Cancer-Fighting Foods



every care of a cancer patient should be integrated and one of the components in the care of cancer patient its integrity medicine every single patient takes some sort of medicine beside what the oncologist prescribed either they don't trust their conscience or they just want to be sure we have here da da masala she's passionate she knows what she's talking about she's been through the journey and she will tell us about Integrative Medicine by the way she's also part of the ASCO integrity American Society of Clinical Oncology integrative medicine committee thank you all for being here this morning and you know my role as a physician it really energizes me to have this ability to sit with my patients and teach them how to live a healthy lifestyle and then sit back and watch them transform their life and then receive that aha moment of feeling fully alive and that's what we're gonna talk about today and you know this passion of mine started when I was actually a very young child I remember sitting at the Today Show with Willard Scott and he would host the 100th masterpiece birthday and he would show these people that just knew how to live they were vital they were well preserved in this intrigued me so much that I knew I wanted to go into medicine someday and figure out what is what is it that these people do that allowed them to get to this this position in life so I went on to medical school I started with naturopathic training and then on to osteopathic school and during my first few weeks of training I started not to feel well I went to see many many doctors and they said this happens to all medical students it's called psychosomatic you're experiencing the symptoms that you're studying I went on well my symptoms got worse I was eventually diagnosed with stage for cancer given three months to live and I underwent four months of chemotherapy a bone marrow transplant radiation all while in school but cancer for me was a teacher of life and that's why I'm so passionate about why I'm here today so it was so interesting though is during my treatment particularly my transplant I was in the room and I'd look out to the other rooms because back then you're kind of the girl in the bubble and I was there for a month and everyone else looked really unwell but I didn't think I looked unwell I didn't see myself as sick I didn't see myself really as that patient I just knew I had to be there for my treatment but I kept on living and so I learned a lot along the way I learned a lot from medical school but I think I may have learned more as a patient and the World Health Organization gets this and in 1948 they said health is a state of complete physical mental and social well-being not merely the absence of disease so all too often I have cancer patients come and see me and they get this they're healthy sometimes I see patients who are high-risk patients who are more sick than any of my people with cancer so no matter where you're at in your life we really want to focus on the balance of health so why is it that so much in medicine goes like this the faucet is on the drain is plugged and the water is going all over the floor so in medicine were really great at mopping up the floor and we need to be and you know what in fact without this we wouldn't be carrying cancer this is our chemotherapy our radiation are surgery our immunotherapy we heard about earlier today we need these treatments we shouldn't use natural therapies to replace that because without that we cannot ensure you a cure but if we blend these therapies together that's where it becomes magical and in fact we know that about 30% of the most common cancers are preventable that's very very important that's important for those of us in the audience who haven't had cancer but that's important for those of us that have because we need to reduce the risk of recurrence as well as reduce the risk of secondary cancers so at Mayo Clinic we know the importance of this and that is why we offer an integrative oncology program the definition of integrative oncology as patient-centered evidence-informed field of cancer care that utilizes mind and body approaches to helping cancer patients natural products and lifestyle modification alongside this is not replacing but alongside conventional cancer care the integrative oncology aims to optimize health quality of life as well as clinical outcomes across the cancer care continuum to empower our patients to be more well than they were even before their cancer so I want to talk a little bit about science and the rest this is really gonna be all about lifestyle but I have to touch on this so does anyone know what telomeres are okay so telomeres are the caps on the ends of our DNA they're very similar as to the caps on the ends of shoelaces so if you walk all day and your shoelaces are underneath your shoe what happens that telomere or in this case in the shoelace is gonna uneventful don't take good care of our bodies if we don't exercise if we don't eat right if we're stressed out if we drink if we smoke the same things gonna happen to our telomere it's gonna fray it's gonna shorten in 2008 there was a study from Dean Ornish this study was really interesting it showed that when these telomeres shorten word an increased risk of cancer if we get cancer it's gonna progress and we have increased risk of death from cancer so dean ornish took this information and he took prostate cancer patients