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No, there is no evidence to support this claim, because she is claiming to have cured a cancer that was never diagnosed. Via Dr David Goski's Respectful Insolence blog: For example, Ann Cameron claims to have cured herself of stage IV colon cancer with carrot juice. She had stage III colon cancer, underwent surgery, and refused chemotherapy. Later, she ...


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In recipes, "table salt", "sea salt", and "koshering salt" often refer to different sized and shaped crystals. There is no question that when sprinkled on food they have different tastes, but that is due to the size and texture. Once dissolved there is no detectable difference. It is possible to buy iodized fine-ground sea salt that is certified kosher. ...


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According to Telegraph, inflammation occurs because of a sialic acid molecule called Neu5GC (N-Glycolylneuraminic acid) that triggers an immune response which causes inflammation. Mice were used for the study which found that all the evidence linking Neu5Gc to cancer was circumstantial or indirectly predicted from experimental setups. According to the ...


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In short: There is no evidence to claim that high intake of refined (or other) sugars impairs the digestion of proteins, but may stimulate inflammation via other mechanisms. The most commonly used refined (added) sugars (glucose or dextrose, fructose, HFCS, invert sugar, corn syrup) are monosaccharides, which do not need to be digested, so they do not ...


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