Nutrition’s Impact on Cancer Treatment

Nutrition’s Impact on Cancer Treatment

November 2, 2019 12 By William Morgan


If you look at the chapter I have about all the things that can cause cancer
inflammation is one of them.
Where does inflammation come from?
It comes from chronically high imbalance
of insulin and glucose.
So chronic high insulin can lead to inflammation–part of the whole inflammatory thing,
and that can lead to… Now where are you getting that from? Where is insulin sensitivity coming from?
It’s coming from the diet. Most Type-II diabetics have too much fat and too much glucose.
Fat’s good!
But when you have the fat and the sugar, together, high you get insulin insensitivity.
Again, if you’re going to do “fat is better than sugar”
We evolved to eat fat. Sugar was always something we sought as a species.
Now we’ve refined all of our foods to be loaded with a fuel that we alway had very limited access to.
Now we have a different metabolism, and that’s what’s–
Chronic Alzheimer’s, all these chronic diseases are linked in one way or another
to this systemic inflammation.
Cancer is just being one of them.
What do we have? 1,600 people a day in this country are dying from cancer!
600,000 a year are dying from cancer!
And it goes up and up and up every single year.
Now you tell me what the hell is going on with this?
This is a tragedy of monumental proportions.
And it’s getting worse.
In China they’re losing 10,000 a day.
It’s taken over heart disease.
So you think these experts know what they’re talking about?
If they did, why is this happening?
So that’s the bottom line: Dead people are the ultimate result of the failure to understand
the very biology of the disease that
people are working on.
[applause]