Cancer Prevention Made Easy - Part 2

Today I'm going to talk to you about The One Day Diet. At this point you may be asking if I'm serious. The good news is, you won't have to sit through a bogus 30 min infomercial. Some of you may recall this saying; " An apple a day keeps the Dr. away." The big question is, what if it's true! After 18 years of research I'm here to tell you it is true! Countless medical journals are filled with studies that prove the cancer fighting benefits of the apple. Cornell University (Rui Hai Liu Cornell associate professor of food science) has done a study showing how apples reduce breast cancer. The flavonoids in apples such as quercetin and naringin have been shown to reduce Lung Cancer. The list goes on and on.

You may be thinking that the answer is going on some one day apple fast, not quite! Let's back up for a moment and go over the whole "One Day" definition. Most people think Olympic athletes train for 4 years for their particular event. Not true, they only train for one day! You see when an Olympic athlete wakes up, they have a choice to make. They can train that day or not. They are not able to train for yesterday and they certainly can't train for tomorrow. All they can do is train today, it's a one day workout. The same with The One Day Diet, you can chose to eat the apple or eat the donut, it's your choice but you only have to make it today. See how all the pressure comes off, it's a simple one day diet plan.

The biggest challenge is people get confused, they let a whole month go by and then eat 30 apples in one day to make up for all the yesterdays. Yesterday is so past tense lol! It's time to take action, draw a line and say: "Today is a new day!" Then simply eat the apple. Now blink your eyes and it will be 2012, imagine how much healthier your body will be with 325 apples in it vs. 325 donuts or lattes!

You may be inclined to dismiss this advice and say "do you really think one apple is really going to help?, " It's such a small thing." Let me remind you being small doesn't mean it's insignificant. You are designing a seed, seeds are always small but they grow into trees. It all starts by taking action and eating the apple today, you will be so glad you did.