Cancer Diet Resource Now Available for Patients

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Correlation between cancer diet and nutrition is the focus of the Beat Cancer Diet Kit supported by the new Alternatives To Beat Cancer website

Cancer diet and nutrition kit provides information critical to healing and the prevention of cancer. According to the World Health Federation, 75% of all deaths in the United States are diet related. The National Cancer Institute also estimates that approximately 75% of cancer deaths are avoidable through dietary changes.

Proper attention to nutrition and cancer diet promotes the body's natural healing process at all stages of living with cancer. The Beat Cancer Diet Kit (BCDK) provides practical cancer diet guidelines and recommendations to address cancer anywhere in the body.

Patients can use the practical and easy nutritional secrets alongside conventional treatment, or after conventional treatment has failed.

Included in the kit are cancer diet tips designed to create an internal environment that is resistant to cancer growth. Patients have access to information in a comprehensive, mutli-media format.

The BCDK outlines how to fight free radicals, utilize nutrients and ultimately turn a kitchen into a disease-fighting arena. Unlike fad diets, the kit provides information to stimulate lifestyle changes which support recovery and even cancer reversal.

The kit, created by Dr. Susan Silberstein has helped thousands of people to incorporate immediate cancer diet changes to produce life-changing results. Patients report positive outcomes with radiation treatments and recovery time as well as increases in blood counts beyond conventional medicine expectations.

Through collaborative efforts with researchers, physicians, microbiologists, and patients the kit has helped to navigate the cancer maze beyond where conventional medical advice ends.

The Beat Cancer Diet Kit is supported by the new http://www.BeatCancerDietKit.com and http://www.AlternativestobeatCancer.com websites.

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