Fewer Women in China Get Breast Cancer and This is the Reason Why! READ HERE!


Breast Cancer is one of the most common disease among women. It is very important to be aware of the disease's early symptoms and get treated before it gets worse. However, this cancer can be a silent killer and won't show any symptoms until it reaches the more severe stages. However, Jane Plant, an eminent professor and a geochemistry expert shared a rather controversial cure on this cancer. She was diagnosed of the same illness in the year 1987 when she was 42 years old. It reoccurred 4 times even after series of medication and chemotherapy.

But she didn't give up. She fought side by side with the deadly disease together with her husband who was also a famous scientist and was staying in China at that time. They were intrigued on how Chinese women surprisingly do not acquire cancer. After doing this diet and lifestyle, she ultimately won her battle against cancer and shared her story.


My friends and colleagues from China have sent letters, cards, as well as some incredible herbal suppositories, so he brought them to me.

These suppositories were intended to treat my breast cancer, and we actually laughed a lot about them, and I even said that it should be considered to be a real miracle if it protects Chinese women from breast cancer.

I kept wondering- why don’t Chinese women develop breast cancer. This made me examine the issue closely. We blended our scientific backgrounds and tried to find a logical explanation. We started investigating scientific data which led us to the percentage of fats in diets.

Research has found that in the 1980s, fat made up only l4% of calories in the average Chinese diet, by contrast to the Western diet, which included 36% fats. Yet, before I developed this cancer, I ate a low-fat diet, rich in fibers.

Moreover, as a scientist, I am well aware of the fact that in the case of adults. The intake of fat does not raise the risk for breast cancer.

Suddenly, one day, as Peter and I were working together, some of us, I am still not sure who got a brilliant idea: “The Chinese don’t eat dairy produce!”

This was quite a shock, mixed with a great excitement and happiness in the same moment. We just felt we are so close to something big, and like all things were finally absolutely clear. 

I started thinking about my close Chinese friends, who believed milk was for babies only, my colleagues, who always politely declined my offer for the cheese course, and the numerous people who cannot tolerate milk.

I did not know anyone from China who used dairy or cow products to feed their babies. Namely, Chinese people find our preoccupation with milk and dairy rather strange.

In the 1980s, I was entertaining a big Chinese delegation of scientists after the ending of the Cultural Revolution, and following the advice of the Foreign Office, we requested that the caterer provides a
pudding with lots of ice cream. However, as soon as they understood the ingredients of the pudding, the Chinese politely refused it. Of course, we were delighted by the second portion we thus got.

Yet, I found that milk is the root cause of most allergies, and more than 70% of the world’s population cannot digest the milk sugar, lactose. This persuaded nutritionists to believe that it is normal in the case of adults.

Before I was diagnosed with breast cancer, I consumed a lot of dairy products, yogurt,
skimmed milk, and low-fat cheese, and it was actually my main protein source. I also consumed inexpensive but lean minced beef, which was most likely ground-up dairy cow.


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