, when used “judiciously,” says Kulze — can boost brain power by enhancing memory, focus, and mood. Tea also has potent antioxidants, especially the class known as catechines, which promotes healthy blood flow. Bottled or powdered teas don’t do the trick, however, says Kulze. “It has to be freshly brewed.” Tea bags do count, however.

Dark chocolate

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Let’s end with the good stuff. Dark chocolate has powerful antioxidant properties, contains several natural stimulants, including caffeine, which enhance focus and concentration, and stimulates the production of endorphins, which helps improve mood. One-half ounce to 1 ounce a day will provide all the benefits you need, says Kulze. This is one “superfood” where more is not better. “You have to do this one in moderation,” says Kulze.

















source: Eat Smart For  a Healthier Brain

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Foods To Improve Memory

| General Information, Health & Benefits | August 25, 2016

Foods To Improve Memory

The way in boosting memory and brain function encourages good blood flow to the brain — much like what you’d eat to nourish and protect your heart. A recent study found that the Mediterranean Diet helps in keeping aging brains sharp, and a growing body of evidence links foods like those in the Mediterranean diet with better cognitive function, memory and alertness.

Strengthen Recall by Adding These Foods To Your Diet


Getting adequate vegetables, especially cruciferous ones including broccoli, cabbage and dark green leafy veggies, may help improve memory. Try a raw kale salad or substitute collard greens for the tortilla in your next sandwich wrap. Broccoli stir-fry is also an excellent option for lunch or dinner.


Especially dark ones such as blackberries, blueberries and cherries — are a rich source of anthocyanins and other flavonoids that may boost memory function. Enjoy a handful of berries for a snack, mixed into cereal or baked into an antioxidant-rich dessert. You can reap these benefits from fresh, frozen or dried berries and cherries.

Omega-3 fatty acids

Essential for good brain health, omega-3 fatty acids, docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) in particular, may help improve memory in healthy young adults. “DHA is the most abundant fatty acid in the brain. It makes sense that if you have higher levels of DHA in the blood, then the brain will operate more efficiently,” says Andrea Giancoli, RD, registered dietitian and past Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics spokesperson.

Seafood, algae and fatty fish — including salmon, bluefin tuna, sardines and herring — are some of the best sources of omega-3 fatty acids. Substitute fish for meat a couple of times each week to get a healthy dose. Grill, bake or broil fish for ultimate flavor and health. Try salmon tacos with red cabbage slaw, snack on sardines or enjoy seared tuna on salad greens for dinner. If you don’t eat fish, discuss supplementation with your doctor or registered dietitian nutritionist. You can get omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil, seaweed or microalgae supplements.

Walnuts / Nuts

Well known for a positive impact on heart health, walnuts also may improve working memory. Snack on a handful of walnuts to satisfy midday hunger, add them to oatmeal or salad for crunch or mix them into a vegetable stir-fry for extra protein.

These foods are not just good for the brain, they sustain a healthy heart and all parts of the body. While there’s no guarantee that these foods will help you remember where you put your keys tomorrow, over time they can support lifelong good health.








source: Foods to help Boost your memory

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Food Nutrition and Cancer Prevention

| General Information, Health & Benefits | August 25, 2016


 Food Nutrition and Cancer Prevention

Many foods have long been studied to find out if they increase the risk of developing cancer cells or can help prevent it. This includes several types of food and parts of foods:

Plant-based foods, including naturally-occurring chemicals called phytochemicals such as:

Carotenoids this can be found in red, orange, yellow, and some dark green vegetables.

Polyphenols  which can be found in herbs, spices, vegetables, green tea, apples, and berries.

Allium compounds which are in chives, garlic, leeks, and onions.

Antioxidants such as beta carotene, selenium, and vitamins C and E.

Other vitamins and minerals, such as calcium, vitamin D, and B vitamins

Dietary fiber such as oats, rye, cereals.

Protein in meat, poultry, fish, egg, and cheese.

Foods and their cancer connection

Finding a specific link between a food or part of a food and cancer is difficult. There are many challenges:

Foods contain many things that may contribute to cancer prevention.

Most people eat and drink a variety of foods, creating interactions that are challenging to study.

Sometimes foods have different effects on the body depending on how much you eat.

Some research shows that a food’s preparation may influence its risk or benefits.

