What’s my personal view of food and cancer?

I’m not allowed to help when it comes to cancer, diabetes or epilepsy. I understand they’re worried about quack doctors who try to make money off such a hard, and often desperate, situation. At least when it concerns cancer.

Diabetes is probably controlled; otherwise too many people would get well. The Ketogenic diet is finally spreading amongst people with epilepsy.


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But I am allowed to write about cancer, as long as I don’t give advice to anyone, not trying to help anyone or do it for free. So that’s what I’m going to do.

Here is my quick reference for Cancer.
The cancer cell lives off glucose. So avoid to feed it with that.

1. Eat a balances low carb diet WITH a lot of vegetables.
2. Avoid malnutrition as it’s causing stress to the body and stress increases the blood sugar.
3. Focus on thinking you’re good as you are and to feel well as stress, anxiety and anger is increasing the blood sugar from the inside.
4. Practice yoga, mindfulness and the breathing minute.

To worry and feel you’re never good enough can cause a high level of blood sugar even if you eat perfectly.

If you’re over strict you’ll miss important nutrients and this will stress your body out. So even though you eat no carbs at all your blood sugar level will still increase!!

Exaggeration will create new problems. You can’t starve cancer by avoiding carbs. The body doesn’t work like that.

Research shows that cancer is connected to inflammations. So avoid getting them and eat anti inflammatory food.

1. Avoid gluten which both creates and feeds the inflammation.
2. Eat fish and shellfish often.
3. Eat some additional omega 3 (EPA, DHA)
4. Avoid ready meals and convenience foods.
5. Avoid all oils except from rape oil and olive oil, and eat them moderately.
6. Always avoid margarine – always choose butter.
7. Add turmeric, coconut fat and ginger
8. Onion, but especially cabbage, is associated with better protection against cancer.
9. Choose beef from cows that have been able to grazing grass.

A healthy gut flora is very important in order to have a balanced immune system.

1. Eat vegetables every day to get the fibres.
2. Eat psyllium husk.
3. Eat probiotics.
4. Move your body every day.
5. Eat fermented vegetables, eat sauerkraut.

When you’re ill the oxidative stress in your body increases. Eat antioxidants.

1. Eat cabbage! All kinds of it. All kinds of onions.
2. Eat green raw leaf vegetables.
3. Eat vegetables of all different colours.
4. Enjoy herbs like thyme, oregano, basil etc.
5. Spice your food. Cinnamon, curry, chilli, garlic, black pepper…
6. Eat 1 tablespoon of coconut fat.
7. A few cups of coffee a day.
8. Green tea.

And hug + laugh a lot – Every day.

But you’re not a doctor..!

“But Anna, it can’t be that easy. Then why doesn’t the health service know about this?!”

Because the health service tries to cure the symptoms. Deal with what causes the problems instead.

They don’t look at the cause. “What is causing these problems?” And then, trying to deal with the cause itself.

In the health service there is loads of money to earn. That is also why a lot of research has been done there.

The wellness industry is called humbug. In that industry there is no medication to make money off, hence why not a lot of research has been done.

I China (in the past) the doctors only got paid if their patients got well, and remained well. If you got ill again the doctor had to treat you for free, because it meant the doctor hadn’t done a good enough job.

Is there any scientific evidence behind that?

Here’s a thought…

“Is there any scientific evidence behind that?”

This is a question I often get.

I’ve thought about it quite a lot. Yes, outside the box like usual. *Smiles*

Is there scientific evidence behind everything? No.

Why? Well, who would like to pay for something that won’t make them any money?

Is it just when something has been scientifically proven it can be taken seriously?

If that’s the case, what is there scientific proof of? Who’s paid for it?

Does that mean a pill is better than another pill because someone chose to conduct a study on it?

Is science and scientific evidence the same thing?

The last question has made it a bit confusing.

I use science. The science of hormones. The science of neurotransmitter. The science of the nervous system.

But I’m not very impressed by scientific studies where a group of people get the same result in a designed study with the purpose of selling medication.

What happens to all the truths and solutions that no one can make money off? Are they not true and serious just because no one has chosen to study them? Even though they comply with science?

Did we get the words science and scientific studies mixed up?

And is there one truth that is true for everyone?

Or do we react differently to the same thing? And if so, who owns the real truth.

If 30% gets better by using X, the other 70% doesn’t feel any different. Does that mean X doesn’t work?

I love science like chemistry, physics, biochemistry, physiology, anatomy etc.

It doesn’t really impress me though when scientific studies shows that “people” react to something a certain way or that for example statins cure heart attacks.

One hundred people try something that there hasn’t been a study about. Everyone feels better. No side effects. Conclusion: They are just anecdotes. It’s not true until someone’s conducted a study? And if no one can make money off it, it will never be considered true?

Interesting and quite upsetting thoughts. And a part of my everyday life…

Quick Reference – Skin Care Products

Are you choosing skin care products as carefully as you choose what to eat?
A lot of people are really trying to avoid additives, eat ecologically and healthy. And still, the worst and biggest source of chemicals can be found in the bathroom cabinet.

If would never put anything on the list below on my skin. What will your decision be?

1. Mineral Oil

White mineral oil, Baby oil, Mineral oil, Microcrystalline wax, Paraffinum liquidum, Vaseline, Paraffin, Oleum petroleum, Oleum vaselini, Petrolatum, Oleum Paraffin, Paraffinum, Vaseline Oil, E 905, Paraffin Oil, Liquid Paraffin

2. Paraben

Examples: Butylparaben, Methylparaben, Ethylparaben, Propylparaben (The name always ends with “paraben”).

3. Fragrance


Sodium Laureth Sulphate, Sodium Lauryl Sulphate, Ammonium Laureth Sulfat

5. PEG

Polyethylene glycol is usually followed by a number, but not always. For example PEG 50 Stearate.

I also don’t like:

silicones, BPA (Bisphenol A), BHT (E 321: Butylhydroxytoluene), Cocamide DEA, Octylmethoxycinnamate (OMC)… There are a few more. Usually it’s enough to check if the products contain anything on the Top 5 list. That way a lot of them can be avoided straight away.
Why do I choose not to use these ingredients/substances? I will get back to this soon. I promise!