Are you already eating a Paleo-type diet—low in carbohydrates, higher in protein and fat? If so, keep it up.
We recommend eating this way for optimal health. It focuses on green vegetables, clean proteins, and healthy fats. And it keeps your blood sugar balanced and your metabolism firing.
But it does even more than that. Eating a Paleo-type diet can help you reduce your risk of cancer. And depending on the level of carbohydrates you eat, it can destroy existing cancer cells.
In fact, one doctor used this diet to kill the cancer in his own body.1 Dr. Fred Hatfield had aggressive, widespread metastatic cancer and only three months to live. That was over a year ago. He no longer has any traces of the cancer.
Cancer cells love glucose. If you stop giving it to them, they die. But you can also increase the ketones in your body—which cancer cells can’t use. Instead, healthy cells, including your brain cells, use those ketones as fuel.
Eating this way even directly aids chemotherapy treatment in slowing the growth of cancerous tumors.2
|Ketogenic Diets have been used as a legitimate medical treatment for multiple conditions, including epilepsy, diabetes, and obesity, as far back as the 1920s.5|
You increase the healthy fats in your diet and lower your carbohydrates. In other words, you make your diet ketogenic. Paleo is already slightly ketogenic, depending on the number of carbohydrates you consume every day.
In a ketogenic state, your body produces ketone molecules as fuel. It doesn’t rely on glucose. In fact, if you are insulin resistant and your body and brain can’t use glucose, ketones may be the only fuel you can use.
The best way to get into ketosis: Limit your carbohydrates and increase your intake of coconut oil and medium chain triglycerides (MCTs). If you limit your carbohydrates enough while increasing your healthy fats, your body goes into a very efficient fat-burning state.
But you want to limit your carbohydrates, not eliminate them. You want to make sure you stay energized. The best way to determine this is to start at 100 grams per day and work your way down. Most people find that 50 grams a day is their sweet spot for burning fat, staying energized, and feeling mentally sharp.
If you’re currently eating more than 100 grams of carbohydrates a day, you’ll want to lower the amount gradually. If not, your body will react to the loss of sugar. You might get headaches, flu-like symptoms, and even fatigue. These usually disappear in a few days.
The next step to take is to increase the amounts of healthy fat and protein in your diet. One of the best ways to do this is to eat wild-caught sockeye salmon for its high omega-3 fatty acid and protein content.3 Make sure that whatever carbs you do eat are from quality sources. Go for leafy greens and other non-starchy vegetables.
The emphasis on protein and fat consumption will preserve muscle and even help you feel fuller while eating fewer calories and carbohydrates.4 And that alone is a nice benefit. But even better? Eating a lower carbohydrate diet can kill cancer in your body by starving it of the fuel it needs to grow.
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