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Shortly after Jobs’s death on October 5, 2011, I read the Walter Isaacson biography and posted two “i Vegetarian” blogs at this website in which I thoroughly documented a longstanding pattern of food fanaticism, eating disorders and mood swings dating back to Jobs’s teenage years.
The reason those things caused cancer in Jobs but not the others have been luck of the draw because Jobs’s vegan diet “could only have helped him.” None of us, of course, can say for certain what caused the pancreatic cancer that led to Steve Jobs’s death, or what, if anything could have saved him.That the fructose in Jobs’s fruit heavy diet likely contributed to this cancer is supported by research published in the November 2007 issue of which concluded there was “evidence for a greater pancreatic cancer risk with a high intake of fruit and juices but not with a high intake of sodas.” In other words, the “healthy” juices regularly drunk by Jobs may have been been even worse than the soft drinks he seems to have rejected. Anthony Healy of the Jonsson Cancer Center and Director of the Pituitary Tumor and Neuroendocrine Program at UCLA, proposed that aberrant fructose metabolism—and not just aberrant glucose metabolism—might be involved in the pathogenesis of pancreatic cancer.Seems fructose provides the raw material cancer cells prefer to use to make the DNA they need to divide and proliferate.Dietary, lifestyle, environmental and genetic factors all must have come into play.
But Mc Dougall’s failure to even consider the role that Jobs’s vegan diet — and frequent fruitarianism — may have played in his death is unhelpful at best and irresponsible at worst.
Furthermore, we have little evidence that Jobs ate much soy over his lifetime.