The Secret to Cancer Treatment May Be In Our Guts

Several impressive studies have made the case that the intestinal flora of cancer patients play a significant role in whether those patients respond to immunotherapy or not. The composition of a patient’s gut microbiota can significantly influence whether he or she responds to an immune checkpoint inhibitor, a type of cancer immunotherapy. But what seemed…

Kcancer Top 10 Anti-Colorectal Cancer Dinner Menu

Broccoli Cauliflower Green Leaf Vegetables, such as spinach, kale, collard greens, lettuce, watercress, chicory, and Swiss chard Beans, such as red bean, white bean, and soybean Sweet Potatoes Herbs and Spices, such as ginger, garlic, thyme, cayenne pepper, oregano, basil and parsley Whole wheat bagel Whole wheat bread Veggie pasta Brown Rice

Kcancer Top 10 Anti-Cancer Diets, Updated Feb. 26, 2017

Green Leaf Vegetables, such as spinach, kale, collard greens, lettuce, watercress, chicory, and Swiss chard. Non-Leaf Vegetables, such as broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, leek, onion, and carrots. Tomatoes Mushrooms Herbs and Spices, such as turmeric, ginger, garlic, thyme, cayenne pepper, oregano, basil and parsley. Beans, such as red bean, white bean, and soybean. Potatoes….

Cancer-Causing Food

Here are some examples of cancer-causing food: All charred food, which create heterocyclic aromatic amines, known carcinogens. Even dark toast is suspect. Well-done red meat, medium or rare is better, and little or no red meat is best. Sugar, both white and brown–which is simply white sugar with molasses added. Heavily salted, smoked and pickled…

Active Anti-Cancer Components in Food

The active anti-cancer components in food contain a variety of phytochemicals, vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants. Antioxidants are important anti-cancer components and are believed to protect cells from “free radicals”, which are harmful oxygen molecules. Free radicals may cause damage to cells, possibly resulting in cancer. Antioxidants may help prevent the formation of carcinogens, block…

Anti-Cancer Snack

Here are some examples of anti-cancer snack Apple plum pie Baby carrots Nuts Popcorn Raisin Red pepper strips Soy shake with blueberries and flax Soy shake with peaches and flax Vanilla yogurt with raspberries and flax Whole grain crackers

Anti-Cancer Drink

Here are some examples of anti-cancer drink Apple cider Blueberry smoothie Green goodie smoothie Green tea Green tea smoothie Mixed berry banana smoothie Orange juice Red wine Water

Anti-Cancer Fruit and Salad

Here are some examples of anti-cancer fruit and salad Broccoli or cauliflower with sesame salt Citrus basil salad Cucumber, mango, and spinach salad Grapefruit Green salad with pineapple Green salad with a little lemon juice or flavored vinegar Hot or cold beet salad Kiwi strawberry salad Spinach salad with orange, radicchio, and sesame Broccoli salad…

Anti-Cancer Soup Menu

Here are examples of anti-cancer soup Carrot and red pepper soup Cream of broccoli soup Curried sweet potato soup Lentil soup Tomato soup with white beans

Anti-Cancer Lunch Menu

Here are examples of anti-cancer lunch menu: Bean burritos Beans with kale Black beans with ginger and lemon Mashed grains and cauliflower Red bean wraps Soybean vegetarian casserole Steamed redskin potatoes Sweet potato pudding Tapioca pudding Vegetable mix with tofu and whole grain pasta Veggie Burger Whole baked sweet potato with salsa Kick cancer with…

Anti-Cancer Breakfast Menu

Here are some examples of anti-cancer breakfast: Fruited breakfast quinoa Gingerbread Omelet with fresh herbs and veggies Soy shake with blackberries Soy shake with raspberries Whole wheat bagel Whole wheat bread with olive oil-butter spread Kick cancer with anti-cancer food!