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Pat was posted 11/30/2008 08:08 pm by ClaudiaR
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I know there was a study that showed cancer (isolated from the human body) can feed on sugar. That does not mean cancer causes sugar. In fact, various scientists have reached all sorts of conclusions what this means. And, the truth is, like it or not, everything we eat is broken down to sugars.

it seems to me any doctor around would say that after the whipple, the important thing to do is follow your tastes and try to gain weight. See what helps you, and what helps your bowels! Follow your cravings, eat what you can. This is what friends of mine who have had the whipple and done well have done: They have let their taste buds and their bodily reactions to various foods dictate what they eat. One friend found pizza doesn't agree with him and he has to rush to the toilet, but he likes pizza so much he allows himself to eat it when he's home! Claudia

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