What you eat each and every day is the single most important part of any anti-cancer program.
But what exactly should you eat?
There’s a few different anti-cancer diets floating around these days, but they do have some things in common.
Watch my video to discover what a typical cancer diet looks like, and what that means you should eat:
Here’s links to Amazon for the diets and books I mentioned in my video:
- The Gerson Therapy @ Amazon
- The Budwig Diet @ Amazon
- The Robert O Young Diet @ Amazon
- The Cancer-Fighting Kitchen @ Amazon
- The Oh She Glows Cookbook @ Amazon
Here’s a link to Eating Vibrantly for raw, vegan and wholefood recipes:
- Raw, Vegan and Wholefood recipes @ Eating Vibrantly
And here’s a link to my article on the top 25 anti-cancer foods:
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What is the cancer diet?
What you eat is the single most important part of any anti-cancer program.
But what does that mean you should actually eat?
Let’s have a look at what a typical cancer diet looks like.
Hi. I’m Nikki, the Truth Fairy from Choosing Differently.
And I’m here to help you find YOUR way to heal cancer.
The only include certain types of food
So all foods that we eat can be described as either promoting cancer, causing cancer, interfering with treatments, they can strengthen the body to heal cancer, and they can work directly against cancer.
So all cancer diets tend to include the foods in those last two categories – foods that strengthen the body so it can work to heal cancer or foods that directly work against cancer with cancer killing compounds.
There’s lots of different cancer diets
There’s quite a few different cancer diets, some of which you might have heard of.
And they all have their own individual variations but at their heart they tend to be whole food plant-based diets.
What is a whole food plant-based diet?
What does that mean?
Basically the diets are based around eating lots of unprocessed fruits and vegetables as well as sprouts, leafy greens, and green grasses like wheat grass and barley grass.
And these foods are eaten raw, lightly cooked, juiced, and they provide lots of nutrients, lots of vitamins and minerals, lots of phytochemicals to help the body and also enzymes.
Other foods that cancer diets may include
Some of these diets may also include foods like whole grains and nuts and legumes.
And they all generally include lots of water to support the body in metabolizing, healing and detoxification.
You might see included in some of these diets things like probiotics from fermented foods or as supplements, enzymes from raw foods again or as supplements, vitamins, minerals, herbs and essential oils.
Cancer diets exclude certain foods too
A typical cancer diet doesn’t tend to include foods from the following categories: meat products, dairy products, refined sugars and carbohydrates, artificial sweeteners or processed foods of any kind.
Because these tend to fall into the category of cancer promoters, cancer-causing foods or simply foods that interfere with cancer treatments and make them less effective.
They’re not all the same
One thing to keep in mind is that not all cancer diets are the same.
They were designed by individual people under certain circumstances to achieve certain results, so keep that in mind as you’re looking through the different cancer diets that are available today.
Time to take action
So your next steps are:
- Take a look at your current diet and see where you could easily add more unprocessed plant-based foods to your day.
- Look at the processed foods you’re currently eating and see which of them you would be willing to let go. And
- Start exploring options for adding more plant-based whole food dishes to your general repertoire.
And I have three resources for you on that front.
Cancer Fighting Recipes
One is a great book called “The Cancer-Fighting Kitchen” which has a great collection of recipes specifically designed to support people going through cancer and cancer treatments.
The second is another great cookbook called “The Oh She Glows Cookbook“.
It’s not specifically to do with cancer but it’s a fantastic resource packed with vegan, whole food recipes.
And the third one is a site that I run called Eating Vibrantly.
It’s a blog where I share raw vegan and whole food recipes.
And I’ll put links to all three of these resources in the description of this video for you to check out.
The typical anti-cancer diet is whole food plant-based
So there you have it.
That’s the essence of the anti-cancer diet: whole food plant-based.
For more information, check out my article with the 25 top anti-cancer foods that includes recipes and a free anti-cancer recipe book that you can download.
And catch my next video to continue activating your body’s natural ability to heal.
Nikki H Stokes, The Truth Fairy
BSc (Hons) [Genetics], Grad Cert Comp, Prof Cert Astrology, Reiki Prac III, Six Sensory I, Matrix Energetics II