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Raw Vegan Diets Can Help to Reduce Breast Cancer Cells

Updated on June 16, 2012

A Raw Vegan Diet Can Reduce Cancer Cells

Studies have shown that one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. This is a shocking statistic as to opposed to the number of men who will be diagnosed with any kind of cancer in their lifetime. The statisics for men are about one in a thousand according to Cancer.gov. There is some good news though, although more women will be diagnosed with cancer one in thirty-five women will actually lose their life due to cancer, namely breast cancer. Although these statistics are frightening and somewhat shocking there is some hope for people who choose to live a vegan lifestyle. More effective a high water, low fat, raw vegan diet.

Conventional medicine would often encourage women who are diagnosed with breast cancer to go down the route of undergoing chemotherapy, radiotherapy or surgery to remove the cancerous tumour. It is not necessary to shun these methods, afterall it is up to the individual what treatement she would prefer to undergo. However, it is also worthwhile looking into alternative therapies to heal cancer, either without the conventional medicine or, in addition to conventional medicine.


Natural Cancer Treatments

A young lady who goes by the name of Michelle Johnson found a lump in her breast in 2001. She was told that the cancer was untreatable because it had already spread to other organs in her body. The only thing she could do was undergo a course of chemotherapy to prolong her life. There was nothing else that she could do according to the doctors. She refused to accept this reality that had been handed to her by the healthcare professionals, and she decided to embark on a natural course of treatment to heal her cancer, without the inclusio of conventional medicine.


She did her research and found out that it was not possible for cancer to thrive in oxygen-rich alkaline conditions. So she began drinking freshly squeezed juices and incorporating fresh herbs and plenty of pure water into her diet, She juiced fresh, organic carrots and spinach, as well as green herbs and wheatgrass. She also drank 4 litres of water a day to cleanse her body from toxins, she went on a completely raw vegan diet. She consumed plenty of raw fruits and vegetables as well as nuts and seeds. She cut out all animal products and ate all organic foods, the toxins in processed foods can cause our bodies to store toxic chemicals. These chemicals and poor eating habits can contribute to various illnesses as well as cancer.

After six months of this way of life her tumour was significantly reduced, and after seven months her cancer was actually totally gone. It does sound like a miracle, and maybe a fluke. However, it is important not to ignore natural methods of treatement. This kind of treatment might not work for everybody. However, it can be used in conjuction with conventional methods to speed up the healing process. Studies have shown a lack of vitamin B17 can contribute to the formation of cancer cells in the body. Nuts like raw almonds are rich in vitamin B17. Therefore, consuming raw almonds on a daily basis is also necessary to aid in the reduction of cancer cells in the body.

There are over two million women in America who have survived cancer. Many of these women have survived as a result of totally changing their diet. The mantra behind this should be that prevention is better than cure. Incorporating more raw, organic fruits and vegetables in your diet on a daily basis can help to stave off illness. This is not to say that people who eat a raw vegan diet can never get cancer. Because it is still possible, but you can greatly reduce your chances of getting any form of cancer by changing the way you think about the food that you consume.



Conventional medicine shuns alternative remedies with much of it being dismissed as having “no scientific evidence.” Even if alternative remedies can and will never replace conventional methods, they should be working alongside each other to help improve the health of the people. Rather than working against each other. At the end of the day, there is no harm in increasing the amount of raw fresh foods you include in youd diet on a daily basis. Even if you start with one fresh juice a day, you will be making a difference to your health.

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