WeightLess Tonic and Preventing Cancer
WeightLess Tonic and Preventing Cancer
Cancer and Diet
“Saturated fat was not associated with the risk of breast cancer’ & ‘we found no positive association between intake of total fat and risk of invasive breast cancer”. Wolk, A. et al, Archives of Internal Medicine 1998; 158:41-45.
“We found no evidence of a positive association between total dietary fat intake and the risk of breast cancer. There was no reduction in risk even among women whose energy intake from fat was less than 20 percent of total energy intake. In the context of the Western lifestyle, lowering the total intake of fat in midlife is unlikely to reduce the risk of breast cancer substantially.” Hunter D. et al, New England Journal of Medicine, 1996; 334:356-61.
The risk of breast cancer decreased with increasing total fat intake (trend p 0.01) whereas the risk increase with increasing intake of available carbohydrates (trend p 0.002)” & “The findings also suggest a possible risk, in southern European populations, of reliance on a diet largely based on starch.” Franceschi S. et al, Lancet 1996; 347: 1351-56.
“Sugar consumption is positively associated with cancer in humans and test animals. Tumors are known to be enormous sugar absorbers.” – Sally Fallon, Nourishing Traditions 1995 Promotion Publishing. Beasley, Joseph D, MD and Jerry J Swift, MA The Kellogg Report, 1989 The Institute of Health Policy and Practice, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, 129.
“Johns Hopkins researchers have found evidence that some cancer cells are such incredible sugar junkies that they’ll self-destruct when deprived of glucose, their biological sweet of choice”…”Scientists have long suspected that the cancer cell’s heavy reliance on glucose, its main source of strength and vitality, also could be one of its great weaknesses, and Dang’s new results are among the most direct proofs yet of the idea.” – Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions’ news release: Shim H, Dang C, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 1998 Feb 17; 95(4): 1511-1516.
Diet a Factor in One in Three Cancers
1. During a recent European Conference on Nutrition and Cancer in Lyon, France, numerous studies under the heading European Prospective Investigation into Cancer (EPIC) were presented. EPIC linked dietary factors and lack of exercise to an increased risk of cancer and supported the long-held belief that some food could increase the risk of cancer, while other foods have a protective effect. An epidemiological study of the diets of more than 500,000 people from 10 European countries, EPIC has confirmed once again that eating vegetables and fruits can lower the risk of cancer.(1) However, the same study raised questions about the role of fats and animal products in cancer prevention. Unquestionably, all vegetables and fruits supply the phytochemicals and antioxidants that are protective for all diseases, especially cancer. However, gram for gram, vegetables yield a much higher antioxidant score than fruits do, without the high sugar content (glycemic load) of most fruits. Glycemic load is the amount of carbohydrate in a food that raises the blood glucose at a rapid rate, provoking an excessive insulin response. Previous research has also shown that a high glycemic load presents risk factors for obesity, which is in itself another risk factor for cancer.(2) Several abstracts presented at this meeting also identified insulin, insulin-like growth factors and carbohydrates as risk factors.(3,4,)
2. Other research presented at the Lyon conference showed that fiber is beneficial for reducing the risk of colon cancer and could cut digestive tract cancer by 10 to 50 percent.(5)
1. Bingham S, Day NE, Luben R et al. Plant polysaccharides, meat and colorectal cancer. European Conference on Nutrition and Cancer. International Agency for Research on Cancer and Europe Against Cancer Programme of the European Commission. Lyon, France June 21-24, 2001. Abstract # 0.21
2. Liu S et al.: Dietary glycemic load assessed by food-frequency questionnaire in relation to plasma high-density-lipoprotein cholesterol and fasting plasma triacylglycerols in postmenopausal women AM J Clin nutr 73 (3): 560-6, 2001
3. Kaaks R. Nutrition and colorectal cancer risk: the role of insulin and insulin-like growth factor-l. European Conference on Nutrition and Cancer. International Agency for Research on Cancer and Europe Against Cancer Programme of the European Commission. Lyon, France June 21-24, 2001. Abstract #0.14
4. Berrino F, Bellati C, Oldani S et al. DIANA trial on diet and endogenous hormones. European Conference on Nutrition and Cancer. International Agency for Research on Cancer and Europe Against Cancer Programme of the European Commission. Lyon, France June 21-24, 2001. Abstract # 0.27
5. Riboli E and Rorat T. Estimation of the proportion of cancers preventable by dietary changes. European Conference on Nutrition and Cancer. International Agency for Research on Cancer and Europe Against Cancer Programme of the European Commission. Lyon, France June 21-24, 2001. Abstract # 0.33
Herbactive’s WeightLess Tonic
Its value has been proved over the years. This tonic is organically made. The extracts are cold extracted in pure spring water as organic tinctures using organic ingredients. Shelf life indefinite no need to keep in the fridge. Keep it where you can best see it so you will take the prescribed dose every day. 500ml lasts a month.
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