Cancer and Insulin Resistance


“True knowledge lies in knowing how to live”
Baltasar Gracian

As we know cancer cells depend almost exclusively on glucose. The mitochondria of cancer cells are dysfunctioning which prevents them from metabolizing free fatty acids. Chronically elevated glucose levels feed tumors and cancer cells. Elevated insulin levels also promote the growth of tumors.

According to German researchers from the University Hospital of Würzburg, a high-carb diet with high sugar contents is believed to contribute to cancer. They said: “Evidence exists that chronically elevated blood glucose; insulin and IGF1 levels facilitate tumorigenesis and worsen the outcome in cancer patients.”

The best way to fix this problem is to lower both glucose and insulin levels. This method is especially effective in people with advanced stage cancer. High amounts of circulating glucose are extremely inflammatory. Inflammation exacerbates almost all diseases, including cancer.

In this program you’ll learn about:

  • What is going on in the body with imbalanced glucose metabolism

  • Why the body has faulty glucose metabolism

  • What is insulin resistance and how it links to cancer

  • Why it’s important for cancer patients to avoid glucose deficiency

  • What is recommendation of eating complex carbs