and he initiated extreme lifestyle change they did a plant-based diet they exercised as dr. Rizzo said 30 minutes a day but the most important part of this study I feel is what very few people do they meditated or prayed for 60 minutes every day and they had a 60 minute opportunity to go with a social group that did the very similar practice of praying and meditating together what Dean Ornish shows in this study is not only did he halt the shortening of that telomere and people with cancer it actually got longer that means he was actually increasing their lifespan so that the science behind what we're going to talk about but this is the problem our diet is sad the standard American diet no longer does our food even look like food it doesn't come from farms it comes from factories and there's so many molecules in food nowadays artificial sweeteners colors preservatives we eat low-fat fat-free why we just need to go back to the basics so what is the world's most healthy diet the Mediterranean diet according to the u.s. news report in 2018 again the Mediterranean diet comes at the top of the list the reason I talk about the Mediterranean diet is we know it's very pivotal when it comes to cancer as well as reducing other diseases the Mediterranean diet is again gonna focus on that plant-based diet that dr. Dean Ornish used with his telomere study focusing on the value of vegetables fruits whole grains legumes and nuts on the Orlando news this morning as I was getting ready there was a study on nuts and the importance of nuts in the prevention of cancer and if you have two servings and nuts a week you'll reduce your risk of cancer we know this whole foods are important replacing butter with healthy fats like olive oil and instead of using salt may be used herbs and spices that'll be better for your blood pressure to limit red meat let's try not to eat red meat more than once a week and let's increase our consumption of wild fatty fish getting fish in your diet at least two days a week enjoy enjoying your meal with family and friends all too often now we're eating on the go eating in our car or eating with our phone texting we need to get back to having the family meal at night and then part of the Mediterranean diet is also exercising I know a few of you are thinking well what about the wine in the Mediterranean diet well we're going to talk about that because that's one part of the Mediterranean diet we do want to step back from so if I don't put this slide and I'm gonna get a question on it so what is my thought in the Paleo diet and the ketogenic diet I don't like restrictive diets I think they're hard to comply with and I think they're dangerous particularly the Paleo diet it eliminates grains and fruit I think patients need fruit there's many studies that show that fruit even maybe more so than vegetables it reduces the cancer risk and then we look at the ketogenic diet or the ketogenic diet is eliminating many of the same things where the ketogenic diet is actually limiting all fruits the Paleo diet I'll let you have some fruits like berries but it is eliminating sweet fruits as well so my problem is these diets are eliminating important foods both of these diets eliminate grains we know that grains and the fiber from grains can reduce cancer so let food be thy medicine let medicine be thy food Hippocrates the first doctor 3,500 years ago said this he knew it way back then but in our translation of Sciences we've forgotten a lot we know that food has phytonutrients these phytonutrients are medicinal chemicals and our food that can help to fight cancer here is our first group we're gonna talk about my favorite cruciferous vegetables how many of you have had cruciferous vegetables in the last 24 hours broccoli kale brussel sprouts good so we know that cruciferous vegetables have lots of vitamins minerals and fiber the phytonutrient in our cruciferous vegetables is glucosinolates when you chew the cruciferous vegetables it's going to release these phytochemicals called indole-3-carbinol and sulforaphane these are extremely bioactive chemicals that help us in the fight against cancer they have strong antioxidants anti-inflammatory and detoxification of harmful substance such as carcinogens hi director hi director hi dietary intake of these cruciferous vegetables is associated with a lower risk of breast ovarian endometrial prostate stomach pancreas colon lung and liver cancer so eat your cruciferous vegetables daily carotenoids there's over 40 to 50 carotenoids in your diet carotenoids give fruits and vegetables that bright orange and yellow color and even the green color such as kale that's part of a carotenoid some of the most studied carotenoids we know of our alpha carotene beta carotene ludian and lycopene again like the cruciferous vegetables very strong antioxidant values we know that in dietary studies showing individuals that have higher carotenoid intake there's a decreased risk of cancer oops sorry so I had a question even before the presentation today because they saw this X through beta-carotene we don't want beta-carotene as supplements we're talking about getting these nutrients from your food when you get beta-carotene through a supplement when we started off we talked about how there's 40 to 50 carotenoids in your diet so if you take only one beta-carotene you displace the body's ability to absorb the others and that could be very harmful there's been studies that have showed it