The Cancer-Fighting Diet PDF ePub eBook

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The Cancer-Fighting Diet free pdf Johannes Coy discovered that neither a cancer cell's origin nor its localisation plays the main role in its malignancy - rather the cell's metabolism does. With the right diet, that metabolism can change. This book provides basic information about cancer, as well as detailed advice and a comprehensive diet plan to help fight a personal battle with cancer and significantly improve chances of a cure. There are complex processes inside the human body and specific mechanisms that can lead to the development and spread of cancer cells. Understanding the causes for what is happening inside the body is the key to implementing the recommendations in this guide. Using these recipes and nutritional strategies will cut dramatically down on sugar in order to deplete the strength and replicatory power of the cancer cells while in treatment. Since the cancer cells thrive and multiply on sugar, reducing and/or eliminating sugar quite literally starves them. Implementing this diet and nutrition strategy makes cancer treatment more effective. The 150 recipes are delicious, easy-to-make and there's a recipe for every meal and occasion. Here's just a small sample: Paprika Cheese Spread- Aubergine Carpaccio with Pecorino Cream- Camembert with Leek Vinaigrette- Salmon Pancake Rolls- Stir-Fried Asparagus and Tofu- Peach and Berry Salad with Fizzy Zabaglione. The importance of a careful diet for good health is also the active ingredient in a fight against cancer.

About Johannes F. Coy

Dr. Johannes F. Coy, Sc.D. is a biologist and cancer researcher who discovered the TKTL1 metabolism route. While working at the renowned German Cancer Research Center in Heidelberg he made that discovery. He then founded a pharmaceutical company and two diagnostic companies to utilise his knowledge about the TKTL1 gene and begin development of new cancer therapies and tests. Maren Franz has a degree in pharmaceutical studies and journalism. She is an author and cancer survivor.

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Author : Johannes F. Coy
Publisher : Robert Rose Inc
Data Published : 21 May 2015
ISBN : 0778805085
EAN : 9780778805083
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 256 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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