Avoid sugar intake if you have cancer

High sugar intake suppresses immune system

High sugar intake is also known to suppress the immune system, increasing the likelihood of bacterial and yeast infections, chronic viral illnesses, and even cancer. We know that Cancer's major fuel is glucose (sugar). So anyone who has cancer should avoid sugar as much as possible--which is hard to do since food processors add it to virtually everything, including salt.

High-sugar diets also increase insulin release. In high doses, insulin causes increased production of inflammatory chemicals in the body and interferes with several enzymes, one of which converts alpha-linolenic acid (flaxeed oil) into omega-3 fatty acid components EPA and DHA.

It is estimated that about 20 percent of Americans have a condition called reactive hypoglycemia: an over-reaction of insulin secretion when glucose is absorbed from the gut.

Health and Nutrition Secrets (that can save your life), Dr Russell L. Blaylock, MD

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