can actually increase the risk of cancer in men who are smokers or have recently smoked it increases the risk of lung cancer we also know that beta-carotene supplementation has shown an increased risk of the most aggressive prostate cancers in addition and clinical reviews show that beta-carotene actually increases the risk of cardiovascular mortality blueberries we know berries should be part of your diet every day raspberries strawberries strong antioxidant properties and the phytochemicals or anthocyanins and terrorist's pterostilbene we know that these pigments are what impart this anti-cancer value in lab and animal studies we show that these particular phytonutrients stop the growth of precancerous cells increase cancer cell death and inhibit the growth of blood vessels that tumors rely on to grow so it's very important to include this food group in your diet daily mushrooms mushrooms are a superfood true medicinal value that are showing significant value and properties in the laboratory studies we're now doing we know that these mushrooms particularly asian mushrooms reishi shiitake and maitake enhance immune response in cancer patients we're seeing these particular bioactive substances actually augment the effects of some chemo therapies and they may enhance the effects of radiation therapy there has been a few caught documented cases of livered some increased liver enzymes you would want to be careful with doing too high of a dough if you were taking this an extract form but again going back to the diet dietary sources and mushrooms are very very good for you so enjoy them in your diet and your cuisines one thing I do encourage my patients to do with mushrooms is to always cook mushrooms there is a substance that could be found on mushrooms it's a relative of a hydrazine which is a carcinogen carcinogenic chemical when you heat this it's heat labile so it dies so cooking mushrooms is important does anyone know what this is you probably do because it's on your coffee is there turmeric turmeric is a known spice we use in cooking and the active chemical in turmeric is curcumin this is the most common supplement I see my patients using nowadays because it's really been advertised in social media and in different health magazines laboratory animal studies certainly are extremely promising to show that has many anti-cancer effects as you can see listed here we also see that like the mushrooms the curcumin oi products may enhance the effects of some chemo therapies and radiation however there's a big concern we have with Kirk humanoid use during chemotherapy and the problem is is there are some chemo therapies that curcumin can actually deactivate such as cyclophosphamide and there are others because it goes through a very important pathway that many of our drugs utilize for metabolism so this is a substance when I am working with my cancer patients that I ask them to stop during active treatment in survivorship I think this is a very valuable supplement I do think dietary sources are also to be encouraged but it is hard to get enough in your diet from absorption so bottom line take-home messages don't use during chemotherapy unless your oncologist says it's okay and survivorship it may be something that's valuable particularly if you have a high risk of pancreatic cancer because of genetic mutations we did do a study at Mayo Clinic where we saw some modulation of the pancreatic cancer tumor marker green tea I think green tea is very important part of our diets again with green tea I really tend to encourage the use of green tea and survivorship I am a little bit shy during chemotherapy because green tea does have very bioactive chemicals if you're on volcanoes used for some of our myeloma Xin lymphomas you do not want to drink green tea same thing with coumadin green tea can help and generally antagonize coumadin so again food is medicine so you have to be careful with some of these agents not to overdo it if you're on certain therapies so be sure to talk to your doctors but in survivorship I do encourage my breast cancer patients to enjoy green tea if they don't like it I don't push them into it but if they enjoy it I want them to enjoy three to five cups a day this studies at this point are really an animal research the human studies have been inconsistent to date but the animal studies are very favorable so greens a lot of my patients come in and they wear this badge of honor saying I don't do any carbs I don't do any grains say well why they're actually very good for you and we know that we want you to get 30 to 40 grams of fiber a day and grains are a great source of fiber grains are also a great source of selenium which has a lot of anti anti-cancer properties and we know that selenium can help to reduce radiation toxicities so I want my patients to get whole grains the fiber in the whole grains is very good for you fish we talked about this early on when we mentioned the Mediterranean diet wild fish is a very important part of your diet and we know that individuals with optimal levels of omega-3 fatty acids have been shown to reduce the risk of colon and breast cancer and reduce the risk of renal cell carcinoma recurrence we've also seen that fish oil improves the chemotherapy effects and overall survival as well as maintains muscle mass in patients with non-small cell lung carcinoma there has been a study that showed that in prostate cancer patients with the highest omega-3 levels