A cancer diet needs particular emphasis on the following vitamins.

Vitamin A

Natural sources: green and yellow fruits and vegetables, organic animal life but be careful, a non-organically raised animal’s liver could be full of chemicals!

Beta-carotene – very important in a cancer diet – from carrots, in particular, is converted to vitamin A by the liver and is a far safer way to get a wonderful boost of this vitamin, with no dangers of overdosing.

Vitamin B Complex

Natural sources are chicken, eggs, brewer’s yeast, whole grains, leafy green vegetables, fish.

Vitamin B17 – almost unheard of, but critical in a cancer diet.

B17 interacts with the very large amounts of beta-glucosidase in cancer cells to produce hydrogen cyanide and benzaldehyde. These two poisons combine into an extremely deadly poison that targets cancer cells. The reason that it doesn’t target healthy cells is that although they have small quantities of beta-glucosidase, they also contain rodonase, a substance that cancer cells do not have, that breaks the poison down into compounds that actually assist the bodies immune system!

Natural sources are flaxseed oil, brown rice, brewer’s yeast, lentils, macadamia nuts, pecans, raspberries, strawberries, walnuts, watercress, and yams.

Vitamin C

Natural sources are citrus fruits, most yellow or red fruits and vegetables, leafy green vegetables.

The body cannot store this very essential nutrient, so we need to ingest it daily. As it is not stored it cannot overdose.

A word of warning though – do not take vitamin C supplements at the same time as aspirin – the combination is very irritant to the stomach lining. Also, it’s taking a supplement, look for a buffered form that is digested over a longer period of time and far less irritant. Also, avoid chewable tablets – the acidity is not good for the teeth!

Vitamin E, again crucial in a cancer diet.

Natural sources include cold-pressed vegetable oils, leafy green vegetables, legumes, nuts, seeds, and whole grains. Brown rice, eggs, kelp, oatmeal, and sweet potatoes are also good sources.

Just a note – the body needs zinc to maintain levels of vitamin E in the blood, also take iron supplements at a different time from vitamin E as some form of iron will destroy vitamin E.

As always a diet that draws from all food groups, fruit, vegetable, meat, fish, chicken, grains, nuts, seeds, and oils, all eaten as close to the way nature made them is the best cancer diet possible.

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