I have been sharing my research for over 30 years that sugar causes cancer and that high sugar fructose from fruits, including corn causes cancer. Corn and corn sugar is one of my top ten foods never to eat – and corn syrup is in many foods and drinks. Are you listening? Sugar is an … Continue reading Dr. Young’s Research Validated – Fruit Sugars Cause Pancreatic Cancer
Researchers conducted a three-month study on 100 obese adults who were dividedinto three groups to see if eating grapefruit had an affect on weight loss. Thefirst group ate half a grapefruit with each meal, three times a day, and lost3.6 pounds on average. The second group of participants, who ate a similar dietwithout the grapefruit, … Continue reading Grapefruit May Help You Lose Weight and Balance Blood Sugars
Credit: © flaviuz / Fotolia Recent studies have shown that added sugars, particularly those containing fructose, are a principal driver of diabetes and pre-diabetes, even more so than other carbohydrates. Clinical experts writing in Mayo Clinic Proceedings challenge current dietary guidelines that allow up to 25% of total daily calories as added sugars, and propose drastic reductions … Continue reading The Sugar Fructose from Fruit Causes Diabetes!
Decades of research have shown that diets derived from plants (antioxidant/electron rich fruit and vegetables) have unrivaled anti-acidic or anti-cancerous- fighting powers. There is a pH Miracle secret that will allow you to maximize your exposure to the miracle antioxidant/electron rich substances in alkaline plants. The problem is that all of these cancerous inhibitors or antioxidants/electrons are locked inside sealed compartments within alkalizing … Continue reading The Importance of Eating Daily A Minimum of Twelve Clean Servings of Fresh Fruit and Vegetables
A spoonful of sugar might make the medicine go down. But it also makes blood pressure and cholesterol go up, along with your risk for liver failure, obesity, heart disease and diabetes. Sugar and other sweeteners are, in fact, so toxic to the human body that they should be regulated as strictly as alcohol by … Continue reading All Sugars Are Acidic and Toxic To The Body
When you eat an acidic sweet fruit like Mango the salivary glands in the mouth will immediately secret sodium bicarbonate to buffer the acidic fruit sugars which causes the pH of the saliva to increase. This gives the illusion that eating sweet sugary fruit is alkalizing. But it is not! As soon as you bite … Continue reading All Sweet Fruit is Acidic and Compromising to Good Health!
Early results from US researchers suggests that eating grapefruit really does help people lose acidic weight, and could help reduce the risk of developing the over-acidic condition known as diabetes. The study centered on an experiment involving 100 obese people. The group who ate half a grapefruit with each meal lost an average of 3.6 … Continue reading Lose Weight and Prevent and/or Reverse Diabetes Eating Grapefruit
Decades of research have shown that diets derivedfrom plants (antioxidant/electron rich fruit andvegetables) have unrivaled acidic or cancerous-fighting powers. There is a pH Miracle secret thatwill allow you to maximize your exposure to themiracle antioxidant/electron rich substances inalkaline plants. The problem is that all of these cancerous inhibitorsor antioxidants/electrons are locked inside sealedcompartments within alkalizing … Continue reading The Importance of Eating Twelve Servings Daily of Fruit and Vegetables
Researchers conducted a three-month study on 100 obese adults who were divided into three groups to see if eating grapefruit had an affect on weight loss. The first group ate half a grapefruit with each meal, three times a day, and lost 3.6 pounds on average. The second group of participants, who ate a similar … Continue reading Grapefruits May Help Obesity and Diabetes
It is often said that ‘acidic’ fruits like lemons, limes and grapefruits will acidify the blood and tissues. In fact, the citric, lactic, and other acids in such low sugar fruits – unlike high sugar fruits – exsist primarily in their anionic (basic or electron) form, especially as their Na+ and K+ salts (e.g., potassium … Continue reading Are The Exotic Fruit Juices Like Noni and Goji Safe For Human Consumption