Why Might Vegetarians Have Less HPV?

Why Might Vegetarians Have Less HPV?
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Most young women get infected with human papilloma virus, the cause of cervical cancer, but most are able to clear the infection before the virus causes cancer. What dietary changes can improve viral clearance?

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Cervical cancer is now considered a sexually transmitted disease—originally suspected as such, as it was supposedly found less in nuns, and more in prostitutes. But, now we have DNA-fingerprinting proof that virtually all cervical cancer is caused by a sexually transmitted virus—human papilloma virus—which also causes cancer of the penis, vagina, vulva, and throat. HPV is considered a necessary, but not sufficient, cause of cancer.

Most young women contract HPV, but most don’t get cervical cancer, because their immune systems are able to clear out the virus. “70% of women clear the infection within 1 year and more than 90% [within] 2 years,” before the virus can cause cancer—unless you’re immunocompromised or something.

Well, if that’s the case, maybe those with particularly strong immune systems might clear the virus even faster. That’s what may be behind this new study that found that vegetarian women appeared to have significantly lower infection rates with HPV—one of many studies reporting “vegetarians have lower risk of HPV infection,” thought to be because of “the presence of more fruits and vegetables in their diet which are rich sources of [all sorts of good phytonutrients].”

So, for example, if you take a bunch of women with cancer-causing strains of HPV infecting their cervix, and follow them out, and retest at three months, and then nine months, while analyzing their diets, what do you find? “Higher levels of vegetable consumption” may cut the risk of “HPV persistence” in half—double one’s likelihood of clearing this potentially cancer-causing infection. And, “higher” levels just meant like two or more servings a day.

What do antioxidants in plants have to do with viral diseases? Different antioxidants affect different viruses in different ways, but against HPV, don’t you know that “[e]lectrophoretic mobility supershift assays showed…[i]rrespective of enhanced c-fos expression, c-jun was phosphorylated and became primarily heterodimerized with fra-1, which was also induced after PDTC incubation.” I mean, duh. I had to read this paper like five times! Long story short, antioxidants appear to suppress the activation of critical segments of the virus’ DNA. Maybe, that’s why smearing green tea on genital warts—also caused by HPV—has been found so effective in clearing them.

In terms of preventing cervical cancer, “[t]hrough their role as antioxidants, phytonutrients like lutein [found in dark green leafy vegetables] and lycopene [the red pigment in tomatoes] may decrease viral load—thereby decreasing persistence and progression to disease. Whereas the protective associations…may be due to their antioxidant properties,” they have all sorts of other wonderful effects. So, who knows? Who cares?

Bottom line: “higher consumption of vegetables” may decrease “risk of HPV persistence”—which may help explain why this 2013 study found vegan women have significantly lower rates of all female cancers combined, including cancer of the cervix.

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Cervical cancer is now considered a sexually transmitted disease—originally suspected as such, as it was supposedly found less in nuns, and more in prostitutes. But, now we have DNA-fingerprinting proof that virtually all cervical cancer is caused by a sexually transmitted virus—human papilloma virus—which also causes cancer of the penis, vagina, vulva, and throat. HPV is considered a necessary, but not sufficient, cause of cancer.

Most young women contract HPV, but most don’t get cervical cancer, because their immune systems are able to clear out the virus. “70% of women clear the infection within 1 year and more than 90% [within] 2 years,” before the virus can cause cancer—unless you’re immunocompromised or something.

Well, if that’s the case, maybe those with particularly strong immune systems might clear the virus even faster. That’s what may be behind this new study that found that vegetarian women appeared to have significantly lower infection rates with HPV—one of many studies reporting “vegetarians have lower risk of HPV infection,” thought to be because of “the presence of more fruits and vegetables in their diet which are rich sources of [all sorts of good phytonutrients].”

So, for example, if you take a bunch of women with cancer-causing strains of HPV infecting their cervix, and follow them out, and retest at three months, and then nine months, while analyzing their diets, what do you find? “Higher levels of vegetable consumption” may cut the risk of “HPV persistence” in half—double one’s likelihood of clearing this potentially cancer-causing infection. And, “higher” levels just meant like two or more servings a day.