that they had a more aggressive form of prostate cancer so it goes back to everything in moderation no one should be doing what's called orthomolecular or super high doses of any one thing receive your fish in your diet two to three times a week I do see the benefit of fish oil supplementation for some patients you want to be cautious with fish oil if you're on blood thinners particularly if you're having more than 4,000 milligrams of fish oil a day when looking for a fish oil supplement if your physician says it's good for you to be on a fish oil supplement you want to combined EPA DHA supplement that's a high quality supplement flaxseed oil is another way to get omega threes this would be your primary vegetarian source of omega-3s also very good for you so many patients ask me should I eat organic and I say if you can it's gonna allow you to not be exposed over 400 pesticides that are in our traditional produce there's no research to support or validate that there is more nutritional value and organic foods but the thought is is maybe there is the research hasn't come that way yet but if these plants have enough strength to live in the environment I guess against the elements then what the thought is is that their phytonutrients are a little stronger and that's in fact what's fighting off the organisms that aren't eating those organic produce so if you can buy organic produce it may be safer because you're avoiding some of these pesticides the Environmental Working Group does not have the 2018 list out as of yet but the 2017 list is attached here the Dirty Dozen list are the twelve vegetables and fruits with the highest pesticide count that if you have the opportunity to buy them organic maybe are the ones you should focus on versus the clean 15 list those are the ones that really you probably don't need to buy organic because the pesticide count seems to be relatively low anyways here is the website for you there is an app you can download on your phone and you can pull it up when you're at the grocery store so red meat processed meat processed meat does cause cancer that's a strong word but it does the research tells us this in red meat probably causes cancer so this is why we want to limit the consumption of red meat the World Health Organization says that eating 550 grams of processed meat a day such as two slices of bacon increases the risk colorectal cancer by 18 percent what about grilling the majority of everyone here is prey from Florida so we're getting antsy where we grill out every night so grilling actually increases these chemicals polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and heterocycle ik amines what happens is when you cook meat on very high temperatures the hemoglobin in the meat breaks down into these products which are carcinogenic so we want to be very careful we know that these particular compounds increase the risk of breast colon prostate pancreatic stomach cancers and we know that if the food is cooked to the point that it's very black and charred it increases its risk three to five times higher so as you heard dr. Jane comment on the fact that sugar is what drives our cancer molecules and that's why they can pick up these cells when they do this special molecular imaging sugar maybe it does increase our cancer risk how many pounds of sugar do you think the average American eats in a day and this is refined sugar not sugar from fruit how many people think 10 pounds a year how many people think 50 pounds a year how many people think a hundred and seventy pounds a year it's 170 pounds a year the average American consumes sugar so that's a problem because sugar has been shown to increase risk of prostate colorectal and pancreatic cancers and one study showed that the consumption of these high sugar loads increased prostate cancer by 26% rectal cancer 44% in pancreatic cancer by 41% so we need to look at our labels and if the label under the ingredients says sugar it's probably not the best thing sugar comes in many disguises so be critical when you read that label now if you read a label and it has the fact that has dates and prunes that may be a little more natural when you look under the label you may see that two bars have exactly the same amount of sugar grams but if the one bar that you're looking at has all natural substances going into it like the whole fruit that's going to be okay what we don't want is for patients to have sugar cane juice fructose corn syrup so I do have to mention the slide about the healthy gut microbiome I think this is an important part of our overall wellness we know that we can get a healthier microbiome in the gut from prebiotics meaning eating lots of fiber that we talked about earlier from vegetables onions garlic asparagus leeks and yams from probiotics foods like yogurt kefir kefir and lacto-fermented products like sauerkraut and kimchi and flavonoids from those brightly colored vegetables and fruits we talked earlier so what about probiotics supplementation I think it's probably good for a lot of patients if you're on active chemotherapy and your cell lines are becoming at the point that your neutropenic speak with your oncologist some oncologists are not comfortable with their patients being on probiotics during that time but otherwise I think it's something to consider particularly if you are using antibiotics on a rotating basis or more frequently than others with probiotic supplementation what I recommend is rotating