Sugar fuels cancer cells.
There is some excellent information in the article linked below, explaining how cancer cells are fuelled by sugar.
I always ask my patients how they changed their diet after being diagnosed with cancer. And their response is consistent – “I stopped eating sugar, preservatives and junk food”. They do that instinctively and after doing some research on their own.
What I find strange is that such simple advice is still not part of post-cancer counselling offered by conventional medicine. Sadly, I believe it’s partly due to the fact that there is no immediate monetary gain for the medical community and drug manufacturers if patients begin eating healthily and avoiding illness.
One of the best things you can do for yourself is to focus on reducing sugar from your diet. Don’t wait until illness sets in to make healthy changes.
My goal is to create or enhance wellness for my clients. Aging is a gift – we should do it in a healthy, happy way. As the saying goes, “If you think eating healthy is expensive, you should see the cost of being sick”.