What do antioxidants in plants have to do with viral diseases? Different antioxidants affect different viruses in different ways, but against HPV, don’t you know that “[e]lectrophoretic mobility supershift assays showed…[i]rrespective of enhanced c-fos expression, c-jun was phosphorylated and became primarily heterodimerized with fra-1, which was also induced after PDTC incubation.” I mean, duh. I had to read this paper like five times! Long story short, antioxidants appear to suppress the activation of critical segments of the virus’ DNA. Maybe, that’s why smearing green tea on genital warts—also caused by HPV—has been found so effective in clearing them.

In terms of preventing cervical cancer, “[t]hrough their role as antioxidants, phytonutrients like lutein [found in dark green leafy vegetables] and lycopene [the red pigment in tomatoes] may decrease viral load—thereby decreasing persistence and progression to disease. Whereas the protective associations…may be due to their antioxidant properties,” they have all sorts of other wonderful effects. So, who knows? Who cares?

Bottom line: “higher consumption of vegetables” may decrease “risk of HPV persistence”—which may help explain why this 2013 study found vegan women have significantly lower rates of all female cancers combined, including cancer of the cervix.

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Doctor's Note

Vegetarians appear to have lower rates of all cancers combined (see Vegetarians vs. Healthy Omnivores), but this is the first study of cancer rates among thousands of North American vegans. There are other reasons that help explain these results, from lower levels of the cancer-promoting growth hormone IGF-1 (see The Answer to the Pritikin Puzzle), the foreign meat molecule Neu5Gc (see How Tumors Use Meat to Grow: Xeno-Autoantibodies), and heterocyclines in cooked meat (see Estrogenic Cooked Meat Carcinogens) to more of the good stuff (see #1 Anticancer Vegetable and Which Fruit Fights Cancer Better?).

Other viruses may actually be found in the food. See, for example:

My other HPV video I reference is Treating Genital Warts with Green Tea.

More on improving immune function with improved nutrition can be found in Boosting Immunity while Reducing Inflammation and Boosting Immunity through Diet.

For additional context, check out my associated blog posts: Why do Vegan Women Have Fewer Female Cancers?

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  1. Putting the Yum in Grandma’s Yam Salad

    – 3 small yams, cubed
    – juice of ½ a small lemon
    – 1 avocado
    – pinch sea salt

    Steam yams until soft. Meanwhile, mash avocado with lemon juice and
    sea salt. Add cooked yams to avocado mixture and stir gentle to combine. Enjoy hot or cold.

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    ~Complements of lovestobevegan

    1. lovestobevegan: I appreciate that you are excited about your diet and sharing your recipe ideas. I love to see that kind of enthusiasm.

      However, this site is for discussing the videos. Sometimes we share a recipe, but mostly the discussion is (properly) about nutrition science. You seem to be posting everywhere on NutritionFacts with the sole intention of getting people to go to your website. I’m not the moderator here and I’m only one voice, but I thought I would give you some feedback that you are actively turning off at least one person.

      Look at it this way: You have shared your website and recipes with the people on this site quite a bit already. So, now, please do stick around for some discussion if you wish. I think that making some really great discussion points on NutritionFacts is the best way to get the people who like to visit these pages interested in your site.

      Just a thought for you. Good luck with your site.

      1. Does this gang have a fav forum? I would love to have a reliable place to ask questions that don’t always correspond to the topic of the day but is WF/PB.

        1. I’ve wondered that as well. Unfortunately, I haven’t really found one. A lot of vegan/activist forums out there, but even the boards talking about diet aren’t really focused on whole foods diet, just a vegan one. Then there’s the Fuhrman website, but you have to *pay* to even view the forums, which I actually did once (it was just a few bucks) but I found them pretty uninspiring. I would say perhaps the McDougall forums are your best bet. Though McDougall reeeally likes his starches, and has less of a focus on the super duper veggie foods we’re usually talking about here. But it seems like nice people there and a pretty active community.

