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Prevention, is it worth a Pound of Cure?
Benefits of ... Fruits ... & Vegetables
Many years ago I herd the statement that an ounce of
Prevention is worth a pound of cure.
After these many years I know how very true this
statement is. One of the first and best things I did for my health was
to quit smoking. I quit around 24 or 25 and I have truly been blessed by
stopping when I did.
When my wife told me that being overweight like I was,
was like somking a pack of cigarettes a day it finally hit home how bad
my overweight problem was.
I have now lost 50 lbs and am feeling much better, my
blood pressure is lower and my new found health habits of eating my
fruits and vegetables looks to be the best way to reduce my chance of
cancer in the future.
So yes, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of
cure. Know that, and make the right choices now to reduce your chances
of cancer, NOW, not later, later may be too late!
Ok, update, Jan 5th 2015, I confess at age 66, my
knees have quit on me, I detached the ligament in my right arm and even
after having it successfully reattached I only have limited use of it as
I tore a large part of my mussel up and damaged my rotator cuff. I
am now suffering from vertigo (for over 10 months now) so I am back to
220LBs and am very thankful I can get out of bed most days and function
ok, but some days not so good. I still believe this is good
advise, but I can see it does not work too well when you can not
exercise properly, or not at all, as in my case on some days. At
least I am still in remission.
Your Partner In Prevention
Vincy Tidwell Jr.
The Cajun Cowboy
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BENEFITS OF FRUITS & VEGETABLES
VEGETABLES - CELL
Known as "heart medicine" in the Middle East. Has antiviral and
anti-cancer activity. Contains potent anti- oxidants. Reduces
cholesterol. Rejuvenates nerves and is good for the immune system.
Stabilizes blood sugar. Has estrogenic and anti- oxidant activities.
Lowers cholesterol by binding fats in the blood stream. Natural fiber.
Contains numerous anti-oxidants. Speeds up estrogen metabolism. May
block breast cancer and suppress the growth of polyps. Anti-cancer,
anti-ulcer, antiviral. (Vitamin E).
CARROT: ..... A super source of beta
carotene, a powerful anti-cancer, artery protecting, immune boosting,
infection fighting anti-oxidant with wide protective powers. Decrease
stroke, lung cancer in formerly heavy smokers. Decreases odds of
degenerative eye disease and angina.
Contains at least four anti-cancer substances: sulphoraphane, beta
carotene, vitamin C, and indoles. Helps keep cholesterol levels steady
and protects the heart. Contains as much calcium as milk. Has antiviral
and anti-ulcer activity. A super source of chromium that helps regulate
insulin and blood sugar. (Vitamin E).
High in folic acid (anti-depressant). Prevents neural tube
defects in infants. Contains iron, calcium, and potassium. Its rich
mineral makeup enhances liver and gallbladder function, and builds blood
corpuscles and cells. Stimulates the lymph glands. Anti-cancer. Removes
fat and prevents sterility. (Vitamin E).
Rich source of anti-oxidant, and anti-cancer nutrients of
various types. More beta carotene than spinach. Ranks very high as a
potential cancer preventive and all-around disease-fighting vegetable.
Anti-cancer due to high concentrations of anti-oxidants like
monoterpenes, phthalide, polyacetylenes. May detoxify and neutralize
carcinogens in tobacco smoke. Has diuretic activity, and may reduce
accumulation of plaque in arteries and prevent unhealthy blood clotting
Anti-oxidant and cancer antagonists, Containing four times more carotene
and three times more lutein than broccoli. Rich in fiber that helps
Major source of lycopene, which is the pigment that give the tomato the
red color. Lycopene is a seemingly formidable deterrent to pancreatic
cancer. The tomato is mostly water and fairly high in Vitamin A & C.
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FRUITS - CLEANERS
APPLE: ..... A boron source which boosts blood
level of estrogen that prevents calcium loss and bone demineralization.
Boron increases mental alertness and brain activity. It can boost
estrogen levels in postmenopausal women as much as an estrogen
replacement therapy. Apples contain anti-cancer agents and reduce
cholesterol and inflammation. (Vitamin A & C).
PRUNE: ..... A well known laxative. High in
fiber, sorbitol and natural aspirin. Prunes in Juice Plus + have not
been treated with sulfur.
CRANBERRY: ..... Strong antibiotic property that
will prevent infectious bacteria from sticking to the cells lining the
bladder and urinary tract, preventing recurring bladder infections.
DATE: ..... High in natural aspirin. Has
laxative effect. Dried fruits are linked to lower rate of certain
cancers, especially pancreatic cancer. A good source of boron. Date
fiber fights colon cancer.
ORANGE: ..... A complete package of every class
of natural cancer-inhibitor known; carotenoids, terpenes and flavonoids.
Rich in anti-oxidant, vitamin C and beta carotene. Tied to lower rates
of pancreatic cancer.
PECTIN: ..... Regulates your system.
PEACH: ..... A good source of boron. (See
APPLE) Contains powerful anti-oxidants, vitamin C and beta carotene.
PINEAPPLE: ..... Suppresses inflammation. Both
the fruit and a main constituent, an antibacterial enzyme called
bromelain, are anti-inflammatory. Aids digestion. Helps dissolve blood
clots and prevents asteoporosis and bone fractures because of its high
manganese contents. Antibacterial and antiviral.
PLANT ENZYMES: .... Bromelain, papain, lipase,
amylase, protease, cellulose.
PAPAYA: ..... Contains an enzyme called papin
which is used as a remedy for digestive troubles.
CHERRIES: .... High In a natural chemical called
salizylates (natural aspirin). Salizylates. has an anti-coagulant, anti-
inflammatory, analgesic effect. They also may affect prostaglandin in
ways that retards the growth of tumors.
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