Smorgasbord Health 2017 – Nobel Prize winning research into sugar and how it creates cancer discarded!

Smorgasbord Health 2017This following excerpt from an article was shared on Facebook by author Brigid Gallagher ( and it reinforces my own message about not only industrialised foods but also a diet high in industrialised sugars.  I am not advocating that we never eat ice-cream, chocolate or the occasional piece of white baked goods, but it should be a small part of an all natural diet.

It also fits nicely into the current series on Digestive health and Candida Albicans which also feeds on sugar and flourishes.

Sugar Doesn’t Just Feed Cancer Cells it May Even CREATE Them by PAUL FASSA

First realize that even without being diagnosed with cancer, we all have at least a few cancerous cells floating around in our “inner terrain”. A decent immune system residing in a slightly alkaline or neutral pH inner terrain is able to fend them off and keep them from colonizing into tumorous masses.

On the other hand, those who indulge primarily in the SAD (Standard American Diet), which includes lots of factory farmed meat and junk foods saturated with refined sugars or high fructose corn syrup (HFCS), which processed foods use even with their non-sweet products to keep you addicted, along with all those refined carbs in refined grain baked products, are adding fuel (literally) to the fire of cancer.

Mainstream oncology ignores this 1930s Nobel Prize discovery by Otto Warburg, aka the “Warburg Effect”: When normal cells begin to lack oxygen respiration to utilize glucose and nutrients metabolically for cellular energy, they depend on fermenting sugar to thrive without oxygen and become cancerous.

getting chemo

Yum … ice cream with my chemo!

Instead oncologists administer chemo IV therapies while giving their patients ice cream and cookies as the poison is injected into them. Big profits from the treatment and selling those toxic drugs at a profit also. “Cancer cells consume sugar about 19x faster than healthy cells.” – Dr. Murray Susser, MD

Read the rest of this very important article on sugars:

Clearly the medical profession are more impressed by the lyrics of the song “A Spoonful of Sugar helps the Medicine go down” than scientific research

Here are some of my own posts on the subject of sugar