the brand so you get a different strain of probiotic maybe every month okay so dietary supplements really I don't encourage dietary supplements as a whole I really want my patients to get their vitamins and nutrients from their diet I do say that there is one limit to that and that would be vitamin D we know that vitamin D and cancer research seems to be important but you need to have your doctor check your vitamin D level so the serum 25 hydroxy vitamin D should be in the range of 35 to 50 50 seems to be about the sweet spot so ask your doctor if you haven't had your vitamin D level checked yet have that level checked if you're less than this number perhaps vitamin D supplementation is right for you we want to be very careful of dietary supplements I have people come in all the time bringing in these special labels these special boxes bags of supplements because they think that's gonna fight and ward off cancer and that's generally not the case I get very concerned about products of multiple ingredients in particular and please know that the majority of dietary supplements do or can have interactions with your conventional chemotherapy and current cancer treatments alcohol do you drink it well let's rethink it because we know that alcoholic cause seven cancers we know that 5.5 percent of all new cancer occurrences in five point eight percent of all cancer deaths or because of alcohol directly so for men you should definitely not drink more than two alcoholic beverages a day and for women less than one a day the problem is a serving size and the majority of my women are enjoying wine daily now it's an epidemic I'm dealing with and so some of them get I've a little bit frustrated when we talk about the subject because they don't want to give it up it's a social part of their day and their enjoyment and pleasure but if it's wine it's less than five ounces a day which is a very small pour if it's liquor it's less than 1.5 ounces and if it's beer it's a normal-sized beer for men you are allowed to have double that amount I had one woman almost got hostile with me at one presentation she said I was being sexist and I said it's actually how you're you you metabolize the alcohol is differently from men and women within the alkali dehydrogenase enzyme so dr. Rizzo talked about this sitting for many hours a day is an independent risk factor for breast for cancers we know in particular when individuals sit for longer than two hours for any one interval it definitely has been shown in research to increase the risk of endometrial and colon cancer 31.5% of cancer survivors haven't exercised in the past 30 days that's concerning I won't go into too much detail here because dr. Rizzo went in such beautiful detail about the benefits of exercise but we know that exercise is very important for cancer patients survivors and loved ones everyone should exercise 30 minutes a day at least six days a week some cancers require more breast cancer you want to have at least three hours of exercise a week colon cancer 6 hours a week these particular cancers do require that increased metabolic equivalent for the true risk reduction what I see in my patients is that when we give them the true recommendation they generally are more motivated to meet that goal especially when they see the robust effects of such sleep is a third pillar of Health we've talked about nutrition we've talked about exercise so I can't forget about sleep sleep is ever so important the goal is about eight hours the day if you snore your doctor should probably check you for sleep apnea its sleep hygiene is very important sleeping in a cool dark room without the TV on Kim and my LT can be a really relaxing ritual before you go to bed and I like melatonin if my patients are having issues with cancer associated insomnia it is something that I have implemented but again you would want to speak to your physician 47% of our waking hours are like this we're so distracted we don't even hear the important conversations anymore but then we add this and it disturbs this process even more so how do we get back to this because really we're fighting through cancer to live to be with our loved ones but during the journey if we phase them out and we don't experience these special moments then that's a problem so there's many mindfulness experts that are around and this is a new buzzword every magazine once a month has an article about mindfulness there's everything from you know mindfulness exercises to mindful eating to mindful walking so pretty much you've probably become experts in this on your own just from your resourcefulness Jon kabat-zinn was really the mindfulness based stress reduction leader here in the United States and you'll see here that he feels mindfulness means paying attention on purpose and non-judgmentally to be in the present moment well here we see here that state nan Han Peace Prize winner we see that mindfulness for him is keeping one's consciousness alive again to the present reality so it's the same thing same thing time and time again Andy Putin calm he is founder of headspace he found headspace over ten years ago and several years ago after he was founder of headspace he was diagnosed with testicular cancer but he too is very active in the mindfulness movement dr. Amit Sood row this lovely book called stress free this book taps into the importance of mindfulness based living so let's just think back 24 hours for each of you individually