I’ve read research that sugar is probably not a good idea while battling cancer, but that it causes cancer? Not convinced.
What I would add to the discussion, folks need to look right on into our food chain.
We are acquiring food from all over the world now. We raise our own cattle, fruits, veggies and export much of it and in turn import foreign sources.
This is why we are seeing an increase in food recalls in the U.S. because of EColi, Salmonella and such.
Fields are turned so quickly from one crop to another, fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides along with genetically modified products are entering the food chain. These substances are being absorbed through the root systems.
Can’t wash these fruits / veggies and rid them of these substances.
Furthermore, female mammary systems are so sensitive and I for one believe with no doubt that the increase in female breast cancers can be traced back to the food chain.
Sugar...not sure. Carcinogens in the food chain..yea.
Well, as an actual cancer sufferer, I can tell you for a fact that consuming sugar will cause cancer to go into an immediate growth surge.
I know this because every time I've slipped and had some sweets, my tumors have blown up within 24 hours. Backing away from sugar always results in the tumors shrinking back to their normal size.
That's all the research I need, but the scholarly work has been done and the papers are out there. For me, they only corroborate my personal experience.