The Benefits of the South Beach Diet

When we look at statistics where one third of the population will develop cancer at some point in their lives it would behoove us to realize the importance of organic remedies that have proven the test of time. When traditional methods of cancer treatment charges $350,000 to $850,000 for treating seriously ill cancer patients. A chemo drug called The 3 Week Diet Plan Erlotinib costs $3,500 a month. The FDA approved it as a treatment for cancer because it supposedly improved survival by 12 days. 12 days of living hell. All chemotherapy does is make you sicker. Case in point remember the actor Patrick Swayze he died because of the chemotherapy that was designed to help but instead it put him through agonizing pain and undue suffering.

Undue suffering just because he was not given alternate more natural and better treatment options when he was first diagnosed. When you put the actual cost of these so-called traditional medical procedures along with the fact that they do more harm basically the exact opposite of the Hippocratic Oath make you wonder that our medical field is not about the quality of live and the saving of lives but more about money and profits. Foods such as oyster mushrooms and shitake are especially anti-carcinogenic because of their high levels of beta-glucans. It is these mushrooms that are best suited to destroy cancer cells. Other edible mushrooms have also been proven to boost immunity and have same cytotoxic effects on cancer cells. Not only do mushrooms have the ability to eradicate cancer cells but they are the ones that provide to most power in attacking and killing of cancer cells.

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