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Question: For someone who has colon cancer, how many ounces per week of animal products would be permissible? And which types — organic eggs, chicken?

Answer: I think discussing what animal products, and/or in what quantity would not be appropriate for a person with colon cancer. The answer is zero — no animal products. Animal products promote anabolic hormones, especially IGF-1, which can induce cell proliferation, increasing the risk or growth of cancer. The same is true for sugar. A vegan, Nutritarian diet (with green juices) rich in plant proteins from beans, seeds, nuts, and greens is more appropriate for a person with colon cancer. Exercise is also important. Studies have shown that exercising 4-5 hours/week reduces the risk of colon cancer recurrence significantly. Healthy Times Newsletter #22 includes a complete nutritional protocol for those with cancer.

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