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    Cure Cancer and Heart Diseases- The Healthy Way


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    Cure Cancer and Heart Diseases- The Healthy Way

    Post by mrsamct on Mon Aug 22, 2011 2:11 am

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    Of all the fatal diseases that plague mankind, we have been able to at least find preventive methods for a large number. However, some still remain `un-cracked mysteries’. Research worth millions of dollars and hundreds of thousand of man-hours is being carried out across the globe for years now, but the riddle has still not been completely solved. Most such diseases do not seem to have a complete cure and any amount of medication can at best delay the inevitable. So what can be the solution? One thing that all experts agree on is that we can prevent most fatal diseases by carefully monitoring our lifestyle.

    Cancer, for instance, is not an external disease, it occurs when than intrinsic part of your won system decides to malfunction; hence, internal cures and prevention should be a part of our lifestyle. Heart diseases can be large prevented by a regulated lifestyle too. Diet and lifestyle is our only defense from such a situation.

    There are examples of affliction free societies, and their lifestyle seems to be the secret of this blessing. The tribes of Navajo Indians, the Hunzas and the Abkhasians, for instance, have never known what it is to face death because one of the cells of one’s body has decided to break free, has chartered its own course and has started a mini revolution inside the host human body. They have never known what it is to writhe in debilitating pain or asphyxiate to death because the lungs have been choked up with a pulmonary carcinoma. The secret? Their diet.

    Yes, these tribes seem to have the solution of a very painful problem in their apparently uncivilized lifestyle. These people eat the fruit kernels. The solution has been too simple, staring at us under our civilized, intelligent noses, yet we refuse to acknowledge it. There have been murmurs of dissent, some researchers have even tried to disprove this fact but it stays.

    The fact is that the apricot kernel has an abundance of vitamin B 17, and so have the seeds of apple, peach, cherry, orange, nectarine and apricot. It is also found in some varieties of beans and many grasses, such as wheat grass, that forms a part of the diet of these societies.

    So the next time you throw away the pit of an apricot or the apple pips, think twice, you are throwing away a good chance of a cancer cure!!! The seeds of apples, apricots, cherries, peaches, plums, nectarines, carry nitriloside in concentrations as high as 2-3%, and its most common derivative, amygdalin occurs in the kernels of seeds of practically all fruits, often in the extraordinary concentration of 2 to 3 per cent.

    The interesting fact is that if we look closely, most precious natural products come with excellent protective casings. It is nature’s way of gifting us foods with ability to fight disease. But we have educated ourselves to disregard nature and make our own `natural’ laws. So we, with our superior intellectual abilities, eat only the fleshy cushioning, serving to protect the sold nutrition inside the seed, and discard the seed itself. It is the seed that we were intended to eat, not the cushioning. In the bargain, over centuries of misinformed choices, we do not know what we should actually be eating, the actual nutrition and survival aids that nature provided to us have all but been erased from our consciousness, and the coating of civilization has steadily covered our basic natural defenses. So we are left defenseless, against the vagaries of malfunctioning but the body.

    More miracle foods are the humble onion and garlic, containing allyl sulfides - chemicals which help limit the production of cancer causing chemicals. Tomatoes contain a good amount of "lycopene" an antioxidant, that not only retards ageing but also helps stop free radical chain reactions, thus limiting the production of cancerous cells in the body.

    Fear of breast cancer haunts almost every woman today, irrespective of the age group she belongs to. Most of them are not aware that miso, tamari and shoyu (Soy products) contain chemicals called "isoflavones" which act as weak estrogens and leave less room for strong ones. Estrogen promotes fast growth of breast cells in women, defeating the growth of cancer cells. It may have other uses as well !!!!.

    Green tea is another such elixir. It has copious quantities of antioxidants in the form of polyphenols that quench free radicals that may be responsible for cancerous growths or spread of cancer in the human body. Some other occurrences of antioxidants that can actually reverse disease symptoms are found in red grapes, as "reservatol" and in Turmeric as "curcumin". These chemicals inhibit blood flow to tumors by cutting off the growth of blood vessels to these cancerous growths. Green vegetables and leafy delights like Broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage have "sulforaphane", which boost production of Phase II Enzymes, capable of (and often responsible for) removing carcinogens from cells.

    Western diets, the SAD, is actually responsible for most of the ailments that we face today. In the United States alone, almost 35% of all cancer related deaths have been traced to wrong eating habits. The heavy on protein and starch food systems cause more harm than good, and what our body needs to stay healthy is a drastic change in our food habits. Like our forefathers, we will also be better off with a diet bulked up with legumes, peas and fresh carrots, tomatoes, cauliflower, broccoli and of course, spinach! These leave little chance for obesity to set in, provide adequate nutrition and also help prevent heart diseases as well as deadly ailments like cancer.

    Legumes have been known to reduce the risk pf coronary diseases, by about 22% if eaten about 4 times a week. They also help lower the blood pressure and the risk of diabetes by improving insulin levels, while adding on proteins. Being rich in soluble fiber, they can also help reduce LDL (popularly known as bad cholesterol).

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Food Guide Pyramid can be used as a practical guide to choosing a healthy, low fat, high fiber diet for daily meals. The trick is to include all the nutrients in each diet, without cutting back on anything, and eating controlled meals. Cravings are inevitable, but healthy alternatives can always be found. The big No No is for oils, which need to be restricted to 1-2 teaspoons per meal. This means ALL oily foods, including salad dressings, fried stuff, chips, crackers, cream, butter…everything.

    So the right diet will include:

    --6-11 servings of whole grain or bran-enriched breads, cereals, rice, and pasta

    --2-4 servings of fruit (oranges, grapefruit, pears, and berries) or fruit juice, such as orange juice

    --3-5 servings of vegetables (baked potatoes with skin and cruciferous, or cabbage and mustard family vegetables, are good sources of fiber and nutrients. Pile on the broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, kale, and other greens)

    --2-3 servings of low-fat or nonfat milk, yogurt, and cheese

    --2-3 servings of lean meat, skinless poultry, fish, dry beans, nuts, or eggs, (each portion about the size of your palm), or legumes such as dried beans, peas, and lentils

    In addition to diseases, ageing, a situation that annually gets people to spend millions of dollars every year around the globe, can be controlled by eating the right foods. Foods high in antioxidant properties usually contain nutrients such as vitamins C, E, and beta-carotene, and may help prevent the oxidation (the decaying process) of tissues such as the skin, thus delaying the ageing process. For making sure you are getting enough of these, you need:

    --At least an 8 ounce glass of orange juice, which takes care of your Vitamin C requirement for the day. Other sources of vitamin C include tomatoes, potatoes, melons, and berries.

    --Vitamin E is found in whole grain breads and cereals and green, leafy vegetables.

    --Foods high in beta-carotene include yellow/orange vegetables and fruits (carrots, sweet potatoes, pumpkins, cantaloupe, apricots, and peaches), and dark green, leafy vegetables (broccoli, kale, spinach, and romaine lettuce).

    In the next article on healthy eating objectives, look out for some high fiber, high nutrition, low risk recipes!!!

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