Plant-based foods

Fruits and vegetables probably protect against several cancers, including mouth, throat, voice box, esophagus, stomach, lung, pancreas, and prostate. These findings come from the American Institute of Cancer Research (AICR) and World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF).

It is likely that the various phytochemicals in fruits and vegetables work together to lower cancer risk. Some help regulate hormones, such as estrogen. Others slow cancer cell growth or block inflammation. Many lower the risk of damage caused by oxidants, such as tobacco or ozone.

Here is some information about specific plant-based foods that have been researched as way to prevent cancer:

Cruciferous vegetables. These foods are likely to protect against some types of cancers. They include broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, bok choy, and kale. A protective effect has been shown for cancers of the mouth, pharynx, voice box, esophagus, and stomach. Several laboratory studies suggest that cruciferous vegetables help regulate the body’s complex system of enzymes that defend against cancer. They also show that parts of the vegetables can stop cancer cell growth. However, these may not work the same or as well in people as in laboratory studies.

Lycopene. This carotenoid is found in tomato products, such as tomato sauce. Other important sources of lycopene include pink grapefruit, watermelon, and apricots. Studies show that it may protect against several cancers. These include lung, stomach, prostate, colon, oral, and esophageal cancers. But researchers have not yet found a direct link between eating lycopene and lowering cancer risk.

Soy and breast cancer. Some laboratory studies show that soybean products may help protect against some type of cancer. But clinical studies have since more clearly determined their role in cancer prevention.

The relationship between soy, which contains phytochemicals, and breast cancer risk is especially complex, and research study results are conflicting. Some studies suggest that soy may act like the hormone estrogen. This may be a concern for women with estrogen receptor–positive breast cancer, which is fueled by estrogen.

Current evidence suggests that eating normal amounts, such as three servings each day, of soy foods such as soy milk and tofu is unlikely to increase the risk of breast cancer growing and spreading. However, taking concentrated isoflavone pills and powders is not recommended.

Vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants

Your body needs vitamins and minerals to perform essential functions, grow and develop, and repair itself. Research on whether they prevent cancer continues, with mixed results. Some vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients help protect your body against damage from oxidants. They are called antioxidants.

A review of clinical trials in people shows the following:

Beta carotene. High-dose supplements with beta carotene do not seem to prevent cancer. In studies of current and former smokers, high-dose beta carotene supplements actually raised lung cancer risk.

Calcium and vitamin D. The Women’s Health Initiative (WHI) was a large study of women who had been through menopause and were generally well nourished. Researchers found that supplemental calcium and vitamin D had no effect on the number of new diagnoses of colorectal cancer.

Folate. Folate is a generic description of a B vitamin that is found in foods such as leafy, green vegetables, fruit, and dried beans and peas. One form, folic acid, is made in the laboratory. It is found in supplements and fortified foods, such as breads and cereals. Studies show that people with low levels of folate have an increased risk of breast, colon, and pancreas cancers. So far, studies in people have not shown a relationship between folic acid and cancer prevention.

Multivitamins. A few studies have tested whether taking a multivitamin reduces your risk of cancer. Generally the studies have not shown a protection. But one study showed that people who took multivitamins for more than 10 years had reduced polyp formation. Because polyps are linked to colorectal cancer risk, this study suggests a multivitamin might reduce colorectal cancer risk. But these are difficult data to interpret. Usually the healthiest people who get regular cancer screening are also the people taking multivitamins.

Selenium. In a laboratory study, selenium supplements did not prevent a second skin cancer in people who already had the disease. But it did lower the new cases of prostate, lung, and colorectal cancers. In some studies, selenium has been linked to an increased risk for diabetes. So be cautious about considering supplements that contain selenium.

Vitamin C. Some research studies show that higher amounts of vitamin C in the diet can lower the risk of stomach cancer. But the results have not been consistent.

Vitamin E. A large clinical trial called the Selenium and Vitamin E Cancer Prevention Trial (SELECT) tested the relationship between vitamin E and prostate cancer. Updated results showed that participants who took vitamin E had an increased risk for prostate cancer.

Dietary fiber

It comes from the outer layer of grains and is found in fruits, vegetables, legumes, and nuts. Fiber helps add bulk to stool and move food more quickly through the digestive system. Fiber is in certain foods, such as:

Whole grains, including barley, oats, kamut, spelt, bulgur, corn

Whole grain bread and pasta

Legumes and pulses, including black beans, garbanzo beans, lentils, and split peas

Vegetables and fruits

The AICR/WCRF study found that foods containing fiber are linked to a reduced risk of cancer, particularly colorectal cancer.


