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Eet vet word slank gepubliceerd januari 2013

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Trick and Treat:
How 'healthy eating' is making us ill
Trick and Treat cover

"A great book that shatters so many of the nutritional fantasies and fads of the last twenty years. Read it and prolong your life."
Clarissa Dickson Wright

Natural Health & Weight Loss cover

"NH&WL may be the best non-technical book on diet ever written"
Joel Kauffman, PhD, Professor Emeritus, University of the Sciences, Philadelphia, PA

The Cancer Files: Why are the best cancer treatments not used?

Part 1: Cancer Prevention

Part 2: Alternative Cancer Treatments
Part 3: Adverse effects of cancer industry


At the beginning of the 20th Century, one person in 27 got cancer. By the beginning of the 21st Century that figure was approaching one in two. Since President Nixon declared war on cancer in December 1971, billions have been spent on trying to find a cure. Yet no cancer is curable now that wasn't curable then.
    There are over 600 cancer charities in Britain alone. Despite attracting more money than any other medical disease, not one of them has made any significant attempt to prevent cancer.
    In my small way I will try to right that.

    I am not a doctor but I had cancer some years ago — and there's nothing like having cancer to get you interested in it.
    All over the Web you will find cancer treatments. They are mostly of the "alternative" variety. I'm not saying they don't work but doctors pay little attention to them.
    These pages are different. Here you will find cancer treatments, ways of detecting cancer and, most importantly, of preventing cancer, that have been reported in mainstream medical journals — data which are available to the medical profession and which, for that reason, they cannot claim not to know about.

During the third week of July, 2003, two studies were published which purported to show that eating animal fat caused breast cancer. NO THEY DIDN'T! Here are the studies. Read them for yourself.

Cancer Prevention

Unhealthy dogma means unhealthy food.
Milk and dairy produce is thought to cause cancer and other diseases. But it is only low-fat dairy which does; full-cream dairy actually protects us.

How did I get cancer? This is my story. It explains why I started to research the subject and introduces this selection of articles.

Sunlight and Skin Cancer Don't go out in the sun; use a high-factor sunscreen. But these 'precautions' have been shown to increase the risk of malignant melanoma. Here's the evidence.

Full spectrum sunlight, the eyes and cancer Another myth is that sunlight in the eyes is harmful. In fact, the opposite is true — take off your glasses, let the sun into your eyes, and see those cancers disappear. Too good to be true? Read all about it.

Study: Sunshine is Really Good for You After all - And it Prevents Cancer Two studies which support going out in the sun to prevent cancer

Polyunsaturated oils and cancer Polyunsaturated vegetable oils have been shown to cause cancers and promote cancers. In the 1970s vegetable oils' major polyunsaturated fatty acid was used to suppress the immune system. Yet we are still being told we should eat them.

Oils and fats: The significance of temperature Whether different fats and oils are harmful or not depends on their temperature of use.

Eating bran increases cancer risk Although bran is prescribed to reduce the risk of a wide range of diseases, including colon cancer, the evidence suggests that bran increases the risk.

Fibre and Colon Cancer Dr Dennis Burkitt concluded in the 1950s that colon cancer was the result of a lack of dietary fibre. So we were, and still are, told to eat more fibre. Latest research, however, has found that fibre is more likely to cause colon cancer than prevent it.

Study: Increasing starch intake may raise prostate cancer risk An Italian study finds that high levels of dietary starch increase the likelihood of prostate cancer.

More Fruit and Vegetables No Better for Breast Cancer Survival Study finds no evidence that eating a diet high in vegetables, fruit, and fiber and low in total fat increases breast cancer survival or reduces the risk of recurrence.

Study: Starch-rich diet increases risk for breast cancer Another study which finds that eating starchy foods increases breast cancer risk.

Study: Eating grapefruit increases breast cancer risk There is evidence that grapefruit increases plasma oestrogen concentrations and this, in turn, could increase cancer risk.

Weight Gain Increases Breast Cancer Risk Strangely, smoking reduced the risk.

Study: Less blood insulin, less breast cancer A study of postmenopausal women finds that lowering blood cholesterol lowers the risk of breast cancer — and the best way to lower insulin is to eat a low-carb, high-fat diet.

Does eating red meat really increase cancer risk? This is about a 570-page report. Dr Karl Sikora , a very eminent (and sensible) cancer specialist, basically, very politely, suggested that it was nonsense.

Study: Does Red Meat Really Increase Colon Cancer? A couple of studies have attempted to show that eating red meat increases the risk of colon cancer. This is one such. As you will see, although that is what the authors claim,it ain't necessarily so.

Study: Animal Fats Reduce the Risk of Pancreatic Cancer Canadian study finds that replacing polyunsaturated fats with saturated or monounsaturated fats may reduce pancreatic cancer risk.

Less cholesterol = more cancer Doctors expected to be able to blame cancer on high blood cholesterol levels. In fact, they found exactly the opposite — those with cancer had lower than normal cholesterol.

Swedish Scientists Find Cancer Agent in Staple Food STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Scientists in Sweden have found high levels of a substance believed to cause cancer in staple foods eaten by millions of people around the world, such as bread, rice and potatoes.

Does folic acid supplementation increase colon cancer risk? Folic acid supplements might help some people, but harm others.

Does Drinking Coffee Increase Pancreatic Cancer Risk? From an article published by the Townsend Letter, "Some Real Causes of heart Disease and Cancer", by Wayne Martin.

What's Behind The Screens? 'Prevention is better than cure' is the argument used when screening for disease. But screening for disease is not prevention, it is merely early detection. If a cancer, for example, is detected, that means it is there and hasn't been prevented. This technique is not without risk — it can do more harm than good.

Study: Breast Cancer Screening Another study which shows that breast cancer screening isn't worth the effort.

Study: Breast Cancer Awareness Study An assessment of awareness and knowledge of breast cancer in the general Irish population.

Does Smoking Really Cause Lung Cancer? Oxford's cancer expert, Sir Richard Doll, said that increasing cancer mortality "can be accounted for in all industrialized countries by the spread of cigarette smoking." But is that the only reason? Or even the most likely?

Part 1: Cancer Prevention | Part 2: Alternative Cancer Treatments | Part 3:Adverse effects of the cancer industry

Last updated 10 March 2009