posted on Aug, 4 2018 @ 10:49 AM
If a person eats a lot of fats, they produce androgens which cause problems. Androgens are lipid based like estrogen and testosterone. moderation in
fat consumption helps to reduce risk. Most cancers use sugar as fuel, but hormones are also involved via their relationship to lipid based hormones.
There are a lot of variables with this, it would take me a lot of paragraphs to explain different possibilities.
So don't overeat sugars and carbs and do not overeat fats. Moderation is key to keeping cancer risk down. Some berries and veggies have some cancer
preventive qualities but there is a big difference between them, the parsley family of foods is a decent anticancer chemistry. I am not buying the
cruciferous veggie anticancer crap, yes, for some people with high methylation, it does help them, but for many with undermethylation it is bad
because of the goiterogenic effects causing reduced eneergy of the immune system.
I would rather consume anthrocyanins in berries than isothiocyanates in cruciferous. But occasionally eating cruciferous veggies is not a problem,
eating them every day is not good.
Make chicken soup from scratch and eat a few times a week. Use some cabbage in that soup and plenty of celery, but not cellery salt. The anticancer
properties of celery salt comes from the leaves and stalks, the root has way less and has some chemicals that are not tolerated by many people in it's
It is better to do a little diet change to lower your risk than to get prostate cancer.
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