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Warning: Your love of a sweet after dinner treat leads to cancer

by , 16 September 2014

Researchers are becoming increasingly interested in how your diet affects your susceptibility to certain types of cancers.

They're currently looking into how the main components of your diet - carbs, protein and fat - affect your body and it's ability to produce and maintain cancerous cells.

One of the most interesting is the affect of carbs.

When carbs break down, they become simple sugars.

This tells your pancreas to release insulin, which helps your cells take up the sugar and use it as energy.

Researchers then looked into diabetic patients and why they have a high risk of cancer.

Studies show that it's the link between receiving supplemental insulin and the sugar in their blood.

So experts put all the information together and came up with the definite link. Cancer proliferation has to do with the carbs in your diet and insulin production.

Keep reading to find out why…

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A small, but significant, study shows how your diet influences your cancer risk

A 2012 study, published in the journal Nutrition, showed that patients with cancer have a slower tumour growth when they cut carbs from their diet.
Over just four weeks, there was a noticeable difference in cancer patients who ate less than 10% carbs every day. And all because of the lower levels of insulin their bodies made and needed.
What’s significant about this is how cancer cells use the sugar in your body. Just like your normal healthy cells, they too use sugar to grown and multiply. But unlike your healthy cells, they can’t “activate” insulin to get the sugar into the cells, they simply wait until there’s insulin and then use it.
And that means, when there isn’t insulin or sugar, the cancer cells find it difficult to grow and multiply.
In a previous study, this time on a rat model, the same result came out.
19 out of 20 rats with breast cancer cells survived on a very low sugar diet, compared to only eight out of 24 on the high sugar diet.
So what does this mean?
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Cut back on sugar to spare your health

Experts warn that it’s not a “cure” for cancer. It does, however, provide helpful information on how to go about doing further large-scale studies.
In the meantime, cut back on your daily sugar intake! You don’t want to keep feeding the cells that are trying to destroy your body.
Bottom line: Eat foods that nourish your body with all the minerals and vitamins it needs to stay strong and healthy and fight off disease.

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