Hmmm, well maybe they do! Or, at least, the elimination of carbs can stop cancer in its tracks.
One of the probably most-offending links recently provided to [redacted]people consisted of Dr. Feinman's wonderful blog linking a paper he co-wrote with Dr. Fine and others. I posted both the blog post link and the link to the paper on the main message board's "pros and cons of carbohydrates" or something like that. That post has probably been removed, so you can read the link here.
When the topic came up, I had remembered that there was some research done on the connection between carbs and cancer, so I went looking. Concidentally, Dr. Feinman posted his blog that very day.
Folks who follow Jimmy Moore might remember that since checking his blood ketone levels and adjusting his diet, his skin tags fell off. Now it turns out that high levels of sugar cause the skin tags to grow. Turns out that higher sugar also causes some cancers to grow.
Dr. Feinman's paper outlines a study using a ketogenic diet for people with resistant cancers, and the types of cancers that they thought would probably respond favorably to lowered amounts of sugar in the blood. Turns out the patients did better when they had a bunch of kidney-trashing ketones running about.
I hope you will check it out. Here's the plan. Here's Dr. Feinman's blog. And here's the results of the study. After so much fixation on the low carb diet and weight loss, it is time to really take a look at the data indicating that the diet not only is not disastrous and dangerous, it may be more health-promoting than some "experts" want it to be.