- Sugar is cancer food, cut off the carbs and kill off the cancer.
- Fred Hatfield, killed his cancer, completely gone, one year later.
- Three doctors gave Fred three months to live a wide-spread skeletal metastatic cancer.
- The anti-cancer diet Fred followed, also called “metabolic therapy”, is a ketogenic diet.
- Carbohydrates turn to glucose in the body and cancer cells love glucose.
- Dr. Dominic D'Agostino, University of South Florida, leading the cancer research.
- Dr. D'Agostino found when he removed carbs from the diet of his lab mice, they survived aggressive cancer.
- Even better than when treated with chemotherapy.
- He is seeing similar success in people with cancer.
- All cells are fueled by glucose, if they are deprived of glucose, as on a ketogenic diet, they will switch to using ketones.
- Except for cancer cells.
- Normal cells have metabolic flexibility to adapt to using ketone bodies, cancer cells lack this flexibility.
- When you deprive cancer cells of glucose they die.
If you would like to investigate the principles of a low-carbohydrate ketogenic lifestyle, I recommend reading the following resources: