Every single factor, from the environment to personal emotions can cause cancer, and nowadays, cancer is extremely widespread allover the world. 

That is why nutrition is the key for cancer prevention and keeping your body healthy.

Sugar- Cancer’s trigger

Dr. Otto Wartburg and several other health experts have been analyzing the correlation between cancer and sugar since the 1920s. 

However, many doctors omit to tell their patients that, as long as they keep on consuming sugar, fighting cancer will be a real struggle.

According to the German physiologist, leading biochemist, medical doctor, and Nobel laureate cancer cells can be effectively famished. 

Although it may not be the easiest procedure ever, it can turn into one of the most important factors in the fight against cancer.

The doctor’s theory was that malignant cells and tumor growths were a result of cells that produced energy via adenosine triphosphate (ATP) through a non-oxidative collapse of glucose (sugar). 

The reprocess of the metabolite from this process called glycolysis and the circulation of adhA back into the body, resulted in anaerobic respiration. 

In healthy cells the exact opposite situation occurs. 

Healthy cells, unaffected by cancer produce energy the body uses through the oxidative breakdown of pyruvate, the end product of glycolysis, which creates oxidized mitochondria. 

Therefore, the doctor summarized that cancer was indeed a mitochondrial disorder. Due to sugar fermentation, oxygen is prevented from normally regulating the respiration process in the body, which leads to change. 

In case sugar is removed, the body would be able to function properly and not develop cancer.

The correlation between sugar and cancer growth is definitely not recent.

Cancer triggers, full of refined sugar such as cakes, candies, cookies and others, can be easily deducted from the everyday diet of people. 

The issue lies in the packaging and labeling companies, who intentionally hide the refined sugar levels of the product. 

One of the “healthiest” products on the market such as yogurt, cereals, whole wheat or whole grain breads, and even ‘low-calorie’ products may be actually full of sugar.

Eradicating refined sugar products can be done but not using pre-packaged foods, and not eating out in restaurants – numerous dining premises collaborate with food suppliers that add a lot of sugar and salt to the products in order to make them more tasteful, but the truth is that the food brought to the restaurants is previously frozen and shipped across the country in trucks. 

Salad dressings can be full of sugar as well. Even just salad dressings can be loaded with sugar. 

To eliminate cravings for sugary foods, more plants and healthy animal proteins (aside from red meat) should be applied in our everyday nutrition.

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