I know someone going through cancer who asked her doctor about a certain food and was told that in moderation it was fine. I so wanted to say something, but a patient’s trust in their doctor is very important. But this is also showed me that I need to start sharing what I’ve learned.
I’ve invested countless hours on this research, and talked to a plethora of authoritative people on the subject.
For the Liver:
I’m starting every morning with the frozen grapes including seeds + a lemon + fresh baby spinach leaves + filtered water in my Vitamix. I read it’s good to start the morning with a lemon for the liver. (My breast cancer metastasized to the liver)
I end each evening with carrot juice, also very good for the liver. And all of the above are great cancer fighters, two of them are KILLERS.
I learned yesterday that grapefruit cleanses the liver, so I’m including that. Green tea is good for both for liver and cancer…I’m doing that.
Avocados are both good for the liver and cancer.
Walnuts are on the list for cancer and liver but they have to completely macerated. I have to experiment.
Apples. Calciferous vegetables, broccoli, cauliflower and Brussels sprouts…all dependent on if I can find them organic.
Cabbage…especially red cabbage.
I put the leafy greens in my drinks. Beet juice is also good for liver too. I can do beet juice only if I add pineapple. Another thing beet juice will do is lower the blood pressure within 24 hours. My husband, my best friend Lahoma and I did an experiment on this a couple of weeks ago.
Whole grains for liver…that one has me a little stumped since I don’t do many whole grain. I need to find a hot organic cereal with flax seed, etc.
The number 1 good food for the liver is garlic. We buy the jars of minced organic.
Five Best Cancer Killers:
1. Turmeric (Killer!)
2. Grapes with seeds (Killer!)
3.Green Tea (Killer!)
4. Tomatoes (Killer!)
5. Raw fruit and vegetables (Killer!)
Top Ten Inflammatory fighters
10 sweet potato
For protein:I use organic eggs, chicken and beef wild salmon, and mercury-free tuna. If it’s not organic or farm fresh without additives than no thanks. I occasionally use legumes, but not often and I need to adjust this behavior.
Why should you care about this if you don’t have cancer? They numbers suggest that 1 in every 2 men will have cancer in their lifetime, and 1 in 3 women. The current generation is the first who will not live as long or as healthy. Any suggestions or comments appreciated.