Exercise and Cancer

Study suggests exercise reduces your chance of developing seven different types of cancer. Let me give you an explanation based on my studies.

The Journal of Clinical Oncology published an article in December of 2019 stating that if you exercise, you are likely to reduce your chance of developing seven different types of cancer. Out of 15 types of cancer they looked at, in 750,000 people, they found a statistically lower incidence of seven cancers but they could not explain why. Let me give you an explanation based on my studies. Watch the video and look below the video to read the trancsript.

You see cancer cells appear in our body periodically, starting even before you are born. Your immune system will kill it unless the cancer cells multiply faster than what the immune system can take care of. In order for cancer cells to multiply they need two things: one, a fuel for energy, two, raw materials for construction of new cells. Interestingly cancer cells use glucose for both. Glucose that is absorbed into the body after a meal. 

So what is the connection between that and exercise? When you exercise your muscles can use glucose to produce energy. The more you exercise, less glucose is available for cancer cells to multiply. That could be the reason why exercise reduces the incidence of cancer. 

Keep in mind it is not a single type of cancer. In seven different types that means it has to be a common factor. That is where I come with the idea that it could be glucose. It is difficult to sustain the level of exercise needed to keep the blood sugar down or blood glucose down in the long term because as we get older we cannot maintain the same level of exercise. 

On the other hand you can lower the blood glucose level by eating less food that will be digested and absorbed into the body as glucose. Here i am referring to primarily grains and grain-based foods: rice, wheat, and corn because they contribute more glucose into your system, into your blood, than any other food. 

A better way to control growth of cancer cells so that your own immune system can kill them is to reduce the intake of grain and grain flour products. Don’t get me wrong, you do need exercise but that is for other benefits of exercise not for cancer reduction by itself.

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