Sugar, Fats, and Cancer
Ted, I have been reading your information about cancer treatment with great interest. I have two questions if I may. You list what you can't eat, but I can't find a list anywhere of what you CAN eat, or what you recommend.
From my readings elsewhere, I would agree that sugar feeds cancer, and a low blood sugar is critical. I'm interested in your opinion on fruit however. In Doug Grahams book 80-10-10, he makes the claim that fruit sugar isn't the problem, its fat. He hypothesis is that fat in the body is similar to an oil spill on the ocean, creating a thin slick coating over normal cells. Since this coating inhibits the normal cells from uptaking the sugars and nutrients, the blood sugar quickly rises. Remove the fat (by only eating fruits and vegetables) and he claims the cells are now free to quickly intake the sugars, and the blood sugar never rises. I would really enjoy your thoughts on this.