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Why Don’t Doctors Tell Their Patients About Nutrition Therapy for Cancer Treatments?

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When you start to research the industry of cancer treatments, it can be a bit confusing to understand why doctors make certain recommendations. There are many benefits to modern medical care for a number of health problems, but too often the natural and dietary methods are overlooked.

Researchers are finding more information that link nutritional factors with the development of cancer. But, the problem is that most doctors aren’t educated in these topics. Generally, doctors will turn to medical interventions and medications, because they don’t realize that there are other dietary options that need to be considered.

Does Diet Impact the Development of Cancer?

The truth is that diet and lifestyle choices play a direct role in the development of cancer cells within the body. If you want to prevent cancer or heal from cancer, then you need to take a close look at your dietary habits. Many Americans are living with nutritional deficiencies, but they don’t realize that these deficiencies are leading to a number of health concerns. The most common nutritional deficiencies among the American population include vitamins B12, D, and C, as well as iron, magnesium, and zinc.

From day to day, the cells within your body are dying off and being renewed. It is estimated that over 300 billion cells die each day, and your body uses the nutrition from your food to rebuild and repair. But, if you aren’t providing the nutrients that are needed to support health, then it means that the new cells will be sicker and weaker than the previous cells. Putting the right nutrition into your body has a direct impact on the way your body can produce healthy cells.

What Should You Eat to Prevent Cancer?

If you want to learn more about supporting your health and preventing disease and illness, then you should take a closer look at the creation. Remember that our bodies were created by God: man was made from the dust of the earth, and God gave him the breath of life.

God’s original intention was for the human body to be nourished by the things of the earth, such as fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds. Later in the scriptures, there are verses that talk about the consumption of meat as well, but Genesis 1:29 covers the details of His original plan for nutrition.

The plants in the Garden of Eden were grown in nutrient-rich soil, and the human bodies received high levels of nutrition from the food that was consumed. As a result, there was no sickness, and people lived for a very long time.

God doesn’t make mistakes, so if you want to improve your health then you should consider the steps that should be taken to go back to His plan. Stay away from the processed foods that are created by man, and instead of focus on highly nutritious foods from the earth. For example, make sure that you incorporate a healthy salad into your meal plan every day. We have plenty of delicious salad recipes here on our website, including the popular Hallelujah Blue Salad.

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  1. Hitoshi Yamada December 11, 2015

    Dear Sir:
    I taught several friends to juice carrots. Few of them later told me that they were told by their care givers not to drink carrot juice because it has too much sugar for their diebetic condition. What would you advise? Hitoshi Yamada

    • arrot juice has well over a 50-year track record of nourishing the body in such a way that it can rebuild and overcome the most serious of physical conditions.

      The Gerson Institute has been using eight 8-ounce glasses of carrot juice (with about 1/2 Granny Smith Apple to a glass) for over 50 years in successful treatment of terminally ill cancer patients.

      Rev. Malkmus has used carrot juice for decades now on a daily basis (except when traveling and unable to juice). The body seems to be well adept at handling the natural occurring sugars in carrot juice.

      We know of no scientific evidence to support the idea that the sugar content of the juice has a negative impact on the body. We have received many testimonies from diabetics who were able to get on the diet with the carrot juice and with in a few weeks were off of medication with blood sugar normal.

      In our Carrot Juice Glycemic Index Study (conducted by Hallelujah Acres Foundation) we determined the glycemic index of carrot juice to be 86. This is in the medium range. However, the glycemic load from an 8-ounce serving of
      carrot juice is actually quite low, coming out to HALF of the glycemic load from eating two pieces of bread and about the same as eating a medium
      apple or orange.

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