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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 1, 2007

    Refined Sugar Feeds Cancer

    Nancy Appleton does an excellent job exposing what the sugar industry would rather you not know! Refined sugar wreaks havoc on the immune system and allows physical degeneration to take hold in the human body. This is a known scientific fact in the majority of the world. The reason it is not recognized here in the US is because of the private interest groups that disseminate junk-science on a daily basis. Anyone who has studied biochemistry in-depth can verify the destructive nature of sugar. This book is a great reference guide and will educate and empower you! In my best-selling book, 'Cracking the Cancer Code,' I outline the fact that sugar feeds cancer and therefore allows the cancer to spread like wildfire! The 1931 Nobel laureate in medicine, Otto Warburg, PhD, first discovered that cancer cells frequently exhibit an increase in anaerobic glycolysis. This is the process whereby glucose is used as a fuel by cancer cells with lactic acid as an anaerobic byproduct. The large amount of lactic acid produced by this fermentation of glucose from cancer cells is transported to the liver. This conversion of glucose to lactate generates a lower, more acidic pH in cancerous tissues as well as overall physical fatigue from lactic acid build-up. Thus larger tumors tend to exhibit a more acidic pH. - Dr. Matthew Loop

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