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DON'T EAT SUGAR was posted 05/01/2011 09:21 am by Anonymous
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Pancreatic Cancer: A study published in 2005, in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), found those with high glucose levels to be at increased risk for developing cancer and dying from cancer. A higher death rate for all cancers, approximately 29%, was reported in these patients. As well increased risk of cancer of the pancreas, esophagus, liver, cervix, and colon were shown. The food items listed above -- recommended for pancreatic health -- will balance blood sugars. Eliminating sugary and starchy food items and beverages will prevent undesirable spikes in blood sugar levels. The bulk of our diet should consist of nutrient-dense food items that will support our body processes.

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