New Study: High sugar diet linked to cancer promotion.

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Published Monday, January 4, 2016 8:05AM EST

A new U.S. study has found that the high levels of sugar in the typical Western diet could promote the risk and spread of breast cancer.

Previous studies have already looked at how sugar can play a role in the development of cancer; however, according to the team of researchers from the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, this is the first study to look at the direct effect of sugar consumption on the development of breast cancer and the specific mechanisms involved using breast cancer animal models.
In the study, funded by the National Institutes of Health, the breast cancer animal models were mice that had been genetically modified for breast cancer research, before being randomly placed into 4 different groups. Each group was then fed a different diet with varying levels of sugar until the mice reached six months of age.

At six months, the results showed that a diet with a level of sugar similar to that in the typical Western diet led to an increase in the growth of tumors and the spread of cancer to the lungs when compared to a non-sugar starch diet, with 50-58 per cent of mice who were fed a sucrose-enriched diet developing mammary tumors.

Looking at the mechanisms that may be involved in the growth and spread of tumors in the mice on the sugar diets, the team believe that sugar increases the enzyme known as 12-LOX and the fatty acid known as 12-HETE in breast cancer cells, which could both be factors in the growth and spread of breast cancer and warrant further investigation.
The results also found that fructose, found in table sugar and high-fructose corn syrup, a common ingredient throughout the U.S. food system, was a particular risk factor in increasing 12-HETE production in breast tumors and contributing to the spread of the disease to the lungs.

The team believes that identifying the risk factors for breast cancer is a public health priority, and advised a diet lower in sugar, especially as sugar consumption in the U.S. is on the increase, with sugar already being identified as a factor in the development of other health problems such as heart disease and obesity.

The findings were published online in the journal Cancer Research.

How to make an avocado shake by Fred Shadian

How to make an Avocado Shake for Breakfast by Fred Shadian

How to make an Avocado Shake

As Walt Whitman said: “Drink your solids and chew your liquids.”

The Avocado Shake / Juice is one of the most nutritious foods you can drink/eat to enhance your health.

The best time to have your avocado shake / Juice is for breakfast.

The word breakfast is telling us to break-a-fast and when you break-a-fast

you want to start by drinking a glass of water then drinking vegetable juice

or an avocado shake / Juice.

Make sure you taste and chew your liquids as you experience the breakfast of Champions.

Enjoy the process.

AvoShake

1 – Avocado

1/2 – English cucumber (peeled)

1 – Tomato

1 – handful of Spinach

1 – scoop of Organic Greens powder

1 – VidaCell packet

1 – Soy Sprout powder

1 – Tablespoon of Hemp hearts

1 – lemon (juice only)

pinch of Sea Salt

2 – Tablespoons of Oil (olive, grape seed, Udo’s, Hemp, Flaxseed)

8 oz of water (or use Coconut water or try mixing half water with half Almond milk, Rice Milk, Soy Milk or Hemp Milk – avoid dairy it’s not for human consumption)

AvoFruShake

1 – Avocado

1/2 – English cucumber (peeled)

1/2 an apple or 1/2 cup of any low sugar fruit. (one fruit only)

1 – scoop of Organic Green powder

1 – VidaCell packet

1 – Soy Sprout powder

1 – Tablespoon of Hemp hearts

1 or 2 – Tablespoons of Oil (olive, grape seed, Udo’s, Hemp, Flaxseed)

1 – handful of Spinach

1 – stalk of celery

fresh grated ginger

8 oz of water (or use Coconut water, or try mixing half water with half Almond milk, Rice Milk, Soy Milk or Hemp Milk. Avoid dairy it’s not for human consumption)

How to make an Avocado Shake


Click here to order the Organic Greens

The Gateway in London with Fred Shadian

Thought of the day as I walk through Marble Hill Park in London, England. To be truly successful in what you want to create in your life, what I found is that the words we say internally and externally will create the lifestyle we desire in our daily lives. A good example of this is when I am coaching / mentoring an individual I notice they get positive for a day, a week or a month and then they stop taking action towards their goals, dreams and desires when ever they meet an obstacle or when the negative internal dialogue takes over. Internal/External communication is like working out, you can’t just do it once and expect massive results you need to do something everyday towards your common goal to create massive results.

Fred Shadian