Hypothesis about nature of cancer

Why chemotherapy is effective to fight cancer?

As it seems, cancer cells do not became resistant to insulin. This property allows toxins enter the cancer cell, while other cells keeps themselves shut (resistant). In the case of chemotherapy, toxins entering the cancer cell destroys it. It might be, that nature of cancer cells are to be recycle bins for the body. If the garbage is poisonous enough it destroys the bin. Quite rude medication, isn’t it ūüôā

If this hypothesis is right, it’s strongly recommended to go on strict Keto diet, while being on chemotherapy. No carbs are allowed to consume, especially the complex ones – grains, cereals, potatoes etc. Carbohydrates will rise insulin levels, and it might overcame the resistance of normal cells. So toxins of chemotherapy will destroy the normal cells as well, if it gets in there. These risks are higher with higher blood sugar levels.

Insulin resistance in “normal” cells causes cancer cells to grow.

Excessive glucose in the blood stream might be the culprit of cancer. High glucose level is toxic for the body and at the same time cause high insulin level. Insulin forces cells with low resistance (all cancer cells)  to grow. As cancer cells  have resistance mechanism against insulin action and glucose, they start to grow exponentially. There is why diabetics usually die from a cancer not diabetes.

Factors that might cause insulin resistance in “normal” cells:

  1. Chemical factors:
    1. Foreign molecules  for enzymes of particular DNA.
    2. Poisons, drugs, medication.
    3. Proteins.
    4. Mixing carbohydrates with protein in one meal. (Bread and any cereal foods are such mixtures).
    5. Infection.
  2.  Physical factors:
    1.  Coldness.
    2. Darkness.
    3. Constraints, limited space.
    4. Physical workout in cells which are not involved.
    5. Sedentary brain work – sitting at computer, phone, watching TV, Reading, worrying.
  3. Psychological (Unpleasant) factors: 
    1. Absence of positive sexual recognition from opposite sex.
    2. Dirty environment.
    3. Pain.
    4. Being at the bottom. narrow. limited space.
  4. Social factors:  
    1. Being different than others.
    2. Diverging from local culture and traditions.
    3. Being alone.
    4. Lack of sex.

Factors that lowers cells resistance to insulin:

  1. Chemical factors:
    1. Alcohol (except beer).
    2. ..
  2. Physical factors, Shifting the body’s energy consumption to a lesser extent:
    1. Switching cold shower to warm.
    2. Coming in from cold outside to warm inside.
  3. Psychological factors:
    1. Recognition from opposite sex.
    2. Switching something unpleasant, stressful to pleasant and peaceful.
    3. Tasty food.
    4. Clean environment.
    5. Everything pleasant, especially while eating, – candles, music, plants.
    6. Being at the top, opposite of being in the pit.
    7. Money.
    8. Experience sunrise.
  4. Social factors:
    1. Being with your family.
    2. Sex.
    3. Looking like all others.
    4. Following local culture and traditions.