how many of us felt extremely distracted in the last 24 hours yeah it's common right how many of us just go to see about the were able to focus and you didn't get easily distracted so you did pretty good did anyone feel consistently undistracted kind non-judgmental presence that's the goal so assess where you are now and let's see if we can make some changes we know that there's science behind this and we know that there's science that can benefit cancer patients when it comes to mindfulness based stress reduction for all of our newly diagnosed breast cancer patients we offer them mindfulness training at the time of their diagnosis we see this is very very important we know that meditation can change the brain and places that are important for focus empathy and compassion this study here implemented functional MRI these patients did a functional MRI before and after the study the study included 40 minutes of meditation daily and we see in these areas that show this enhancement which you're able to learn all about radiology from some of our previous lectures that this is where the brain is more active as a result of this meditation so this is a learned skill that can be easily transferred to ordinary activities because a lot of you are probably thinking why don't have 40 minutes a day how am I going to do this but you do have time when you're walking when you're sitting when you're eating when you're breathing when you're answering the phone or even preparing for a meeting and it can help you to reset and really be present enjoy the day and even be more productive in what you're doing what about movement meditation things such as yoga tai chi chi-gong or progressive relaxation the Society of integrative oncology strongly recommends these mind-body attempts to improve well-being we know that for cancer patients it improves depression anxiety chronic pain and overall quality of life there was a recent study with lymphoma patients that showed it improves sleep quality so we know that these movements that include breathing exercises and meditation are very very valuable acupuncture is a is a service we offer to our patients at Mayo Clinic acupuncture involves the use of very small thin needles like a monofilament almost as thin as a hair it stimulates different points on the body that are known to stimulate the flow of internal energy known as Chi this stimulates the body's natural ability to heal we know that through evidence-based research that acupuncture can improve chemotherapy induced nausea and vomiting cancer associated pain dry mouth from radiation migraine nerve pain from rape from chemotherapy fatigue hot flashes and night sweats overall well-being swelling of the arm or extremity following removal of lymph nodes called lymphedema anxiety depression and even help with tobacco and alcohol cessation so how does acupuncture really work or is this just hocus-pocus well here's one of the very common points we use in our acupuncture at Mayo Clinic for our breast cancer patients this is a stomach 36-point it's in the anterior leg on the tibia and what we see here at the bottom is your bottom left I'm sorry how to think too I guess it's my bottom left you because I'm looking but I'm thinking the opposite so the bottom left side of the slide here what we're looking at is these areas of activation in red and these areas of deactivation in blue so we can see it's actually doing different things at different places in the brain and we know this stomach 36-point stimulates energy immunity and helps digestive disorders we have seen tremendous value of decreasing adverse effects to therapy with the use of acupuncture and our integrative medicine program acupressure is something patients can do if they do not have access to an acupuncturist there are some programs that offer trained therapists to do this but this is also something patients can learn it's nothing you can hurt yourself in doing so there there is a point called the p6 point and it comes just to fingertips down in the middle of your of your wrist and this is an important point for chemotherapy associated nausea and vomiting seasickness or if you just get travelers nausea when you're flying they sell these special bands you can find online or even at Walgreens and basically acupressure is a way of using some of those same acupoints that they use for acupuncture but without the needle we saw a six weeks self-administered patients doing it themselves relaxing acupuncture improve fatigue sleep quality and overall quality of life compared to usual patients and breast cancer and then lastly is medical massage this is another therapy we offer to our patients to help with overall relaxation reduction in anxiety and depression there are many studies showing the benefits of medical massage we also see the reduction in cancer related pain we've been doing research in our inpatient setting where we implement massage therapy to patients in the hospital we're seeing a 60% reduction in pain scores compared to the use of pharmacologic pain medications alone improve sense of well-being improved energy enhanced immune function we see in cancer patients were actually able to stimulate their immune system with massage myofascial release and again improvement of lymphedema like we saw in acupuncture so in closing let food be your medicine and medicine be your food exercise daily savor the moment be present and feel fully alive thank you very much [Applause]

