posted on Feb, 23 2014 @ 11:16 PM
reply to post by Night Star
There are a few foods in this group and there are different groups for different cancers. I found this from studying some of the chemotherapy drugs.
Thyme and rutabaga also work. So does parsley. All these things need to be included in the diet occasionally to help us fight cancers. There are
four or five ways to help fight cancer when it is small. What we are told is good for us is not always good, if you fight cancer to agressively it
will weaken our response to fight other diseases. I also have to research the heat liable and heat stability of these chemicals. It is just one way
to help protect us from cancer.
I actually ran across this information while researching how to try to fix my hypoglycemia. I am not interested in their fix though, they try to kill
off the pancreatic cells. I would rather try to moderate the hypoglycemia instead of destroying cells.
Be careful not to eat too much celery, it can lower blood pressure to dangerous levels. If you have high blood pressure, a little of this a day
helps. Parsley shares some of the same effects as celery. Celery leaves have different properties than the stocks. Think about some of the old
recipes out there, ones we have discarded because people discovered something new. Celery and onions should be in stuffing along with poultry
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