I was particularly happy to hear about all the progress around that subject as well as the numerous scientific and experimental evidence that has been built in the last few years. David Servan-Schreiber was right quite a few years in advance, so his book “Anti-cancer” remains a very good read if you are concerned – or if you wish to reduce the risk of being concerned…
I mention that book and a few others on my previous blog post “Anti-cancer tips“.
I also wrote a blog post on good books on cancer, but it’s in French.
Here is a short summary of the video if you are in a hurry;
- Angiogenesis = proliferation of blood vessels (ex: in a woman’s uterus each month, to repare damaged tissues and… to feed cancer tumors);
- All cancers need angiogenesis to grow;
- There are more and more medications targeted at limiting angiogenesis, so cancer treatment is improving;
- The author mentions cancer treatment, but also prevention… and relapse avoidance;
- The vast majority of cancer causes are related to “environment” – and diet is a significant one:
- One can think about “what to remove from our diet”, but also about “what we can add to our diet” (which may be easier if you think about fruits, colored vegetables, cabbage, red wine…);
- Some foods are very good for angiogenesis (green tea, red wine (one glass per day), strawberry,…) but combining foods helps boost their beneficial effects.
The video does not go deep into what foods are good. For that, I refer you to Foods that fight cancer by Richard Beliveau.