      2. Hi Thea, I agree with you and do find it somewhat distasteful as well. I know that you and I have actually swapped references to different recipes on here, but it feels quite different to have someone posting unsolicited advertisements rather than making a genuine recommendation in the context of a conversation. One person posting advertisements doesn’t hurt, but I just hope this doesn’t turn into a billboard section for every person with a vegan blog, since that tends to dilute and discourage genuine conversation. This is one of the few comments sections on the internet where genuine conversation actually takes place. I do hope it stays that way.

    2. The comment with only a recipe and a promotion for a FB page has nothing to do with this article. Therefore, I’m flagging it as inappropriate. Be polite, QUIT SPAMMING!

      1. It’s a shame you feel the need to cut other people down. I’m working toward the same goal as Dr. Greger by
        promoting a plant-based diet with my own plant-based recipes. Perhaps next time you should think about what you would gain with such unnecessarily hostile words.

        1. “Hostile words”? Drama much? Spam is spam, even vegan spam. You obviously have a serious need to be validated or just be the center of attention. Maybe you could work on your insecurity instead of your juvenile need to have people approve of you.

    3. I love the recipes! The video was about how healthful a plant-based diet can be. The recipe is plant-based. Sounds like a perfect match to me! It’s one thing for me to tell people to eat healthy, it’s quite another to make healthy food yummy, so I encourage any and all recipes and tips on healthy eating.

    1. Exactly! From a health perspective it is not about being vegan – but to eat a whole food plant based diet (97% of the time), which is vegan +

  2. You say that HPV clears up with women who have regular immune systems. I have severe endometriosis and have been aware of my C1N1 mild displasia for about 5-6 years. I am wondering what your thoughts are on the two playing a part in this together. For instance, since I am immunally compromised (hence my Endometriosis), is that why my HPV is not going away on it’s own?
    Please correct me if I am misunderstanding this.
    Also, is there any way of knowing if I have a high chance of getting cervical cancer?

    Since January I have been minimizing (not eliminating) dairy, meat and gluten.

    Thanks for your advice. I appreciate your work!

    1. I disagree with Dr. G’s advice. Once again the research presented here only accounts for the success stories, there are plenty of vegans who develop cancer. I had HPV and has been clear since 2011, living as a pescatarian. I would eat an overall healthy diet, which isn’t about elimination, focus on moderation. I know I wouldn’t be happy down the line if I lived a life of restriction and then became ill. Genetics and environment, hm.

  3. In concordance with what T. Colin Campbell has demonstrated; aflatoxin gives you livercancer if you eat a diet rich in animal protein. The culprit is not the “bug”, but the diet. You are not a victim – you are in control (if you want to be!)

    1. I was told it is a spinal deformity. For me, I have a straight neck that doesn’t curve back, thus causing my hump.

    2. Hi Paul,

      First off, I have no idea about your particular condition. But I will share an experience of mine anyway:

      Due to my work (desk and lab work), I used to get really bad pain in the side of the neck and in the upper back between the shoulders. I started doing “The Cactus” yoga pose for it, and it worked tremendously for me, however I also read that it helps improve the humpback condition as well. I can’t speak to that but you could give it a try:

      Stand with your back against a wall, with heels, butt, and if you can, shoulders touching the wall (or as close as you can get them). Bring your arms up and out to the side to form a “goalpost” position with them (upper arms parallel to floor and forearms perpendicular to floor). Try to keep the entire length of your arms touching the wall, especially at the elbows and hands (or get them as close to the wall as you can). Continue 20, 40, or 60 seconds, whatever you can do comfortably. Do several times a day. Hope this helps. :)

    1. Seems that way to me. I know you are asking if studies show this. But my sick time has dropped to nil. Also, 2 weeks after switching to WF/PB eating I had my last migraine. Two years later, no more shimmering lights or blind spots. You have to live it to understand how great it is to have that behind you. Also, all the weird little growths that my dr told me not to worry about have dropped off or gone away…Or did you mean Plant eating vegans…Feed me Seymour!

