‘Medical Industrial Complex’ (the book) asks why doctors downplay the cancer-diet connection

Posted: May 31, 2019 in Uncategorized

★★★★★ “Definitely not a book to be missed.” -Amazon Top 500 reviewer Carol Newsom

Morcan Books & Films

The link between diet and health is well proven and, more importantly, widely acknowledged by doctors, for ailments such as diabetes and heart disease, but are roundly ignored by them in treating other human conditions – cancer being one of those. We address this in our book Medical Industrial Complex, and we ask why mainstream (Western) medicine seems to go out of its way to discourage cancer patients from making too much of the cancer-diet connection.

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Further to our blog of October 28, here’s another excerpt from Medical Industrial Complex:

The good health site HoneyColony.com  neatly addresses this in an article quoting Dr. Carolyn Dean, a medical advisory board member of the nonprofit Nutritional Magnesium Association. She says, “There are many reasons why diet is not stressed in cancer treatment” and “Most of them stem from the fact that medicine does not put any emphasis on nutrition…

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  1. Jennwith2ns says:

    “Medicine does not put any emphasis on nutrition.” Those are damning words indeed.

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