Carcinoid tumors grow slowly and affect the gastrointestinal tract and lungs. While juice therapy is not recommended for this type of cancer, there are juices you should avoid.
Sufferers of stomach cancer often have problems with getting enough nutrients in their diet. We take a brief look at the fruit and vegetables that may help.
Ovarian cancer doesn’t often provide strong symptoms. Juicing can help provide support from this type of cancer, but only ONE type of juice.
Cancer of the oesophagus needs to be treated by your doctor. While juices may reduce the risk of esophageal cancer, or slow it’s development, this devastating disease does need laser and radiation therapy.
Prostate cancer is something men worry about. However, those who eat a diet high in “plant food” are less likely to develop cancer. It seems that the “active” ingredient is a fiber – pectin.
Neutopenia is a complication associated with cancer. Patients that suffer from neutropenia should not squeeze their own juice because of the potential for pathogens to exist in the fruit and vegetables.
Juicing is a natural way to get vitamins and minerals but it is not the secret for leukemia. In this article we mention the “miraculous” green tea effect for leukemia and lymphoma.
Can juicing help with this common form of skin cancer?
Cancer of the bladder can be responsive to nutritional therapies including juicing since the bladder itself comes into contact with the chemicals in the food we eat. Foods can therefore help the fight against bladder cancer, but it can also make things worse if you don’t know what you are doing!