Cancer tumors use glucose as their primary fuel for growing and spreading.
This discovery won the Nobel Prize in 1924, yet cancer doctors are still not condemning sugar and refined carbohydrates.
But if you have cancer, 95% of the sugar in your diet is routed directly to your tumor. The rest of your body starves, which is the ultimate cause of death in cancer patients.
Can eating too much sugar cause cancer? The answer seems to be yes.
Sugar, you see, is highly inflammatory, creating an overload of free radical molecules which damage DNA, initiating the cancer process.
In addition, high insulin levels are linked to many forms of cancer. So, whether you’re Type 1 or Type 2, your best anti-cancer policy is to lower both your glucose and insulin loads.
- Dr. Stefan Ripich, ND, CNP