Pass It On: Links About Cancer 10/01/2015

This post is part of a section on my blog called “Pass It On”. It’s a collection of links that I am passing on to you for your reference. I’ll post into this section about once a month. If you find something interesting then…pass it on!

Natural Ways to Fight Cancer

Pickles make great snacks, satisfying food cravings without throwing off your daily intake of calories, fats, sugars or carbohydrates. Like most fermented foods, natural pickles provide probiotic benefits. Unfortunately, most commercially sold pickle brands contain high fructose corn syrup and/or food dye. Read More

  Lycopene is the cancer-fighting antioxidant that makes foods like red grapefruit red, and heat makes it more readily absorbed. Tomatoes, red peppers and watermelon are also healthy lycopene foods. Try broiled red grapefruit for a simple dessert or grill a veggie kabob that includes tomatoes and red peppers. Read More

Operating under a recently passed law by the European Union that allows individual member countries to “opt out” of GMO cultivation, Scotland and Germany announced their decision to forbid the planting of Monsanto’s GM corn, also known as MON810. Read More

Plants have been used for thousands of years for medicinal purposes. Most medicine is derived from plants before they are laced with synthetic chemicals by pharmaceutical companies. You can cut the middle man out and grow medicinal plants in your very own garden. Read More
Pesticide regulations in the U.S. are well behind much of the rest of the industrialized world. This is mostly because agrichemical corporations like Monsanto have too much influence in Washington, but also because pesticide regulation in the U.S. does not adequately account for things like additive and synergistic effects. Read More

Medical Information

“Giving patients COX inhibitors like aspirin at the same time as immunotherapy could potentially make a huge difference to the benefit they get from treatment. Read More

Along similar lines, I now want to delve into the cancer therapy of “German Genius”, Dr. Johanna Budwig, whom I will classify as the “Wickenheiser of Alternative Cancer”. Read More

Prins and Liau used a technique called engineered adoptive T cell transfer, which involves extracting and growing immune cells outside of the body, then reprogramming them with the gene for a T cell receptor . Read More

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  1. but be careful with grapefruit – it contains a substance that can potentiate certain medications, leading to overdoses in your body

    • yes, very true – in fact, before I was on the blood pressure meds I am currently on, I used grapefruit to lower my blood pressure. Then when I started them my doctor warned me of that. 🙂

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