Fresh juice pressed juice from raw foods provides the easiest and most effective way for the body to absorb nutrients quickly without tasking the digestive system. By juicing, cancer patient are able to take in phytochemical and enzymes that activate the healing process. A typical cancer patient can consume up to thirteen glasses of fresh, raw carrot, apple and green leafy vegetables, which are prepared hourly from fresh raw, organic fruits and vegetables using a twin gear or hydraulic press juicer.
When it comes to juicing for cancer patient my number one is the carrot juice. There thousands of phytonutrients (i.e. nutrients in plants not otherwise classified) in carrots that have not yet been identified or tested for cancer-fighting abilities. It may be that we do not yet know the best cancer-fighting nutrient in carrots, but based on many testimonials and some books, carrots may be the best cancer-fighting vegetable of all.
“In a review of 206 human studies, carrots consistently emerged as one of the top cancer-fighting foods. The power of carrots lies in the group of pigments called carotenoids (beta-carotene is among this group), which give them their orange color.”
Carrot juice come with loads of nutrition that blends easily with other vegetable, it can as well stand on its own. Juicing at least 4 carrots with an apple can cover many of the stronger vegetables, especially some of the most potent cancer healing agents like turmeric root and cabbage family vegetables.
Some of the raw vegetables I recommend for the treatment of cancer are carrots, cabbage, green asparagus, broccoli, beetroot, beet tops. Peppers also have cancer fighting substances. Another great juice for cancer is the pineapple juice. Juicing kale, spinach or other vegetable with pineapple is very ideal and delicious for patients suffering from cancer. Adding fresh blueberries, raspberries or strawberries to the mix offers great anticancer flavonoid. Also juicing lemon with the peels intact and adding a mix of herds like fresh peppermint and basil provides powerful anticancer plant terpenes like d-limonene.
Other fruits juices I recommend for cancer treatments are: Raw pineapple (Bromelain), Apricot seeds (laetrile), Strawberries, red raspberries, black raspberries (laetrile and ellagic acid), Blueberries (ellagic acid, anthrocyanins, OPC), Whole purple grapes with seeds and skins (more than a dozen, see Grape Cure article), Whole purple grapes with seeds and skins (more than a dozen, see Grape Cure article).
Turmeric root contains a phytochemical called curcumin, which has been shown to eliminate cancer cells. Ginger is also an important juice consideration when it comes to cancer because of it’ similar compounds. Ginger is also useful in alleviating nausea occurring from chemotherapy and radiation, acting directly on the gastrointestinal system as well as areas in the brain that controls nausea.