Carrots are readily available throughout the year and are a great source of disease-fighting nutrients. They contain beta-carotene, an antioxidant that protects cell membranes from toxin damage and slows the growth of cancer cells.
Ann Cameron, a woman diagnosed with Stage 4 colon cancer and unrelated lung cancer, opted to drink the juice of 5 pounds of carrots instead of undergoing chemotherapy or radiation.
To her surprise, after eight weeks, her tumors stopped growing and began to shrink. After four months, all lymph nodes in her lungs returned to normal, and after eight months, there was no sign of cancer in her body.