- When going through treatment, this may mean calorie consumption. If you can pay attention to what you are putting in your body to help it heal though, it is highly recommended.
- Eat high-quality proteins, fats and carbohydrates at each meal.
- Suggested Proteins: organic eggs, organic/grass fed meats, Tuna, Wild Caught Fish
- Suggested Carbohydrates: fruits and a lot of vegetables,(eat a wide variety: carrots, broccoli, cabbage, celery, kale, spinach, lettuce, peas, peppers, cucumbers, sweet potatoes, cauliflower), oatmeal, beans, brown rice
- Suggested Fats: First Cold Pressed Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Sunflower Oil, Flax Seed Oil, Avocados, Coconuts
- The low-microbial diet can be a concern but these foods have so much nutrition to help us heal. When your counts are up- eat fresh fruit and vegetables often!
- Organic is so much healthier for you.
- Use Celtic or Himalayan sea salt. Regular table salt is stripped of all the minerals essential for our health.
- When water and sea salt combine they activate to harmonize cell metabolism, by supporting acid/alkaline (pH) balance, re-mineralization of the cells, maintaining proper electrolyte levels and assist the cleansing of the body through better elimination of toxins and heavy metals.
- Do away with all white foods (white sugar, white flour) and processed junk food.
- Read labels. If you can’t pronounce it, don’t eat it! Your body can’t digest it!
- Don’t consume hydrogenated oils and cooked animal fats, artificial colors, flavors, fat free foods, fake food and sodas.
- Try to avoid all refined sugar. It’s been said, “Sugar feeds cancer.” Diets high in sugar cause blood sugar levels to spike. Once that happens, the body releases insulin to bring blood sugar levels back to normal. One of insulin’s functions is to promote cell growth, whether we are talking normal cells or cancer cells. The more sugar you eat, the more insulin is circulating in the body and the more opportunity there is for cancer cells to grow and divide.
***This is for your information only and not meant to treat, prevent or take the place of medical advice.***