Cancer & Garlic

24 May

Easily understood video.  Implication: If you’re going to eat meat, you should also eat garlic.

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Posted by on May 24, 2013 in Cancer, Health Care, Video


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15 responses to “Cancer & Garlic

  1. Debbie

    May 24, 2013 at 9:23 AM

    Nice video. And, as usual, common sense comes to the rescue …. that, and good Italian food with lots of tomatoes, garlic and red wine. ;-)

  2. Buck

    May 24, 2013 at 10:53 AM

    Does anyone know the health implications of cooked garlic vs. raw garlic and if they have the same effect mitigating the negative results of carcinogens?

  3. Forster

    May 24, 2013 at 12:08 PM

    Meat itself does not cause cancer. The junk science that claims it does is part of a campaign to return us back to feudal austerity in which the average person was a foot shorter, and died 30 years younger, than their counterpart in modern times.

    Men, when you stop eating meat, especially red meat, your testosterone level plunges. This is also part of the agenda.

    What can give you cancer is processed meat and the crap they inject into livestock on non-organic farms. Avoid these things by paying through the nose for grass fed, free-range, etc. meat, and avoiding prepackaged meat products.

    Garlic is great for you, by the way. Eat lots of it.

    • Michael

      May 24, 2013 at 9:30 PM


      Your post is pure bunk. I eat a macrobiotic diet (60% whole grains, 30% vegetables, and 10% fruit), and have for some time now. Eating or not eating meat has nothing to do with testosterone, age does. Most men after the age of 50 (90%) need to supplement with real natural testosterone whether eating meat or not. You really need to research before you make unsupported statements. The fact is the Okinawans are the healthiest and the longest lived people on earth, and they eat rice, veggies, and fish basically.

      I do agree with you about gralic. I eat lots of it myself. I also agree with not eating processed anything. My wife and I have our own grain mill and use it.

      Is my health perfect? No, but I was much worse before I stopped eating meat, dairy, and eggs. I used to eat lots of meat and my health declined. My colesterol was over 240 with an LDL of 150. My total colesterol now is 125 with an LDL of 60. My sugar is at 83 down from 102. My tryglicerides are under 100 down from 199. My homocyteine is 7 down from 13.8. This has all happened because I started eating the right foods. Diet is everything.

      • Forster

        May 25, 2013 at 6:46 PM


        The causal connection between vegetarianism and low testosterone in men shows up even after controlling for age.

        A significant cause of low testosterone in vegetarian men is deficiency of zinc. Also contributing are the low availability of most plant protein and most plant fat for the body’s use in maintaining masculinity, hormonally speaking. The resulting condition makes the New World Order only too glad, of course, which is why they are pushing vegetarianism, eating bugs, and so forth.

        The body’s ability to actually utilize a given factor of nutrition is key. So, the mere presence of something in a plant food is not the whole story. For example, zinc from plant sources is notoriously difficult for a man’s body to use for the essential functions that keep him from turning into a girly-man for the NWO.

        These are facts, irrespective of how politically incorrect they are. If meat was causing you trouble, it was probably because you were eating factory-raised toxic garbage, which also lowers your testosterone and gives you cancer to boot. Don’t do that.

      • Michael

        May 25, 2013 at 10:38 PM


        As I said you really need to research before you make unsupported statements. Are you aware that 10% of men are androgen resistant? Eating meat has nothing to do with levels of testosterone. I am androgen resitant and cannot even supplement with it. If I do, the excess is dumped into estrogen.

        “Politically incorrect”? Do you believe I am “politically correct”? Now there’s a laugh. What has that got to do with the way I eat? I eat the way I do because I am healthiest when I do. I eat the way I do because that is the way it was originally intended by my heavenly Father in His creation.

        I am simply stating your facts are false facts. When I eat meat my arteries clog. I had clogged carotid arteries in my neck, both sides. I used to eat grass fed beef and was on the paleolithic diet. It did not help me. The diet I am on now corrected all of my artery issues naturally.

        What I did to my body was done over a number of years. I thought I was fine. Never had an issue until about 6 years ago. Then I heard about Roger Mason and read his books. Here is a link to his books in pdf you will find informative, with lots of research backing them.There are many things he and I disagree on, but not the science behind what he teaches about nutrition. My health has improved considerably, but doing it naturally takes time and patience. I would not change what I am doing at all.

        BTW, it matters not whether it is grass fed beef or not. Satuarated animal fat cause disease, and there are many clinical studies that show this to be true.

      • Michael

        May 25, 2013 at 10:40 PM

        Sorry, forgot to post the link.

  4. kennywally

    May 24, 2013 at 5:58 PM

    Forgive me , have not watched vid yet, but mom eats a clove of garlic a day! She is 84yrs young!
    I just love garlic too! I love italian beef on garlic bread, and spaghetti too with plenty of garlic in the meatballs. Man…..I’m makin myself hungry!

  5. Shortwave radio man

    May 24, 2013 at 9:22 PM

    Cooking Garlic destroys the allicin present in garlic and should be avoided. Eat one clove
    after lunch. Chase with ice water to put out the burning fire!

    • Michael

      May 24, 2013 at 9:32 PM

      The way I eat garlic is with an olive. Try it you’ll like it.

      • Yartap

        May 25, 2013 at 1:19 PM


        I’ll try that with my Martini! Thanks!

      • Anthony Clifton

        May 27, 2013 at 7:19 AM

        there is a book entitled – Electrical Nutrition… – and contains one paragraph about diabetes…which allows that eating grains causes diabetes…or conversely stopping grain consumption cures diabetes…the base line premise is the genetic memory of “people” and their diets over thousands of years…

        curiously the sugar cane plantations, indeed the carribean basin has been used to degrade the health of european peoples since….1492…including also the africans and the native inhabitants

        where did the GOLD go…?

        garlic has many benefits healthwise…like reducing the need to rely on two legged parasites who work for the MURDER BY INJECTION “AMA”… sponsored mass murderers for profit…

        curiously TALMUDVISION ADDICTS seem to be the most ardent consumers of GMO & high fructose corn syrup…


        so those who passed before will not have died in vain…KNOW TRUTH !!!

      • Sam

        May 29, 2013 at 1:59 PM

        Michael, wanted to thank you for posting that link to, very helpful.

      • Michael

        June 1, 2013 at 12:08 PM


        You’re welcome. The info has helped me greatly.

      • Michael

        June 2, 2013 at 3:46 PM

        Anthony Clifton

        ” and contains one paragraph about diabetes…which allows that eating grains causes diabetes…or conversely stopping grain consumption cures diabetes…the base line premise is the genetic memory of “people” and their diets over thousands of years…”

        You cannot lump all grains together. Sure, eating refined grains like white flour, bleached wheat flour, etc., can and does cause diabetes. Whole grains (unprocessed) cure diabetes and are the staff of life. You really need to do the research and not just listen to some guy state “gains cause diabetes”. I know for a fact whole grains cure diabetes. Of course, if you are talking type one diabetes, there is no cure.


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