    2. mattA: I’ll just echo what Coacervate says. I can’t remember if there are studies on this or not, but there is a mountain of anecdotal evidence that supports that whole-plant food based vegans get many fewer colds and flus. Plus, I know from my personal experience, in those rare cases where I do get sick, it is a fraction of the level of severity that my co-workers experience. Most recently, I had many many co-workers very sick for literally weeks. I didn’t manage to escape completely this time, but all I experienced was being medium-low level sick (subjectively and based on talking to co-workers) for a few days.

    3. Kind of funny: just recently I was kind of wishing for a day off but caught myself thinking, “I can’t say I was sick, I never get sick!”. And my coworkers have taken notice of this. So you see, a wfpb diet does have its downsides… ;)

      I know Dr. Fuhrman has a book called “Super Immunity”. I haven’t read it but it does deal with this topic if you want to check it out.

    1. As a practicing OB/GYN and vegan, I would recommend the HPV vaccine. While a plant-based diet may help protect one from HPV infections, the vaccine would further decrease one’s chances of developing cervical cancer. 70% of the world will acquire HPV infections at one point or another.

    2. I don’t recommend HPV vaccine as a general rule for patients except for specific high risk populations over age 18 and rarely for high risk populations under age 18. By practicing safe sex and minimizing the number of sexual partners they will lower cancer rates, unwanted pregnancies and sexual transmitted diseases as well. In medicine we have developed excellent vaccines and had a lot of success. Many physicians are trapped into the paradigm of all vaccines are good and lack the training and time to evaluate the recommendations and present those to the patients and their families. What is lacking at the clinical level is good shared decision making support for individuals and families. Other vaccines with marginal benefit would be the vaccine for shingles in adults and flu vaccines for healthy children and adults under age 65. It is true that vaccines are generally safe… although using single dose vials to avoid preservatives is my preference.

  4. Dr. Gregor, is there any recent research on vegan diet with hsv or zoster? Given the high arginine content of many vegan staples, would this be a rare example of a disease made worse by a vegan diet?

    1. I would also be interested in hearing any thoughts on this. After becoming vegan 3 months ago, I have had three HSV outbreaks. I had only had 2 outbreaks in the 1.5 years prior to that since I was infected. Doing a bit of research has lead me to the conclusion that it is likely due to the high arginine and low lysine content of my new vegan diet. After the second outbreak, I started supplementing with lysine, but it doesn’t seem to have helped. My next step is to cut nuts and seeds from my diet, but I’m feeling quite discouraged overall.

  5. Mjs1231 athotmail dot com

    I need help

    I think i was exposed in 1999 to hpv via my x wife.

    In the last few years i have started getting spots all over my body, ankles, shins, hands, legs, face, i itch all over to the point its driving me insane.

    I have been vegan for 3 years and it just seems to be spreading all over my skin.

    Im about to realy freak out. No solutions that i can find, i have tried everything posted in every forum but it just keeps getting worse, 2 weeks ago i seem to have gotten a red rash on my uh ya that isnt going away.

    I have had 3 episodes in in the past 14 years where i felt super bad for a few days, 4 and 5th day i sweated severly. Then got better fast.

    Whats happening to me ? I feel like im being converted into some mutant creature. Im seriously thinking about that bullet. If there is no escape from this, im not going to be converted to some mutant shunned by humanity

    I fkn refuse that path.

    How the hell do i stop this shit from assaulting my body ?

    1. Practicing medicine can be a challenge. It is much easier if you have the proper diagnosis. Based on your description this doesn’t sound like HPV but you need to see your primary care physician and/or a dermatologist. The nice thing about practicing a whole plant based diet with adequate Vitamin B-12 intake is that you minimize but not eliminate alot of conditions. Good luck with obtaining an accurate diagnosis and then proper treatment.

  6. Great video! I experienced this first-hand. I had been fighting off pre-cancerous and abnormal cells on my cervix for five years to no avail. I had to get pap smears every six months and a few colposcopies over the years. I always thought I ate “healthy” but three months after switching to a plant-based diet (not just vegan) I was able to clear the abnormal cells completely. Prior to that, I consumed both meat and diary, but not nearly as much veggies.

    Is it a coincidence that it cleared after cleaning up my diet? Maybe…that’s what my OB/Gyn thinks. I feel strongly otherwise though and would recommend a diet change to anyone going through this.

