Vegetable juicing is critical for two major reasons. First, several vegetables are very high in anti-cancer nutrients. Second, by focusing on vegetable juice you are crowding out the bad foods that most people eat.
Of course, the juicing would be of little value if you did not avoid foods which are feeding your cancer or creating an environment which is favorable to cancer cells (e.g. sugar, dairy products, etc. feed cancer cells and microbes).
A cancer patient should absolutely avoid soda pops, including diet soda pops, highly processed foods (e.g. sugar, white flour), coffee, etc. Eating bad foods, especially highly acidic foods, such as those just mentioned, will feed cancer or create an environment in the body in which the cancer cells can thrive.
Always remember that no cancer treatment can be any stronger than the “cancer diet.”
The bottom line is to eat as much natural whole fruits and vegetables as possible and avoid highly processed foods.
It is NOT necessary to only drink vegetable juices, but a cancer patient should attempt to take about 40 ounces of vegetable juices daily. In the case of the very ill, one must start slowly when juicing and “build-up”, sometimes very slowly, to let the body adjust. Some may be able to build up to the full amount and others will not. Doing some is better than doing none.
The amount of vegetable juice one is able to consume will differ with each individual case. Be sure to spread out the juicing over several small drinks, every day. The 40-ounce volume is obviously for adults.
The “cancer diet” is also critical to stopping fast-spreading cancers. The alkaline environment created by a good “cancer diet” is literally the main technique to stop fast-spreading cancers in their tracks.