For decades, people have tried to convince themselves that cancer has no cause, that it happens so abruptly and likely can't be completely reversed after a diagnosis. Unfortunately, these individuals have fallen victim to the so-called health experts of the world who believe chemotherapy and other similar treatments are the only options to fight back against cancer. While these doctors and specialists work to fill their wallets, you could be making lifestyle adjustments to reduce your cancer risk and even possibly reverse the disease in its tracks instead. According to the National Cancer Institute, dietary habits are highly associated with cancer risk. Certain artificial additives can increase your chances, while naturally occurring chemicals can enhance your overall health and strengthen your body to kiss all chances of cancer goodbye. Let's take a closer look at what you should avoid, plus what you should consume more of, A.K.A. the anti-cancer diet: Say Goodbye to… Artificial, non-living processed junk. Sure, fast foods and microwave TV dinners are loaded with saturated fats, sugars and sodium that can contribute to a hefty waistline, but they're doing more harm than that. Artificial sweeteners, such as saccharin, aspartame, acesulfame potassium, sucralose, neotame, and cyclamate are not safe for the body's immunity. Meats, such as beef, pork, fish and poultry, cooked at high temperatures can produce levels of certain chemicals that have been proven to cause cancer in animals.Alcohol is associated with a heightened risk for numerous cancers as well. According to the American Cancer Society, alcohol use is linked to mouth, throat, larynx, esophagus, liver, colon, breast, pancreas and stomach cancer. Reduce your risk by eliminating alcohol drinking from your dietary habits. Say Hello to... Refreshing, lively plant-based options. Following a diet that's loaded with vitamins, nutrients and antioxidants can block the activity of dangerous free radicals that are usually associated with the development of cancer. Consuming only the most natural foods can promote your body's self-healing ability and reduce your risk for living with cancer. Implement a variety of fresh, raw fruits and vegetables, organic whole grains, nuts and seeds into your diet and reap the benefits. If you're currently living with cancer or want to reduce your risk for the future, we recommend the following tips while on the Hallelujah Diet:
- Eat a large amount of leafy greens.
- Consume a big vegetable salad with every meal, whether traditional or blended form.
- Limit your fruit consumption to no more than 15 percent of your daily intake.
- Add HydroBoost to purified water for additional protection against free radicals.