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THE DANGERS OF LOW-FAT, HIGH CARBOHYDRATE DIETS
ON BREAST AND COLON CANCER  

The best diet to avoid breast cancer is high-fat (animal, not vegetable), low-carbohydrate: "After mutual adjustment of different types of fat, an inverse association with monounsaturated fat and a positive association with polyunsaturated fat were found"
. . . "Saturated fat was not associated with the risk of breast cancer"
. . . "we found no positive association between intake of total fat and risk of invasive breast cancer".
Archives of Internal Medicine
1998; 158: 41-45


"The risk of breast cancer decreased with increasing total fat intake (trend p=0.01) whereas the risk increase with increasing intake of available carbohydrates (trend p=0.002)"
. . . "The findings also suggest a possible risk,
. . . of reliance on a diet largely based on starch."
Lancet 1996; 347: 1351-56

"We found no evidence of a positive association between total dietary fat intake and the risk of breast cancer.
There was no reduction in risk even among women whose energy intake from fat was less than 20 percent of total energy intake. In the context of the Western lifestyle, lowering the total intake of fat in midlife is unlikely to reduce the risk of breast cancer substantially."
New England Journal of Medicine,
1996; 334:356-61

All human cells except nerves feel well when placed in the yolk of a hen's egg; however cancer cells placed in yolk die within several hours. There are no carbohydrates in egg yolk. That experiment illustrates how ordinary human cells don't need carbohydrates but that cancer cells have to have them to survive.
Dr. Jan Kwasniewski

The best diet to avoid colon cancer is low-carbohydrate, low cereal fibre (bran): "Many carbohydrates can stimulate epithelial-cell proliferation throughout the gastrointestinal tract."
. . . "Until individual constituents of fibre have been shown to have, at the very least, a non-detrimental effect in prospective human trials, we urge that restraint should be shown in adding fibre supplements to foods, and that unsubstantiated health claims be restricted."
. . . "Specific dietary fibre supplements, embraced as nutriceuticals or functional foods, are an unknown and potentially damaging way to influence modern dietary habits of the general population."
Lancet 1996; 348: 319-20


"Our data do not support the existence of an important protective effect of dietary fiber against colorectal cancer or adenoma."
New England Journal of Medicine 1999;340:169-176, 223-224
A study looking at colorectal subsites: ascending, transverse, descending, sigmoid and rectum concludes that loose or soft faeces are a significant risk factor for cancer at these sites.
Cancer Causes and Control
1995; 6: 14-22
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NOTE: Bran loosens faeces (BAG)
"Johns Hopkins researchers have found evidence that some cancer cells are such incredible sugar junkies that they'll self-destruct when deprived of glucose, their biological sweet of choice"
. . . "Scientists have long suspected that the cancer cell's heavy reliance on glucose, its main source of strength and vitality, also could be one of its great weaknesses,
and Dang's new results are among the most direct proofs yet of the idea."
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA,
1998; 95: 1511-1516.
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