Juicing isn’t easy, in fact it can be intensive but it’s an effective therapy.
We can provide our bodies with a super dose of enzymes, minerals and nutrients each day by consuming large amounts of fresh, organic juices. Juices are naturally high in vitamins, minerals, enzymes, micro-nutrients, and they’re low in sodium, fats, and proteins.
There are many different raw food diets. You need to understand that not all vegetables and fruits are equal in their ability to treat cancer. It’s widely accepted that carrots may be the best cancer-fighting vegetable. Dr Brandt found carrots contain falcarinol, which is an antioxidant proven to have anticancer properties. Researchers in the UK and Denmark reduced cancerous tumors by 1/3 in mice and rats with lab induced cancers.
Additionally, a human study found that consumption of carrot juice increased blood levels of carotenoids in breast cancer survivors. Dr Wendy Wrieden, of the university’s Human Nutrition Research Centre, said: “We know that eating a variety of vegetables and fruit can reduce the risk of some cancers and other chronic diseases”.
A study documented in the Journal of Medicinal Food shows some extremely promising results. The authors of the paper state: “Carrots contain beneficial agents such as β-carotene and polyacetylenes, which could be effective in the treatment of leukemia.” The researches involved in the study applied carrot juice extract to leukemia cell lines, which induced apoptosis and inhibited progression through the cell cycle. They concluded: “This study has shown that extracts from carrots can induce apoptosis and cause cell cycle arrest in leukemia cell lines. The findings suggest that carrots may be an excellent source of bioactive chemicals for the treatment of leukemia.”
How much juice do you need per day?
Stories have been circulated on the internet of people who have used carrot juice to overcome cancer. One story that has gotten some attention is a man named Ralph Cole who drank 5 pounds of carrots each day for the better part of a year.
Gerson Juice Diet is the leading authority on juicing to kill cancer cells. In the Gerson diet they suggest 13 juices per day (1 per hour). A patient can consume up to 14 pounds of veggie/fruit juice per day. This can be quite difficult for most people to stomach, but it beats chemotherapy.
What should you put in your juicer?
By far beets and carrots are the best natural cancer killers. In our experience you should use more therapies than just juicing (such as essential oils, probiotics, oxygen, hyperthermia). You can find other successful therapies on our website.