this is why cancer feeds on sugar


This video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5wKWWbqrtoM, can also be seen at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKTjY73tu_1-rfj4CHe8A42Ccw4_iZgL6.Cancer Feeds on Sugar to Make Tumors More Aggressive. By Kate Sheridan On 10/17/17 at 2:14 PM EDT Normal cells, cancer cells and yeast all need sugar to function. The findings may help explain why.and may help ward off certain types of cancer. "If you follow a low-carb eating plan, beans are a good choice to help you.The truth is, sugar does not feed cancer cells any more than it feeds any other cell in your body. Every cell in your body uses sugar, in the form of blood glucose, for energy and growth. That includes cancer cells. Our body takes a nutrient called carbohydrate from our food and turns it into blood glucose. white (table) sugar has carbohydrate.Does cancer feed off sugar – yes I think it does I wrote this once then clicked in the wrong place lol and lost it! I remember when I had a PET scan back in 2011 and the technician said that they put sugar into my body and the uptake of sugar by cancer cells was higher than regular cells.Does This Mean sugar feeds cancer? The mechanism of the PET scan is often sighted by proponents of the Sugar feeds cancer theory to demonstrate their belief. BUT, the fact is, sugar feeds every cell in the body. However, cancer cells multiply at a much faster rate and therefore, gobble up sugar faster to fuel their growth.Very informative thanks my take, It’s true that sugar feeds every cell in our body – even cancer cells. But, research shows that eating sugar doesn’t necessarily lead to cancer. It’s what sugar does to your waistline that can lead to cancer. Taking in too many sugar calories may result in weight gain.The idea of a link between dietary sugar and cancer dates back as early as the 1920’s. Dr. Otto Warburg, a Nobel laureate who studied cancer cell metabolism, noted that cancer cells were glutinous consumers of glucose. Consequently, the sugar hungry nature of some cancer cells came to be known as the Warburg effect.The body’s cells love glucose, so they do feed off sugar. Cancer cells breed more rapidly, which means they eat more.. They don’t die like normal cells so that is why cancer cells spread.