Cancer is a disease of the cells. The rapid uncontrolled multiplication of the abnormal cells in the body is called cancer. Cells contains nucleus and cytoplasm. When the neuclus size expands, it divides itself. But sometimes the growth of cells become uncontrolled which results in infectious Tumor or a lump. This is called cancer. The cells grow into tumor and starve the nearby healthy cells of nutrients. When the anabolic activity in our body exceeds the catabolic activity, it leads to cancer. A number and forms of cancer exist Disriguising one cancer from another gets difficult. Two persons may have cancer of the same organ but the stages may be different.

Cancer Staging

Cancer Staging is a way of describing the size and how far the cancer has grown from the primary site.

Stage 1

It is the initial stage of cancer. The cancer is small or has just begun in the organ. The patient is afraid and feels threatened by the ability to make his/her way in the world . Stage 1 is the most curable form of cancer


  • A sore that doesn't heal within three weeks
  • A lump or a swelling under the skin
  • A change in bowel or bladder habits
  • Blood in the urine or the stool
  • Rectal bleeding
  • A persistent low_ grade fever
  • Recurrent infections
  • A persistent cough or a cough that brings up blood
  • Persistent fatigue, nausea, or vomiting
  • Blood in the urine or the stool

Root Causes

There is no single cause of Cancer, but the factors that are tied to a greater likelihood of developing cancer are listed as follows:
  • Genetic flaws
  • A toxic liver
  • Viruses and other stealth infections
  • A weekend immune system
  • Stress
  • Lack of exercise
  • Nutritional deficiencies
  • Poor digestion and detoxification


Dietary therapies for cancer seek to return your body to its natural state of balance and health. Focus on a diet of whole foods, as outlined in this chapter, which optimizes immune function and detoxification.

Food to Avoid

Do not eat foods that don't come from nature. Processed food, junk Food, and anything containing chemicals, additives, or dyes should be banished from your menu.


Whenever possible, eat clean, live foods. Look for food that is organically grown. If you are eating poultry, check the label to be sure the animal was not raised on antibiotics or other unnatural substances.