Can I eat fruit if I have cancer or any other disease conditions? Part 2
“People have indigestion, which is really a rotting fermentation process taking place in the upper GI tract, for years.”
Fred Bisci, Your Healthy Journey
Everything that is going through your mouth is absorbed through the villi of the intestines and especially through the upper GI tract (2nd brain). We just have to keep in mind what happens when people have cancer, eat fruit and they don’t have a clean GI tract. The sugars will actually stir up more of a problem in the upper GI tract (2nd brain), because it causes more fermentation which adds to the existing fermentation. This cycle can go on for years until your body starts expressing dysfunction or illness.
It’s a little different than most people would expect, and fruit is definitely OK for a healthy person who is moving their bowels correctly and has a clean GI tract. (ARE MY BOWELS MOVING CORRECTLY?)
There’s no way in the world that fruit is going to cause cancer for healthy people. The latest research is showing that actually the most powerful antioxidants are in the stone fruits. Watch out, pharmaceutical companies are going to start bottling this stuff!
When I work with someone’s lifestyle who has cancer, I certainly don’t encourage them to eat fruit, but not for reasons related to blood sugar. IGF-1 and 2 are insulin-like growth factors which enable a normal cell to divide and multiply and that includes the cancer cell. Surges in your blood sugar cause cells, normal and cancerous to promote growth. That’s why a lot of body builders now are using insulin because if you use more insulin, you’re actually promoting in a healthy person more division and growth of cells. I do not advocate this approach because if you were really healthy, you would not need this method.
When you are living Your Healthy Journey strength, endurance and coordination are the healthy side effects. But the side effects of continual use of insulin has a good and bad effect because you will get growth of healthy cells and potentially down the road you are promoting the growth of cancerous cells. This can take place anywhere in your body!
Traditional science points this out very clearly, even in IPT, which is Insulin Potentiated Therapy where they give a person that has cancer insulin to drive their blood sugar down, maybe down to 40. Then they give them glucose and 10% of a chemotrophic drug. I know a doctor that does this method and claims he gets good results. I have never spoken with people that have received this approach but again it’s not a cure.
Years ago, some of the best results I saw with cancer were people that were actually including some fruit but they had a strong foundational lifestyle, Your Healthy Journey, they were doing lots of colonics, enemas, detoxification and cleanses and taking high-quality probiotics.
I also recommend that you supply your body with green foods, systemic and digestive enzymes and our Detox Formula, Miror EPF. Right now, the answer is, leave out the fruit till you’re fully aware what’s happening within your body and your GI tract. We all need to ask ourselves, daily, what’s happening in my body, what constitutes a healthy lifestyle, what am I doing that is promoting cancer growth or what can I do as a form of prevention. It’s Your Healthy Journey!
ENJOY YOUR HEALTHY JOURNEY!
SO WHO IS FRED ANYWAY??
Fred Bisci, author, “Your Healthy Journey”, Head of the Spartan Race Nutritional/Lifestyle Advisory Board, has successfully worked with amateur, elite, professional and extreme athletes. He has been a tenacious athlete completing eighteen marathons, two ultra-marathons. He also has a history as a Navy boxing champ, has successfully competed in Olympic-style weight lifting, and still leads an athletic life. Fred, born 1929, has lived on 100% raw plant foods for over 50 years and is a lifestyle/longevity coach, food scientist; detox/fasting expert and clinical nutritionist. He offers a natural, simple, common sense approach by showing people a well-grounded experience to the healing power, peak athletic performance and remedial capabilities of the human body.