Cancer and diabetes are widespread, malicious, diseases that are taking lives at record-breaking rates all over the world. In 2009 it was estimated that 12.5 million people had some type of cancer and another 25.8 million had diabetes. The million dollar question that all doctors and cancer/diabetes patients are asking is simply “how can future generations cure and prevent these diseases?” The answer is simple: A healthy diet.
Cancer and diabetes both feed off of processed sugars that enter the body through refined and processed foods. If people were to stop eating these types of “unhealthy” foods they could potentially slow down, reverse, or even get rid of their cancer and/or diabetes.
Many doctors and cancer/diabetes patients spend the majority of their time focusing on the disease at a cellular level. But, scientists are finding out that the cure does not lie in the details of the disease, rather in the overall unhealthy diet of the patient. This new information resulting from a simple diet change is easy to understand, and far less risky and invasive as other forms of treatment for cancer and diabetes, such as chemotherapy, insulin shots, and medications.
The cure and prevention is simply to eat less refined and processed foods, because these contain the most amount of sugars that cancer and diabetes use to grow. Heighten your knowledge by reading the labels on food packages before purchasing and eating them. If you gather more information from the beginning, you will pose less risk and stress on your health.