Whatever type of groceries we are putting in our shopping trolley will make that difference to our well-being. Although our choices or varieties of foods have increased, maybe ten folds over the last couple of decades, but not all for the better. Unfortunately most people are of the opinion, whatever sold in the grocery store or supermarket is for their benefit. For the easy way of shopping yes, but for the benefit for their health, no.
Our modern processed food diet is highly inflammatory and is as well a major cancer promoter. In the over processed foods, the key culprits are such as polyunsaturated fats and added sugar, especially in its processed form of fructose, corn syrup, as well as refined grains. These are the artificial foods that are generally known as inflammation promoters. By reducing net carbohydrates in your diet, you will benefit from several things that will result in lowering inflammation and reducing possibility of cancer growth. This makes a high-fat, low-net carb diet working so well because it lowers inflammation to almost nothing, and when that happens, your body will be able to heal.
To Start Any Form Of Recovery You Must Remove Them From Your Diet:
• Eliminate all sugars and non fibre carbohydrates
• Eliminate all sugary drinks, soft drinks, sodas, health drinks and any fruit juices
• Eliminate most oils and trans fats because of harmful free radicals
• Increase whole foods and supplements to improve free radical damage
• Increase healthy fat intake to feed healthy cells which at the same time will starve cancer cells.
No Low Fat Diet
Also at the same time you should not have a low total carbohydrate diet. You need plenty of fresh, organic, fibre-filled vegetables, the more of fresh vegetables you have the more fibres will turn into fatty acids. This will improve your ability to burn fat for fuel to nourish your micro biome. By eating a high-fat, low-net carbohydrate diet, this will improve general health and can help anyone with cancer concern.
Confusion About Fats
There is often this misunderstanding about fats, because many dietary guidelines are still pointing in the wrong directions. Here are some facts about fats: Eating fat and protein does not make you fat, a high carbohydrate diet that has trans fat will. “Avoid trans fats”. Saturated animal fats and vegetable sources have a number of important health benefits because they include only good fats. This is also one of the reasons why a low carbohydrate diet is more effective for weight loss, providing you’re eating the right kind of fats.
By cutting out sugar and fructose-syrup and changing to a healthy high fat diet is a most effective anti cancer strategy. There is a need for sufficient amounts of carbohydrates for best optimal health: The right fat and protein. However, this is not always available in our processed foods. It is important to understand, there are healthy fats and unhealthy ones. There is no concern about the amount of fat in your diet; the concern rather is what type of fat. Best proteins are in meat, eggs, fish, most dairy products, nuts, seeds, legumes, also broccoli and some other vegetables.
Avoid all vegetable oils; this includes soybean oil, canola oil, corn oil, safflower oil, cotton seed oil. All of those contain trans fats and are most unhealthy. Instead use natural olive oil which is one of the best oils you can use. Coconut and macadamia oils are best for cooking and frying. These oils are also one of the key suppliers of omega 3 fatty acids and are also healthy fats which is a crucial part to have in your diet.
The impact food has on our life and health is too often underestimated. We can blame everything else, alcohol, smoking etc, eating the wrong food for half of a lifetime will make the second half of a lifetime much shorter. Food is the solution to our well-being, because food is the cause of the vastly majority of our health problems.