Try to cut out fast food and junk food like soda, chips and candy. Sugar is the major cause of obesity. Create a nutrition plan for your body type, no two people are the same, everyone’s unique so embrace it. Add CBD oil as a supplement into your nightly routine. CBD has tons of benefits from mental to physical health.
Treating Internal Cancers with CBD Oil
- If you’re a cancer patient beginning treatment with CBD oil, it is recommended that you make some dietary changes and it is advisable to cut out red meat altogether. Use more hempseed, oily fish and vegetables such as broccoli, spinach, corn or potatoes for your protein. Do not drink alcohol as this would be adding additional complications.
- Extensive studies have been carried out on Linus Pauling’s claims that high dose vitamin C prolong the life of cancer patients, and these found that the claims were based on improper statistical analysis of data. Subsequent clinical trials found no benefit from his recommendations. Case reports also indicate that very high doses of vitamin C can cause kidney damage and interfere with the bodies ability to absorb copper; therefore even if supplementary vitamin C is eventually found to have some use in fighting cancer, that role is not likely to be extensive. Vitamin C is a potent antioxidant that does help the body protect its cells, and there is no harm in taking up to 1000 mg daily as a supplement. However, it won’t cure cancer and may give you diarrhea, which will cause dehydration. If you do wish to increase your intake, it is far better to do this by consuming foods that are high in vitamin C content. Adapting a healthy Mediterranean-style diet is proven to reduce cancer due to their foods having high vitamin C content.
- It has been shown that regularly drinking around 3 units of alcohol a day (a large glass of wine) can increase the risk of mouth, throat, esophageal, breast and barrel cancers.
- The best diet for fighting cancer should include unprocessed, predominantly plant-based foods, which includes a variety of vegetables, fruits, whole grains, nuts and beans. Fiber, folate and carotenoids all contribute to the cancer fighting ability of these foods. Fiber in any form decreases the risk of colorectal cancer, and pancreatic cancer risk is lessened with adequate intake of folate. Try to eat your vegetables either raw or lightly steamed, and choose organic produce whenever possible.
- Eating red meat substantially raises the risk of cancer or heart disease death; data collected over 28 years reveals a striking link, and it is recommended that you choose fish or poultry instead. Hemp seeds should be included in your diet and can replace meat or fish proteins.
- Studies have suggested that dairy products may be linked to increased risk for prostate cancer, testicular cancer and possibly for ovarian and breast cancer‘s. Dairy product consumption increases levels of insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1) in the bloodstream. IGF-1 is a potent stimulus for cancer cell growth, so it is advisable to either eliminate or at least reduce consumption.