(Health Secrets) The mainstream media and mainstream medicine crowd were awash with headlines recently about a paper published in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) which proposes that antioxidants could make cancers worse. Eating foods rich in antioxidants is bad for you? What utter ridiculousness – and apparently yet another attempt to turn people away from nature.
First of all, the NEJM paper is not a study, it is merely a paper where two mainstream cancer researchers offer their opinions based on previous flawed studies. As the paper itself says:
“(The study authors) PROPOSE why antioxidant supplements MIGHT not be working to reduce cancer development, and why they MAY actually do more harm than good.” (Emphasis added).
Oh yeah, “propose” (another word for “speculate”) why something “might” do something and “may” be bad for you and then let the mainstream media and mainstream agents run with it as if it were gospel.
The previous studies the authors used to come up with what amounts to a blanket condemnation of all antioxidants were actually studies only on a tiny number of antioxidants and were mostly petri dish (in vitro) and rodent studies. More critically, the studies did not use natural whole food derived antioxidants but rather synthetic petrochemical coal tar derivatives – as has been the case with virtually every mainstream study on vitamins which have shown no benefits and even potential harm. Funny thing about our natural bodies: Things not found in nature, including mainstream chemo and other drugs and fake vitamins are recognized by our bodies as toxins and can indeed be harmful.
As more and more people are turning away from damnable chemo and radiation and turning towards nature expect to see more papers and studies condemning nature. Never forget that cancer is a hundreds of billions of dollars industry and the only way to maintain and increase the profits is to NOT find a mainstream effective treatment for cancer, and discourage natural ones that work.