    1. Sarah: I agree with you. It’s awfully hard to believe that is a coincidence, especially since there is so much good scientific evidence to back up your theory.

      Good for you for figuring this out. Congratulations on your results!

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  8. for months i has be on tablets given to me at the hospital for hpv, They said I have to be taking it for life just to treat and reduced the warts and i stopped taken the tablet because no point for taking tablet when u won’t get cure from it and i do some research on line i was recommend to dr mazi for his natural cure to eliminate hpv in my body they said he is the most trustful herbalist for serious infection, few days after I emailed dr mazi for speedy help after three weeks taking his natural medicine i totally got cured. this is my biggest proud I’m not HPV positive anymore. i finally got cured out of this infection i has be living with for three years, I also recommend everyone suffering from human papillomavirus to get the cure and eliminate it forever. herbalist email; drmaziherbalcure@gmail.com

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  10. Hi! I was wondering if you could do a video or do a discussion post concerning the oral contraceptive pill. I’ve been debating for so long about whether I should stop taking it for good because of all its possible negative effects, but I need a safe method of birth control. Is an IUD better? What studies out there have shown a link in birth control and veganism (if any)? If you’ve already answered this before I’d appreciate a link to that discussion.
    Thanks!

    1. I know this is old but yes!! Get off that cancer pill!! Oral contraceptives are not good for you and they are really bad for the environment. I use a fertility awareness method and it’s awesome!! So empowering, so about my own specific body, so clean!!! You can even see problems with your body based on things you see in your cycle charting. I wish everyone knew about it and didn’t just follow advice blindly….. It gets a bad rep because women in the fifties counted days on a calendar and called it birth control… So not where we are these days!!!

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  18. regarious Dr. Gregor what can you dig up for foid cures for females effected by UTERINE FIBROIDS? Ihavr been trying to find narupathic cures for fibroids without actually understanding the cause of it. I realize there is a hormonal imbalance which can be helped the problem. I am composing a list of naturopathic remedies but much like morgellons (another topic which might also have a gmo influence) I feel as if I am grasping at straws never to find the needle in the haystack

    1. Hi, Robert Allen Meyer! I am Christine, A NF Volunteer Nutrition Moderator. I did not find anything on the NF site specifically addressing diet therapy for uterine fibroids. I will send the suggestion up the chain to possibly address this topic in the future. In the meantime, you might find this research study interesting. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4152895/ I hope that helps!

  19. i am Williams Rose.i never believe there is HERPES cure until i have encounter with DR atiti. Let me share a little on how i got cured from Genital Herpes. When I stumbled upon a website, while I was looking for Herpes cure on a forum that I frequently visited, the first thing that I noticed was that most persons there was testifying and thanking DR atiti and i went through the write up and i read about how DR atiti has cure them and first i went into doubt but i have to see what he can do for me with tears in my eyes because i want to be free from this disease. i contacted the herbal doctor through his email, after writing him about my problem, he assured me that he will help me get this disease out of me. that he is only here to help people and and also put smile on their faces. He told me that his herbal medicine is free that the only thing that i need to provide is the items that he will use to prepare the herbal medicine and after going according to DR atiti instruction.few days later he send the herbal medicine to me via courier service.i use the herbal medicine for 8 days and i went back for a medical check up and according to the words DR atiti gave to me really work for me by curing my herpes/hiv, now i believe him and i telling you, if have been infected either with HERPES/hiv,and CANCER E.T.C. i assure you that DR atiti can also cure you. i have seen a testimonies of people and I’m also one of the living testimony.here is DR atiti email… atitilovespell@gmail.com

  20. i was diagnose with human papillomavirus 4 years ago and i met a doctor he told me there is no cure and i have be taking some medication the warts multiplied when trying to removed them and it got me embarrass and pains. luckily few weeks ago i was recommend to Dr. Abu for a natural treatment after one week treatment i got 100% cure and all the wart disappeared. i sheared this post because its part of my life experience,
    encase anyone need speedy help about this cure email him at drabumerecurecentre@gmail.com

