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#185084 - 09/03/17 12:06 AM Foods Inflamation & Cancer
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The truth about Cancer program is putting out a lot of informative information.

Here are excepts of one --

Foods that Cause Inflammation and Cancer


chronic systemic inflammation

It’s the silent trigger behind conditions as varied and seemingly unrelated as Alzheimer’s, asthma, heart disease, chronic pain, digestive disorders, diabetes and, you guessed it – cancer.

Systemic inflammation typically results from patterns of poor diet, lack of exercise, autoimmunity, and various other factors.
Each of these causes trauma to the body that the immune system attempts to fix by generating free radicals. These free radicals permeate bodily tissue and blood in order to clean up the damage.

But when the body becomes overwhelmed by this trauma, the inflammatory response trying to fix it can persist indefinitely. Too many free radicals can lead to oxidative damage of the arteries, nerves, and other tissues, which is when serious health problems arise.

When food ingredients are refined (stripped of their nutrients), chemically altered, processed and/or high heated, they tend to be inflammatory.

Some of the worst offenders are present in almost everyone’s diet. Whether you live in America, India, or Australia, you are likely consuming vegetable oils that create inflammation – namely soybean, canola, cottonseed, sunflower, and safflower oils. Vegetable oils tend to have an imbalanced ratio of essential fatty acids. Other major offenders that are also pervasive and that promote inflammation are factory farmed animal foods.

Yet we do need some "fats". Which ones are anti-inflammatory?

Coconut oil
Palm Oil

Omega-3 fatty acids are necessary for maintaining intestinal health and optimal production of digestive enzymes and bile

Omega-6 fatty acids while also necessary for maintaining health are inflammatory when consumed out of balance with Omega -3 fatty acids.

Omega -6 fatty acids are especially prominent in vegetable oils, which are used in all sorts of processed, deep-fried, and convenience foods, Salad dressings, mayonnaise, sauces, and almost every processed food you can think of.

Moreover, these oils become even more toxic when cooked at high temperature, which is generally the case in restaurants. In addition, high heat is often used in the processing of canned, bottled, and packaged foods. You must know that if a food is fried, stir fried, or sautéed and it’s served in a restaurant or sold at a grocery store, chances are it contains toxic, high Omega-6 vegetable oil.

Fried foods might be the worst cancer-causing offenders. This includes french fries, doughnuts, fried chicken, fried fish and seafood, etc. I have even found that many veggie burgers are fried.

Excessive amounts of omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) and a very high omega-6/omega-3 ratio … promote the pathogenesis of many diseases, including cardiovascular disease, cancer, and inflammatory and autoimmune diseases, whereas increased levels of omega-3 PUFA (a low omega-6/omega-3 ratio) exert suppressive effects.

#185196 - 09/29/17 09:44 PM Re: Foods Inflamation & Cancer [Re: dedication]
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What about walnut oil and olive oil?
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#185281 - 10/10/17 04:12 PM Re: Foods Inflamation & Cancer [Re: dedication]
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Walnut oil is good and has many health benefits.
It helps control inflammation and may help prevent cancer.
It's also good as an external skin moisturizer.
Very high in calories however, use in moderation.
Personally I prefer the whole nut.

Olive oil is also a good choice, with many health benefits. Though don't overheat as too much heat can destroy it's benefits. Olive oil has a compound called oleocanthal, which prevents the production of pro-inflammatory COX-1 and COX-2 enzymes, thus it helps reduce inflammation.
#185285 - 10/11/17 12:55 PM Re: Foods Inflamation & Cancer [Re: dedication]
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Yes, most vegetables oils does cause systemic inflammation and should be avoided.

However, another big culprit that causes severe systemic inflammation that most of us are unaware ..... is WHEAT.
#185290 - 10/13/17 01:58 PM Re: Foods Inflamation & Cancer [Re: dedication]
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An interesting article: Settling the great grain debate.

The topic of inflammation is covered early on, but some other interesting topics are covered too so it's worth reading it all.
#185387 - 11/05/17 01:00 PM Re: Foods Inflamation & Cancer [Re: Josh M]
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Originally Posted By: Josh M
An interesting article: Settling the great grain debate.

The topic of inflammation is covered early on, but some other interesting topics are covered too so it's worth reading it all.

I did read your link. This site represents a company hiring professionals. I don't know how free any hired individuals are to expressed an alternative view from this company. Could be a similar situation as like the doctors working for a hospital. They need to push and advocate what the hospital push & advocate.

However data does show that wheat is effecting ALL people by causing systemic inflammation whether they have the Celiac Disorder or not. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1954879/

"The data obtained in this pilot study support the hypothesis that gluten elicits its harmful effect, throughout an IL15 innate immune response, on all the individuals. This innate response is found in both patients with and without CD, although the triggering of an adaptive response is CD specific."

For sure, the current food industries support wheat as many many products are made with it. So I think it is normal in this Babylonian world to expect a large dis-info efforts to counteract any data jeopardizing their "improved wheat" industry.
#185401 - 11/06/17 05:03 PM Re: Foods Inflamation & Cancer [Re: dedication]
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I believe the site is "certifying" people rather than hiring them.

Regarding the page,
A huge contingent in the grain-hating world claim these plants contribute to low-level inflammation, an ongoing immune response in which your body attacks its own tissue, causing cell damage.

Three months later, the subjects had slightly increased levels of oxidized LDL cholesterol, a possible marker of increased inflammation.
Reminds me of the "logic" of vaccine promoters.
Grain must cause inflammation because there's more "possible" markers present.
Don't test for inflammation, but test for something else.

The problem? By the end of the experiment, 44 of the 67 subjects had dropped out!
Ah, the real point!
People just don't like whole grains, and won't even complete a study on it. Could it even be possible then, that whole grains cause inflammation if hardly anyone eats them? Kind of like soy, hardly anyone eats whole soybeans, but they say soybeans are bad for you.

But practically, if people are going to get their "grains" in junk food, maybe they really should stop eating them - And the junk food!


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