Archive for '04 Diet'

Breast Cancer Recurrence

Choosing the Road to Disaster


Mary (not real name) was a forty-six year-old lady. She was diagnosed with right breast cancer in October 2004 and underwent a mastectomy. She was asked to undergo chemotherapy but declined, preferring to follow the CA Care Therapy. She was started on the herbs: Capsule A & B, LL-tea, Liver-P and Breast M on 28 November 2004. She was doing very well while on our therapy. On 28 November 2006 we interviewed Mary about her health. ...

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Nasi briyani – landed in hospital

The e-Therapy helped her again!

June vomited and had to be hospitalized. Two hours before June vomited she was in perfect health. Her problem started after she ate a packet of nasi briyani.

Intially she was told by her doctors that her problem was due to urine infection. Later the doctors said that based on their experiences this is a recurrence of her cancer.

June was asked to undergo chemotherapy immediately. She declined. After ten days in the hospital, June was discharged and ...

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Take Care of Your Diet


Food, O Food – Can cancer patient eat anything he likes?

SCL was a male of 50 years old. He suffered from advanced, terminal liver cancer. The alpha-fetoprotein on 13 November 1999 was 27,519. SCL started taking herbs (together with the doctor’s liver medication) on 14 November 1999. Since then the alpha-fetoprotein had reduced gradually (Table 8). During the Chinese New Year he took three pieces of lor bak (fried sausage) and a plate of char- hor-fun (Chinese noodle). The alpha-fetoprotein ...

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Food & Cancer

I can eat anything I like – food has nothing to do with my sickness! Correct? Absolutely wrong!

Every year, more evidence accumulates that what we eat determines the progress of our healing or can have a great influence on whether we get sick or not. Today, we are aware that the causes of 70% of cancers are related to our food and lifestyle. Apart from this, as Western ways of life gain popularity in developing countries, more and more people ...

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Healthy Cooking

At CA Care, we tell patients to avoid inflammatory foods such as  refined sugars, refined table salt, refined carbohydrates, all types of meat, dairy products and omega-6-rich polyunsaturated oils.

Very often, in our past dealings with cancer patients, upon hearing our dietary advice, many were upset and reacted negatively. They expressed their disappointment and frustration at being advised against their usual habits of eating. On top of that, many patients found it a challenge to start cooking and preparing meals with ...

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Cancer Patients Should Not Eat Meat

by Yeong Sek Yee

Meat consumption has always been a controversial subject. According to Malaysian statistics, Malaysians do eat a lot of meat. In 1994, Malaysians consumed about 520,000 tons of chicken, 180,000 tons of pork, 70,000 tons of beef and 9,500 tons of mutton. What about 2005? Perhaps more?

Thoughts of strength, vitality, muscle power, energy seems to be in the minds of people when they think of the benefits of animal protein in their diet. Old ...

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Daniel’s Diet

Daniel Chapter 1

V3-5. One day the king ordered …his highest official to choose some young men … they must be fit to serve in the royal palace. (The king said:) Give them the same food and wine that I am served.

V8. Daniel made up his mind to eat and drink only what God had approved for his people to eat … and asked not to eat the food and wine served in the royal palace.

V10-13 (The official told Daniel): ...

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by Yeong Sek Yee

Highly refined cooking oils (sometimes referred to as “plastic fats”) go through 3 main refining procedures. These are neutralization, bleaching, and deodorization and then the final light golden colour oil is usually called NBD Palm Oil (or Soya, Corn, etc) Nowadays it is just referred to as refined palm (or soya, corn) oil or refined vegetable oil.

Below is a brief description of the 3 procedures in getting the oils out of seeds, nuts, pericarps, etc and onto ...

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by Yeong Sek Yee

A universal commodity, just like sugar, salt was so valuable in ancient times that it had served as a currency unit and this had influenced the establishment of trade routes and cities, provoked and financed wars, secured empires, and inspired revolutions. Today it is consumed in abundance.

Salt contains both sodium and chlorine, and is chemically known as “sodium chloride” and it is commonly used to flavour and preserve foods. Before refrigeration was common, large amounts ...

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The Sugar-Cancer Connection

by Yeong Sek Yee

In early June 2006, our Minister of Health, Datuk Chua Soi Lek revealed that Malaysians consume 2½ times the ideal daily intake of sugar (STAR 14/6/06). Malaysians consume an average of 125 mg of sugar daily while the ideal daily intake was 50mg. Is this another Malaysian boleh situation?

According to Datuk Dr. Chua, “Malaysians are aware of the health hazards of consuming too much sugar. They just need to change their attitude ...

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Iron and Cancer

by Yeong Sek Yee & Khadijah Shaari


Iron is a mineral essential for life and is found in red blood cells. Iron’s primary role is to carry oxygen from the lungs to the rest of the body. Much of the iron in the body occurs in the haemoglobin.

Haemoglobin is the component of red blood cells that enables them to carry oxygen and deliver it to the body’s tissues. Iron is thus an important component of ...

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Refined Sugar is Toxic

Refined Sugar is Toxic ~ Leighteon Steward et al.

Since talking or writing about food may take an eternity, let us confine this discussion as to why refined sugars are not good for cancer patients. We hope with this understanding you may appreciate why we, at CA Care, ask you to avoid them. Also we hope with this information you may be able to carry out an informed discussion with your doctors. We have already written a book,Food & Cancer, and ...

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Diet: Some Doctors’ Illogical Arguments



It is really “frustrating” to learn at times, that when you read what is being written about diet in the medical literature and what is being practised differ substantially. I wonder why truth is so elusive. Why can’t people come clean in what they say and do? Where is the so-called practice of “scientifically proven evidence-based medicine”? It is even more frustrating to learn that at times what an expert ...

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