Last month we looked at nutrition and as promised this month we look at part 1 of what I eat every day. This has allowed me to not just reverse my own cancer, but as a bonus reverse debilitating pain levels from hips and back to zero! 

What do I eat now?

Just to be clear; the cancer and anti-inflammatory diet is plant-based. 

I Do Not Eat Any Meat, Fish, Or Dairy. This includes Butter, Eggs, Milk & Cheese.

This is easy for me as I do not eat any processed (or pre-packaged) foods as I can never be sure what it contains or how it has been made, let alone how long it has sat on a shelf.  Many products include eggs and butter such as some pastas, breads, pastries etc. I do not have any sugar in a refined form. 

In addition (sorry) I drink almost no alcohol (except on special occasions). Cooking with wine or beer is OK though!

No White Bread (* see below for allowable type of homemade bread), Crackers, Biscuits, Cakes, Pastries and the like. I do use organic honey, maple syrup or ‘Stevia’ artificial sweetener.  Organic Stevia is great for sweetening, as are ‘Xylitol’ and ‘Monk Fruit’ sugar as it does not spike blood sugar (especially important if you have insulin resistance or Diabetes).  Maple syrup can also be used as ‘bait’ for cancer with bicarbonate of soda (explained next month).

I eat whole fruit separately from other foods especially, Kiwi, Lemons, Apples, Blueberries, Strawberries, Raspberries Cranberries, Loganberries, Grapes, Pineapple, Oranges, Limes, as well as Tomatoes and Avocados. 

* Re the bread

Japanese research has linked some cancers with the ingestion of goods baked with yeast. The problem is mycotoxins, which are waste products of yeast. There are many health problems that can be directly attributed to yeast, including atherosclerosis (narrowing of the arteries), obesity, as well as Aides.

No flour (using yeast) should be used in a Cancer diet (highly acidic), not even if whole grains are used. However, flour made from almonds, coconuts or chick peas and made with nuts will make a very nice bread with no eggs added. 

See this Youtube video for one such bread: 

You Should Not Drink Anything In A Can Or A Bottle

Coffee is acceptable (one or two cups per day). Coffee is acidic and can also leech minerals from the body, as does conventional tea. Decaf green tea is fine as are other teas like Dandelion and Hibiscus tea. The one I mainly drink is a Ginger and Mango tea from Consum…. Amazing!

I use ONLY filtered water to drink and avoid drinking from plastic bottles as this can deliver PCB’S and other carcinogens. 

White Potatoes are very high on the glycemic index, but Sweet Potato is much lower and ok 2-3 times per week. No Chips! Using white potato is even higher on the glycemic index than Bread.  Rice and Pasta are also high, but can be eaten in moderation. 

Dark chocolate (at least 92% diary free) can be eaten with nuts. About 3-4 squares with a palm-size portion of nuts per sitting.   I make a fabulous chocolate and nut bar with dates, figs and nuts which makes a yummy sweet and healthy snack for those who love sweet things. If you do not like that, try making nut bars with peanut butter, oats nuts, dates… Hmmmmm!

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What does my typical eating/drinking day consist of?

I start with a large hot mug of Mango and Ginger tea at around 8am. At around 10am I have my only coffee of the day – black so as not to break my ‘fast’.  

Breakfast is usually around midday (around 16 hours after my last food). The overnight fast allows the body to reset with blood sugar and a condition of autophagy where cellular renewal and repair can take place. New stem cells can replace older worn out cells and should not be overlooked.

I prepare around 400g of fresh fruit including skins with; Raspberries, Blueberries, Apple, Pineapple (not skin), ½ Kiwi, ½ Banana (not skin), Red Grapes, Pear, Plum, Orange (not skin) and any other fresh seasonal fruit available. I then place around 40g of rolled oats in a cup with boiling water and leave this to soak and absorb the water for a couple of hours. I gently warm this and add the fruit to a ceramic pan and then it is ready to eat. I look forward with huge enthusiasm now every morning to this dish which I often sprinkle with crushed pumpkin seeds for a little added bite. This is followed by another Mango and Ginger tea. 

Next month we look at Part 2 which also includes what to eat when you are ‘eating out’!

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