Meat, fish, poultry, shellfish, cheese, and eggs are the major sources of animal protein in most diets. Of those, red meat and processed meat are most often studied as risk factors for cancer. Most of the studies suggest that people who eat more red meat have a higher risk for developing colorectal cancer than those who eat less red meat. But avoiding processed meats is even more important. The AICR/WCRF study found that eating processed meat, such as hot dogs, bacon, and salami, increases the chances of colorectal cancer. The study found that people can eat up to 18 ounces (oz) of red meat a week without raising cancer risk. Try meatless meals and limiting red meat intake to 18 oz a week or less.


Sugary drinks, full-fat dairy products, and high-fat meats can all add extra calories that lead to obesity. Obesity is linked to increased risk of many cancers. Check with your health care team for more information about whether your weight is affecting your health and cancer risk.








source: Food and Cancer Prevention

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Breast Cancer Diet Foods

| General Information, Health & Benefits | August 25, 2016


Guidelines for Healthy Eating of Breast Cancer Survivor

There are no food or dietary supplements that will act as “magic bullets” to prevent breast cancer from returning. National Cancer Institute guidelines for cancer prevention can be used to decrease the chance of a breast cancer recurrence. These guidelines include:

  • Increase intake of fruits, vegetables and whole grains
  • Decrease fat intake to less than 30 percent of calories
  • Minimize intake of cured, pickled and smoked foods
  • Achieve and maintain a healthy weight
  • Alcohol consumption should be done in moderation.

Fruits, Vegetables and Whole Grains

Fruits, vegetables and whole grains are known to contain phytochemicals with antioxidant, antiestrogen and chemopreventive properties that may prevent cancer. We recommend five or more servings of fruit and vegetables daily. Cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, cauliflower, kale, cabbage and brussels sprouts) are especially rich in phytochemicals. Extensive research has been conducted at Johns Hopkins Medicine regarding the nutritional value of broccoli sprouts.

Whole grains are unprocessed foods that are high in complex carbohydrates, fiber, vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals. High fiber intakes may have a positive benefit by altering hormonal actions of breast cancer and other hormonal-dependent cancers. Daily fiber intake should be 25 to 35 grams of insoluble and soluble fiber.

Whole Grains Food


Green leafy vegetables

Beet greens

Cruciferous Vegetables
Brussels Sprouts
Bok choy
Mustard greens

Umbelliferous Vegetables

Allium vegetables

Lima beans
Dried beans (kidney, mung, pinto, black-eyed peas)

Solanaceous vegetables
Nightshade family:

Cucurbitaceous vegetables
Gourd family:

Cancer-Fighting Phytochemicals by Food Source
1. Sulforaphane
Broccoli sprouts

2. Isothiocyanates
Cruciferous vegetables

3. Phenolic compounds
Garlic, green tea, soybeans, cereal grains, cruciferous, umbelliferous, solanaceous, cucurbitaceous vegetables, licorice root, flax seed

4. Flavanoids
Most fruits and vegetables (cruciferous, garlic, citrus fruits, caraway seeds, umbelliferous, solanaceous, cucurbitaceous vegetables, sage, camphor, dill, basil, mint)

5. Organo-sulfides
Garlic, onion, leeks, shallots, cruciferous vegetables

6. Isoflavones
Soybeans, legumes, flax seed

7. Indoles
Cruciferous vegetables

8. Carotenoids
Dark yellow/orange/green vegetables and fruits

Healthy Body Weight

Obese women have higher levels of circulating estrogen than women at their ideal body weight. Many studies have demonstrated an association between body mass size and breast cancer in postmenopausal women. Weight reduction through a healthy diet (five small meals; more fruits, vegetables and grains; less meat, dairy, fats and sugar) and exercise.

Alcohol Consumption

Several studies have shown an association between alcohol consumption and breast cancer. Alcohol’s role in the development of breast cancer remains unclear. Dietary guidelines suggest that a woman consume no more than one drink per day. Women diagnosed with breast cancer may want to consider avoiding alcohol.











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Cancer Patient Diet

| General Information, Health & Benefits | August 21, 2016

Cancer Patient Diet

Cancer Patient Diet


Cancer patients should avoid stringent food restrictions

Since cancer treatments often cause side-effects like nausea and taste changes leading to a loss of appetite, it is important that patients don’t have too many dietary restrictions imposed on them.

