Daily Behavior that creates a hostile environment for cancer cells
Reduce exposure to all chemicals – Purchase organic foods if possible. Too many herbicides and pesticides are sprayed on crops, impacting the health of consumers. Breathe fresh air, get out of town and visit the country. Stop smoking or breathing in second-hand-smoke. Use chemical free products to clean your home, do not use Hair Colors. Purchase chemical free, natural skin products as chemical based skin products destroy cells and can add harmful chemicals to cells and organs. Click HERE for organic salves.
Eat foods that contain anti-cancer properties – Eat these raw or juice them – Apples, Carrots, Grapefruit, Peaches, Spinach, Tomatoes. Also include, raw nuts (walnuts, pecan, Brazil, almonds) open water fish (salmon, white fish, tuna) and legumes to your weekly diet.
Herbs that help fight cancer – Rosemary, Garlic, Astragalus, Noni, Burdock Rt, Sarsaparilla. The listed herbs are general herbs however, it is important that you find the correct herbs for your specific cancer and the location of the cancer. Click Here – For your individual Program.
Increase Omega-3 Fatty Acids – Two of the best Omega-3 oils come from Standard Process -Calamari Oil or Xymogen – MonoPure.
Take the correct nutrients for your particular cancer and individual needs – taking the correct nutrients is crucial. When faced with cancer we have a tendency to take a handful of vitamins. This approach can be more harmful than beneficial. Keeping your immune system strong will help fight cancer. For individual help contact SCWellness.net
Eat a large variety of vegetables and fruits – Eat slices or pieces of 14 to 20 vegetables daily. A diet rich in colorful vegetables and fruits both helps prevent and fight cancer. * Below is a list of vegetables and fruits to incorporate daily.
Greatly reduce animal meat – DO NOT EAT CURED MEATS (hotdogs, bacon, ham, jerky). You can have very small amounts of wild-game , range-fed beef, organic chicken or open-water fish (sardines, salmon, white fish). Red meat and sugar feed cancer.
Purchase your foods seasonally – Apples, Cherries, Grapes, Plums, Berries (all kinds), Watermelon, Grapefruit (avoid medication interaction), Pumpkin, Beets, Sweet Potatoes, Butternut Squash, Bell Peppers, Pears, Plums, Artichoke, Asparagus, Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, Chard, Greens (Collards, Mustard, Turnip), Oranges, Papaya, Mangoes, Eggplant, Spinach, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Celery, Kiwi, Zucchini, all Squashes, Cantaloupe, Carrots, Leeks. Listed are just a few of the foods you can add to your diet. These vegetables can be added to a salad, cooked in a soup, eaten with each meal or juiced.