Finally…… Sugar Feeds Cancer! Posted on April 2nd, 2012
After being a voice in the dark for several decades about cancer cells being glucose supported, we finally hear it from the big boys. CNN’s health expert, Dr. Sanjy Gupta nails it with his recent CBS 60 Minutes interview with a number of top researchers who all blame sugar for the increased incidence of Adult Onset Diabetes, heart disease and …even cancer! I have been on the forefront of the alternative health movement for almost thirty years and I have been preaching to anyone who would listen, that sugar feeds cancer cells. In fact in 2003, I did a reading for one of the top researchers from one of the nation’s biggest pharmaceutical companies that produces many of the chemotherapeutic agents in circulation today. She concurred that “Yes, cancer cells are glucose supported but this fact is not widely discussed outside of scientific circles.” Why not? This piece of information could punch a huge hole in the lucrative cancer industry. But, because a cancer cell contains 16 more insulin receptors sites, it is proof that any fast growing cell needs sugar to grow and proliferate. Wake up people, cut down on the sugar and keep yourselves out of the cancer zone! Sugar (sucrose), fructose, high fructose corn syrup, alcohol, honey, maple syrup, processed fruit juice, and even agave nectar, are all sugars and they act in exactly the same way. Good idea to keep these sugar consumption to a minimum, and now this is confirmed by newsmakers.
Diabetes Statistics Look Bleak Posted on November 5th, 2010
According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, diabetes cases are predicted to double by 2050. Currently one in 10 adults in the United States has diabetes. Overweight Americans is the cause that is fueling the stark predictions which includes high risk minorities such as Hispanics and African Americans. Diabetes is the number one cause of blindness, kidney failure and amputation not to mention heart attacks and strokes. Diabetes is also linked to cancer, dementia and lung disease. The news is not pretty but in my opinion it is completely solvable. Adult onset diabetes or type 2 diabetes means just that – there is no adult present. The adult part of the person has completely abdicated responsibility for health maintenance and the “child” has taken over. Children love candy, desserts and soda pop. Excess sugar wreaks havoc on the pancreas, the organ responsible for blood sugar handling. The solution is easy. Cut back on refined starches and sugars, eat consistent protein through the day, add moderate daily exercise and take pancreatic and digestive enzymes to maintain healthy blood sugar levels. Who benefits from the diabetes epidemic? Drug companies and the big food giants benefit from your bad eating habits. They love it when you consume all that sugary cereal. They love it when you consume all those sweets and sodas. Food companies make billions of dollars off your cravings. Then the drug companies pick up the pieces. But what are you really craving? The pancreas represents “sweetness in life.” Anyone given a type 2 diabetes diagnosis should review personal levels of happiness and fulfillment. People use food to placate the “inner child” who may be craving love and meaning on a deeper level.