“The strategy is to serve them their favourite foods without too much fuss on the finer aspects of a healthy diet. Yet, it is preferable to avoid excessive intake of salt, sugar and oil,” Ms Chang explains.

A good diet for a cancer patient contains a mix of vegetables and meat, and avoids extremely sweet and oily foods. Preferred cooking methods are steaming, boiling, and stir-frying rather than deep frying, grilling, barbequeing and baking.

A balanced diet should provide the body with proteins (to build tissues, prevent infection, heal wounds and maintain a healthy immune system), carbohydrates and fats (energy sources), vitamins and minerals (for proper growth, body functioning) and, most importantly, plenty of water and fluids to prevent dehydration.
Foods to include in your diet as a cancer patient:


Tomatoes, carrots, peas, pumpkin and turnips for vitamins and fibre
Tomatoes, tomato puree and parsley (especially good for prostate cancer patients)
Cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage contain plant chemicals that can convert bad oestrogen into good oestrogen, and hence reduce cancer risk as well as the risk of a relapse
Asparagus and Brussel sprouts for their rich antioxidants
Bitter gourd for lowering blood sugar levels
Green leafy vegetables for calcium and iron

Oranges provide vitamin C
Bananas, kiwi, peaches, mangoes, pears and strawberries for vitamins and fibre
Avocadoes, guava, apricots, figs, prunes and raisins for energy

Lean meat, fish, poultry, eggs, tauhu and taukwa
Dairy products, nuts, dried beans, dhals and chickpeas
Fish and soy foods (especially good for prostate cancer patients)

Rice, noodles, chapatti, wholegrain bread and pasta
Wholegrain crackers, oats, corn, potatoes, beans and dairy products
Honey, consumed in moderation for its anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties which may help in preventing infections
Foods to avoid as a cancer patient

Deep fried, grilled, barbequed, baked meats since subjecting animal protein to high heat creates carcinogenic byproducts called heterocyclic amines
Excessive intake of salt, sugar, and oily foods
Red meat and processed meats such as bacon, ham, sausages
Preserved foods like pickles, jams, kiam chye (salted mustard green), and century eggs as they contain nitrites which are carcinogenic
Minimise alcohol
Additionally, cancer patients should avoid excessive intake of vitamin supplements, as they act as antioxidants and can interfere with chemotherapy when taken in large doses.

Other diet tips for cancer patients

A healthy diet is even more important for cancer patients, so it is important to eat well even if you don’t always feel like it.

Be open to trying new foods. There may be a silver lining: Due to taste changes, foods you never liked before may taste good during treatment!






















Source : Cancer Patient Diet

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Drinking water in the morning

| General Information, Health & Benefits, Viral | August 19, 2016




It is popular in Japan today to drink water immediately after waking up every morning. Furthermore, scientific tests have proven its value. We publish below a description of use of water for our readers. For old and serious diseases as well as modern illnesses the water treatment had been found successful by a Japanese medical society as a 100% cure for the following diseases:

Headache, body ache, heart system, arthritis, fast heart beat, epilepsy, excess fatness, bronchitis asthma, TB, meningitis, kidney and urine diseases, vomiting, gastritis, diarrhea, piles, diabetes, constipation, all eye diseases, womb, cancer and menstrual disorders, ear nose and throat diseases.


As you wake up in the morning before brushing teeth, drink 4 x 160ml glasses of water
Brush and clean the mouth but do not eat or drink anything for 45 minutes
After 45 minutes you may eat and drink as normal..
After 15 minutes of breakfast, lunch and dinner do not eat or drink anything for 2 hours
Those who are old or sick and are unable to drink 4 glasses of water at the beginning may commence by taking little water and gradually increase it to 4 glasses per day.
According to the Japanese Medical Society, the above method of treatment will cure diseases of the sick and promote a healthy life
The following list gives the number of days of treatment required to cure/control/reduce main diseases:

High Blood Pressure – 30 days
Gastric – 10 days
Diabetes – 30 days
Constipation – 10 days
Cancer – 180 days
TB – 90 days
Arthritis patients should follow the above treatment only for 3 days in the 1st week, and from 2nd week onwards – daily


























source: https://www.quantumbalancing.com/japanwatercure.htm

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