Diet and nutrition necessary for fighting cancer

When I was a kid, one of the breakfasts and snacks was raw juice. From the cold winter months to spring to autumn, I think there were many times when fruits and vegetables were abundantly distributed while following the seasons. My mother made various combinations of seasonal fruits at that time in a blender. Strawberries, bananas, apples, peaches, grapes, tomatoes, oranges, etc … Depending on the combination of fruits and vegetables, there were times when it was a little rich with milk and eggs. I still remember that the indescribable awesome sound of that mixer spinning was, in a sense, a sound that was more exciting than noise in the child’s mind as to what was crushed in this.

When I was little, it wasn’t the time when juices and teas were sold in the streets as they are now filled with bottles. Tea wasn’t something you would pay to buy, and when it came to juice, cola, sprites, oranges, grapes, and ginger ale were the representatives. My grandmother’s and aunt’s house used to be a wholesaler and retailer of liquor, so I remember drinking juice that I wouldn’t normally buy as a very valuable item only when I went out to play. By the way, colorful juices in PET bottles are lined up in front of the store no matter where you walk in the world. But it looks beautiful as if it were a mixture of sweet sugar water rather than juice, artificial colors, and paints, but the contents are only a scary drink to my eyes. Originally, what can be called juice is a drink that you can feel the taste of the ingredients by squeezing real vegetables and fruits or mixing them in a blender. When I have time to spare in the morning, I try to make fresh juice based on various vegetables and fruits and drink it. Beets and carrots are cancer fighting vegetables .Fish oil is a typical ingredient rich in 3 fatty acids.

In Delhi, you can order at the storefront and drink fresh juice Well, I’m living in Mumbai now because of my work. Here, the fruits are plentiful and fresh juices can be drunk here and there. In this respect, fresh juice is easier to obtain than in India. However, I am concerned that sugar is a little problematic and that the number of drinks in PET bottles is increasing. I would like to write a story here in Mumbai at another time. Looking back on Delhi a little bit, although nutritional and organic things are more advanced than in it is also true that we sell a lot of the colorful and dubious juices I mentioned earlier. However, my impression is that at the same time as the colorful drinks with plenty of sweeteners, there are many juice stand-bars all over the city. What I thought was the most amazing was that there was a big juicer at the storefront of an organic greengrocer, and when I ordered what I wanted to drink from several kinds of menus, I saw a bunch of vegetables and whole fruits in front of me. I will put it in. It was real momentum. It was a lot of fun to watch, and I was excited to see what kind of flavor it would blend into and get me.

This feeling was similar to the feeling I had when I was young, listening to the sound of my mother’s mixer and waiting for the finished juice. Originally, it would be nice to have such an exciting feeling to eat a meal or a sip of juice. In Mumbai there are options here as well. And you can see that everyone is highly conscious. Incorporate drinking fresh juice as part of treatment At Cancer care centers and clinics in Mumbai, most patients have a prescription that actively incorporates juice making and drinking as part of their treatment. The basic thing was to add carrots, beets, and fish oil. Cancer patients often have a loss of appetite and poor digestive and absorptive capacity as a reason to recommend juice to cancer patients. Therefore, if it is juice, it will be smooth and digestion and absorption time will be shortened.

Before I talk about the specifics of juice, I would like to mention the basics of nutrition therapy which is the best natural cure for cancer. I’ve written it many times, but in the sense of a review.

  • Take complex carbohydrates with vegetables.
  • Eat 60-70% of the amount you eat raw ingredients.
  • Eat a lot of alkaline foods.
  • Avoid all carcinogenic additives.
  • Avoid all refined sugar and carbohydrates.
  • Avoid animal proteins added such as hormones.
  • Drink a lot of vegetable juice (not ready-made).