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The Ultimate Anti-Cancer Diet


For decades, people have tried to convince themselves that cancer has no cause, that it happens so abruptly and likely can’t be completely reversed after a diagnosis. Unfortunately, these individuals have fallen victim to the so-called health experts of the world who believe chemotherapy and other similar treatments are the only options to fight back against cancer. While these doctors and specialists work to fill their wallets, you could be making lifestyle adjustments to reduce your cancer risk and even possibly reverse the disease in its tracks instead.

According to the National Cancer Institute, dietary habits are highly associated with cancer risk. Certain artificial additives can increase your chances, while naturally occurring chemicals can enhance your overall health and strengthen your body to kiss all chances of cancer goodbye.

Let’s take a closer look at what you should avoid, plus what you should consume more of, A.K.A. the anti-cancer diet:

Say Goodbye to…
Artificial, non-living processed junk.

Sure, fast foods and microwave TV dinners are loaded with saturated fats, sugars and sodium that can contribute to a hefty waistline, but they’re doing more harm than that. Artificial sweeteners, such as saccharin, aspartame, acesulfame potassium, sucralose, neotame, and cyclamate are not safe for the body’s immunity. Meats, such as beef, pork, fish and poultry, cooked at high temperatures can produce levels of certain chemicals that have been proven to cause cancer in animals.

Fast food is loaded with harmful chemicals that can increase your cancer risk.Fast food is loaded with harmful chemicals that can increase your cancer risk.

Alcohol is associated with a heightened risk for numerous cancers as well. According to the American Cancer Society, alcohol use is linked to mouth, throat, larynx, esophagus, liver, colon, breast, pancreas and stomach cancer. Reduce your risk by eliminating alcohol drinking from your dietary habits.

Say Hello to…
Refreshing, lively plant-based options.

Following a diet that’s loaded with vitamins, nutrients and antioxidants can block the activity of dangerous free radicals that are usually associated with the development of cancer. Consuming only the most natural foods can promote your body’s self-healing ability and reduce your risk for living with cancer. Implement a variety of fresh, raw fruits and vegetables, organic whole grains, nuts and seeds into your diet and reap the benefits. If you’re currently living with cancer or want to reduce your risk for the future, we recommend the following tips while on the Hallelujah Diet:

  • Eat a large amount of leafy greens.
  • Consume a big vegetable salad with every meal, whether traditional or blended form.
  • Limit your fruit consumption to no more than 15 percent of your daily intake.
  • Add HydroBoost to purified water for additional protection against free radicals.

Try Our Cancer Rescue Plan
As stated previously, a clean, plant-based diet can vastly reduce your risk of cancer by fueling and strengthening your body with the core vitamins and nutrients it needs to support its incredible self-healing ability. By following the Hallelujah Diet and supplementing with the Cancer Rescue Plan, you can strengthen your immune system, increase your energy levels and support your body in maintaining healthy blood sugar levels.


  1. Connie Gesser February 28, 2018

    It is a good reminder to fill our bodies with the live natural food. It can be hard when we socialize with other people and unhealthy food is all around us. I appreciate the information about alcohol being associated with all those different cancers. So many other sources are saying alcohol is beneficial to our health.

    I’m still experimenting with ways to make a blended salad taste good. I know they are good for my body since they are easy to digest.

    • So true. I just finished an article about the seven benefits of drinking red wine. Hard to know what to believe.

  2. Carolyn B, Calhoun March 7, 2018

    Thanks for this blog. It is always good to be reminded about the foods NOT to eat as well as suggestions what would be great for your health. Great encouragement about the Cancer Recovery Plan.

  3. By limiting fruit intake to only 15% you are greatly reduce the bodies ability to consume enough calories on a raw diet. Grains were not consumed before the flood. They were too hard to digest and did not taste good. They only way you can eat them is to cook them or sprout them. By eating more fruits a person will enjoy this way of eating more and will stick with it. By eat more fruits will still heal your body and make you healthy and you can eat 100% raw vegan and consume enough calories to be a great weight and be completely disease free!

  4. Great reminder to eat healthy! Thank you!

  5. This is a great article and everyone must read it. However only about 1% will, the 1% that already familiar with. and that is unfortunate.

  6. A good article and informative that reminds us that we can stay healthy by eating living foods.

  7. Thank you for sharing this information with us. It is helpful to know which foods to avoid as well as which foods to include to help our bodies get the most benefit.

  8. Good day,
    Pls I need advise.
    I have a friend whose breast lump was removed August last year via surgery and since after she has not been able to walk with her legs.
    What might be the cause and what is the remedy?.
    Pls I need an urgent reply.
    Thank u.

    • Melody Hord February 4, 2020

      That is so sad. Do the doctors who did the surgery have any explanations?

  9. It’s amazing what a difference a good diet can make in our lives. Thank you for the reminder.

  10. Thank you so much for this great article. It’s indeed helpful.

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