vegetarian diet to prevent cancer
April 15, 2009 5:22pm CST
Hello everyone here Ji, After I read following, I wish to share with you as I am pure Vegetarian: http://jainsamaj.org/magazines/may2002.htm[b]"BRISTOL CANCER CENTRE RECOMMENDS VEGETARIAN DIET TO PREVENT CANCER In order to avoid the incidence of Cancer disease, which is already quite high in U.K., the people are becoming increasingly conscious about adopting all possible preventive methods including changing over from non-vegetarian meals to a strictly regulated vegetarian diet. The Bristol Cancer Help Centre, attached to Bristol Cancer Hospital in U.K. has come out with guide-lines for those suffering from this disease and also for others to strengthen the defence mechanism in the body to prevent cancer.The items recommended in the diet are:Increasing the use of whole grains and cereals, brown rice and corn. Use of pulses, beans and soyabeen at least thrice a week. Use of sun-flower oil and Olive oil as cooking media. Avoiding use of milk having high cream-content, curd and Paneer. Use of honey in place of refined or crystal sugar. Avoid any pre-cooked food items, tea, coffee, chockletes and cola. Taking wine in very limited quantity, if at all unavoidable. "[/b]If possible do act under positive manner. May god bless you and have a great time.
• United States
18 May 09
The foods you have mentioned DO have a lot to recommend them, such as anti-oxidants, high fiber, and many other nutrients that have indeed been shown to prevent some cancers. Thank you for the list of many of those foods. Karen
• Hong Kong
17 Apr 09
hum....what's the proof and what's the reason behind this? It's not really making much sense. I think we are obtaining the nutrients all different kind of food. So a balance diet should be eat a variety of "natural" food, right? This news just sounds like telling me meat will cause cancer....I am not sure does this make any sense to me.....
18 Apr 09
Hello my dear mimimeow Ji, Well, we have been Veg. through out our life so far and are never near to that dreaded disease. Further, one who gets into the pond only feels wetness of water. Let's do it, before asking for proofs. I would not be able to tell anything on meat. As I have never tasted even. May God bless you and have a great time.