ATP is synonymous with life and at the core of our resistance to disease. In reduced concentrations cells are no longer able to exclude solutes. The components of the cells mutate when they become injured. The pro-metabolic hormone insulin stimulates ATP generation. In the absence of insulin glucose promotes cancer.
The famous cancer researcher, Otto Warburg, clearly showed that insulin exerts it's anti-carcinogenic effect by activating the enzyme complex PDH. Warburg noted the availability of blood sugar had no effect on tumor growth in the presence of insulin. Cancer cells are defined by their reliance on fermentation. Glucose, insulin, and oxygen are the fundamental factors that make up the provision of support that prevents cancer formation. The nutrients in raw organic fruits promote respiration. Fructose increases oxygen by carboxylation.