32 Comments

  1. I’m never getting cancer to eat to much food

  2. No offense but corn has a high level of gmo

  3. Sour Honey kills cancer okay by 🌚👍

  4. Rest in the good news

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  6. I dont have cancer or anything i just came here to wish everyone who has cancer a good luck and i wish you all the best

  7. Stick into plant base. No meat, no preservative, no processed foods. Olvie oil was not healthy at all it was the plant base that elimimate diseases.

  8. I'm Old so I remember when giving an rubbing alcohol massage to patients in the hospital used to be a routine/daily part of care. It helps with soreness, it's calming, human touch is soothing, and it stimulates circulation when you're mostly bed-ridden.

  9. Agree with the Mediterranean diet with very small amounts of wine. Forget the meat and fish . Too much Methionine (cancer feeding) and not needed . Like my Scottish granny said "You are what you eat". Avoid most of the interior rows at the grocery store !

  10. What about sarcoma patients?

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  13. Ragi / finger millet is also beneficial for cancer patients … Have posted a good recipe on my channel … Plz do include that in your diet …

  14. Yeah. All nice and well but we have to unfortunately die of something.
    So what do we die off naturally if it was not from cancer? 🤔

  15. Cancer the giant crab

  16. I was an unhealthy child ,but once I saw this… I changed my mind to be a Vegetarian

  17. As a patient with stage 3 leukemia, I follow this diet without protest

  18. A true fact baking soda and dandilions kill cancer cancer cannot live in alkaline state proven baking soda is cancer killer your body at7.4 alkaline state cancer dies and cannot reproduce

  19. Thanks for sharing your great effort video , yes that’s right fresh organic fruits and vegetables are excellent medicine ,natural foods Excellent god bless

  20. Avoid sugar…

  21. superb lots of people die from cancer great to see these videoes

  22. Please pray food my friend in Mexico, her name is araseli in Spanish. She has a form of cancer in her throat. I ask only prayers for her pls. She is a wonderful person and she has a 2 yr old daughter that both yet gave memories to make. I ask for prayers as soon as possible pls. Thank u very much and GN

  23. I am Patient of blood canser.will you help me out tell me how am I ear.

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  25. Very Mainstream. I think I would go to True North. Vegan plant based is what I do now. Love it.

  26. The only reason there is no cure yet is because of cancer research. It’s the biggest scam out there. It’s not even that complicated when you think about it.

  27. My grandma ate a mediterranian diet and diet of lung cancer. She did not exercise much though. I prefer a vegan diet. Trying to cut down on the sugar, salt and oil.

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  29. Someone said. Nothing can kill him if at all he’s taking 10 bottles of beer and 2 packets of cigarettes. I pity you. You are writing a clean letter to DEATH. I will forever appreciate Dr andryey for helping my family. You can also contact him for more lectures and fast healing From any kind of diseases. [email protected] gmail

  30. Stop hiding the truth apricot seeds everyone do your own research and try it what do you have to lose if you are already dying

  31. Raw or cooked cruciferous vegetables?

  32. Thank you

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