Powerful Anti-Cancer Foods and Attitude

Have you ever wondered which foods were the best to fight against a specific cancer type?

Then you’d be interested in information I found in “Anti-Cancer – A New Way of Life” by Dr. David Servan-Schreiber, MD, PhD

In each cancer category he illustrates over 30 different food rating, but for the purpose of this post, I will give you the most powerful, all of which are reported to have an average of over 95%, and most reportedly have almost a 100% ability to inhibit the specific cancer cell growth.

Now that sounds awesome to me, what about you?

So what I would do, short of getting this book for yourself and doing the research, is to rotate these foods in your weekly menu to generate some powerful immune potential so your body can reap some good anti-cancer benefit from your diet.

So here we go…

GARLIC… POWERFUL STUFF

GARLIC… POWERFUL STUFF

Non-Specific Cancers
1) Garlic
2) Leeks
3) Scallions
4) Brussels Spouts
5) Savoy Cabbage
6) Cabbage
7) Beets
8) Spinach
9) Kale
10) Asparagus
11) Cauliflower
12) Fiddlehead Fern
13) Onions
14) Broccoli

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Colon Cancer
1) Garlic
2) Leeks
3) Scallions
4) Brussels Sprouts
5) Savoy Cabbage
6) Cabbage
7) Beets
8) Spinach
9) Kale
10) Asparagus
11) Cauliflower
12) Fiddlehead Fern
13) Onions

Lung Cancer
1) Garlic
2) Leeks
3) Scallions
4) Brussels Sprouts

 

Brain Cancer
1) Garlic
2) Leeks
3) Brussels Sprouts
4) Beets
5) Cabbage
6) Scallions
7) Kale
8) Broccoli
9) Cauliflower
10) Spinach

Prostate Cancer
1) Garlic
2) Brussels Sprouts
3) Scallions
4) Leeks
5) Broccoli
6) Cauliflower
7) Savoy Cabbage
(Tomato by the way, according to the source ranks at about 55%, maybe that is uncooked).

Breast Cancer
1) Garlic
2) Leeks
3) Scallions
4) Brussels Sprouts
5) Cauliflower
6) Cabbage
7) Kale
8) Broccoli

Now what did you think of that? Powerful right?

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Don’t be ignorant about the power of the right foods

Let me tell you a story about what it is like to be ignorant like I was about food. When I was in the Navy between 1980 and 1986, a guy named Chris “The Bike Man” Friesen, a fellow sonar technician and submariner told me one day in the crews’ mess (our dining room) that “Beets prevent cancer.” I knew that Chris had a propensity for dry humor, so I was thinking his claim was kind of preposterous. I asked myself, “How could a beet prevent cancer?” Ignorant, right? Well, don’t be ignorant, I am telling you. This is powerful information and Chris had the right idea all these years.

And what about Brussels Sprouts? Besides being hard to spell, I remember a nuclear engineer on the submarine used to put pieces of rice on them to make a “smiley face” and called them “martian heads.” So don’t forget to eat your Martian Heads for dinner this week.

Of course, the best way to take advantage of this info is you get organic vegetables and to prepare them without blasting, boiling and frying them to smithereens, but even if organics are not on your radar scope yet,  start with  a conscious effort and a belief that this goodness will begin to reap benefits for you.

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RECONNECTING with old friends can also be a good anti-cancer help

After Cowboy Mike, I have an affinity for Rosanne Cash and cool hats.

Cool Dude from Silver City, NM. After Cowboy Mike, I have an affinity for Rosanne Cash and cool hats. Photo by Challen Yee

Last, I want to celebrate two old Navy buds who I spent a lot of time with in San Diego and I just reconnected with recently, retired Sonar Chief Mike “The Cowboy” Avery, and my former weight lifting partner in San Diego, Robert “Bob” Wheat, who also is a retired Submarine Sonar Technician and Navy Diver. When it came to food, nutrition and supplements, Bob used to tell me, “Spend the money, you are investing in your body.”

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With that thought, take the time and effort to invest in yourself and get the most out of life!

With Bob Wheat, working out 5-6 days a week on the Navy base in the early 1980's, San Diego, CA

“Hoo-Yah!” With Bob Wheat, from Long Beach, working out 5-6 days a week on the Navy base in the early 1980’s, San Diego, CA. That is me taking the picture.

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