CANCER, LUNG

Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths worldwide. Almost 90 percent of all lung cancer cases can be attributed to cigarette smoking.

Symptoms
Symptoms include a persistent cough that continually worsens and is accompanied by chest pain; there may also be blood in the sputum and a sore throat or hoarseness. As the disease progresses, more intense chest pain along with weight loss, fever, and unusual sweating will be experienced.

Dietary considerations
Reduce intake of all dairy foods and eat garlic and onions daily, along with shiitake mushrooms, broccoli, and tomatoes. Eat a low-fat diet, and add soy foods to your menu. Drink green tea daily.

Supplement support for lung cancer
• Germanium: 200 mg
• Vitamin E: 1,000 IU
• Vitamin C: 3,000–5,000 mg (critical)
• Vitamin B complex: 150 mg
• Beta-carotene: 100,000 IU

Lifestyle choices
Stop smoking!