A List of Anti Cancer Foods to Save Your Life

Below is a list compiled by Dr William Li of The Angiogenesis Foundation, of some of the foods and other dietary sources of naturally occurring Antiangiogenic (read: Anti-Cancer growing) substances. We all know that a balanced diet is fundamental to good health, but the key here is to ADD these foods to your diet – for more information see the video in the previous post. You can add Earl Grey Tea and Glucosamine to that list – there are others mentioned in the video by Dr William Li. (Slide courtesy of The Angiogenesis Foundation)

Jin Shin Jyutsu for Healthy Digestion Part 2

Following on from my previous posts and the subject of parasites in the intestines. There are many people who suffer many symptoms caused by these little so and so’s, but don’t know they have them. All the Jin Shin Jyutsu exercises in the previous post are helpful against parasites, and also particularly the 16, 17, 18, 19 flow in text 1.

Some anti-parasite dietary advice I found online:
Don’t eat refined foods, dairy products, and sugars. Eat more raw garlic (or take garlic capsules), pumpkin seeds, pomegranates, beets, cabbage and carrots, all of which have good properties against parasites. Drink a lot of water to promote elimination. Consume more fiber, which helps get rid of worms. Supplement your diet with probiotics, such as Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacilus plantarum, Saccharomyces boulardii, (and bifidobacteria, to keep parasites from spreading).

Digestive enzymes will help restore your intestinal tract to its normal state, which makes it inhospitable to parasites. Papain (extracted from papaya) taken 30 minutes before or after meals helps kill worms. Raw vegetables and raw fruit are rich sources of enzymes (vegetable juicing is a great way to get your daily quota in). While all raw foods contain enzymes, the most powerful enzyme-rich foods are sprouted seeds, grains, and legumes. Sprouting increases the enzyme content in these foods enormously. Lack of digestive enzymes can be a factor in food allergies. Symptoms of digestive enzymes depletion are bloating, belching, gas, bowel disorders, abdominal cramping, heartburn and food allergies.

And here’s some more of my own research – very top line:
Make sure you are not vitamin and especially mineral deficient (take a supplement). Keep an alkaline PH level in the body – acidity promotes parasites. Drink spring water with fresh lemon juice (lemon juice turns alkaline in the stomach), have fresh grapefruit (also turns alkaline and helps clean the liver) and choose (organic) short grain brown rice (cleans the intestines) over other types. And the usual advice: stay away from alcohol, coffee, tobacco, sweets and refined & processed foods.