  21. I wanted to share my experience with this in case it might help someone else. I am a long-time vegan who was diagnosed with HPV-16 about 2 years ago. It was in my system for about 10 years before surfacing. Since my body hadn’t kicked it in that amount of time, I assumed that my vegan diet was preventing me from healing, since most people are not vegans and most people get rid of it without knowing they had it. So I relaxed my diet from organic plant-based vegan to kind of a sloppy vegetarian/pescatarian – lots of eggs, some sodas, some sugar, less veggies, an occasional fish, etc. I went from HPV-16 positive but no abnormal cells to CIN3 in one year. My doctor was shocked, and recommended an immediate LEEP procedure. I convinced him to allow me to go back to the way I had been eating before this happened, which he didn’t think would work but he thought he was humoring me and that I’d be back soon for the LEEP. I followed an as-raw-as-possible vegan diet, adding in as many beans as possible, a couple sweet potatoes a day (per the other video by Dr. Gregor), and a steady stream of some kind of tea going into my body at all times. I went from colposcopy-confirmed CIN3 to completely clear in four months. I could hear the bafflement in the doctor’s voice when he called with the results. Being diagnosed with this is scary, especially for something like this that can effect future fertility if it gets out of control, but I hope that my experience shows that plant-based nutrition really works to help heal the body.

    1. Cured By Food: That’s an *amazing* story. If you are interested, there is a link at the bottom of the page titled, “Submit a Testimonial”. Your story would be a good one!

    2. Thank you so much for sharing. I am trying to figure out the best things to do to clear CIN3. Strangely, it popped up almost 2 years into eating a Whole Food Plant Based diet with minimal oil. I’m focusing on strengthening my immune system. Did you find other good resources you used to inform the changes in your diet? I love tea too! What kinds of tea did you drink?

      1. Hi Heather – yeah, it’s pretty crazy how it can pop up on a healthy plant-based diet. I was shocked when that was the case for me. To treat my condition, I followed Dr. Gabriel Cousens’s “Rainbow Green Live Food Cuisine” Phase 1 diet. The only exceptions were including the sweet potatoes and beans (black or pinto, on an otherwise Phase 1, large salad). For teas, I drank about 3 large cups (two bags each) of decaf green tea a day, and then filled the rest of the day with ginger, dandelion, hibiscus, and echinacea. The difference for me between how I ate to heal and how I ate previously is that I 1) eliminated alcohol (though I wasn’t drinking a lot anyway), 2) eliminated grains (this one was big), 3) eliminated what little sugar I was eating, including most fruits 4) added a lot more healthy fats through more nuts, seeds, and cold-pressed oils, and 5) eliminated caffeine. I also drew from my spiritual connection through prayer, meditation, and visualization.

        I came to see after about 3 months without grains how big of a difference it made in my overall health. At one point I cheated and ate a bowl of oatmeal, and my husband remarked how my skin immediately inflamed when I ate it. As a big whole-grains eater, I was sad to discover its effect on my body, but I do believe it had played a big role in my overall inflammation and my progression to CIN3.

        Good luck to you! I know you can do it and I’ll be thinking happy thoughts for you! Let me know if you have any other questions :)

  22. I found out, that taking herbal treatment is the best to get rid of hpv as soon as i feel the symptoms of hpv is appearing, i took the healing process by contacting Dr abu for natural treatment it works wonders, amazingly ever since I had the herbal treatment i have not feel these horrible disease anymore and my doc told me the virus is gone, i am glad i finally got cured out from this horrible disease. every hpv or herpes patients should also get in touch with this herbalist Dr to get ride of these disease forever his email address;
    drabumerecurecentre@gmail.com

  23. Hi,
    I was at the dentist last week and she seen I white lump like a wart at the top of my mouth?
    Can you suggest foods to quickly eradicate this to prevent further spread or more sinister outcomes please?
    Thank you!
    M

  24. Hi,
    I was at the dentist last week and she seen I white lump like a wart at the top of my mouth?
    Can you suggest foods to quickly eradicate this to prevent further spread or more sinister outcomes please?
    Thank you
    Martin

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