Fighting Cancer Naturally

January 6, 2016

 

Diet: Avoid all fermented foods and foods that feed the body’s fermentation process such as sugar, white flour, yeasted bread, vinegar, marinades, all nuts, mushrooms, morels, truffles, kombucha, kimchi, beer, wine, and champagne.

 

Emphasize a diet rich in lean, free range poultry, wild fish, and organic, low starch vegetables. Add one serving per day of organic high starch vegetables or grains such as brown rice, gluten free oats, organic potatoes, sweet potatoes or winter squash. Also add one serving of low glycemic fruit per day such as wild berries, apples, cherries, grapefruit, or peaches.

 

Spices (organic): Spices are higher in antioxidants, phytonutrients and oxygen radical absorbance capacity than the most nutritious foods. Add organic clove, turmeric, cayenne, chili powder, oregano, cinnamon, basil, and parsley to your meal plan.  

 

Beverages: Drink at least 60 oz. of distilled, reverse osmosis or any low total dissolvable solids (TDS) spring water, such as Poland Springs per day.

Beneficial teas and herbal supplements include red rooibos, ginger, green tea, rosemary, pau d’arco, astragalus, cat’s claw, chaparral, and red clover.

 

Natural Medicines: Black cumin seed oil caps – 500 mg/ 2 caps 3 times daily

Nature’s Sunshine Herbs Cell Reg (Paw Paw) caps – 17.5 mg/ 1 cap three times daily

Ecological Formulas Ellagic Acid caps 500 mg/ 1 cap three times daily

Pancreatin 8x – 1 cap three times daily

Liquid chlorophyll 2 tbsp in 4 oz water three times daily

Baking soda ½ tsp in 3 oz water before bed

 

Monitoring Tests: AMAS Test (Anti Malignin Antibody Screening) from Onco Labs in Boston Ma. This 99.9% accurate blood test is FDA approved and has been tested by Smith Kline Labs with 3,315 double blind determinants. It measures your degree of cancer from a range of 0-700. A score over 130 is active. (www.oncolabinc.com)

 

Urine pH tests with color coded Phydrion .067 calibrated urine strips. Test first morning urine at home three days per week. The total range is from 5.0-8.0. The goal is to regulate the urine into a range between 6.4-6.8 with the aid of liquid chlorophyll and baking soda as needed.

 

IgG food allergy testing from Alletess Medical Labs (www.foodallergy.com). This will maximize immunity by helping to identify food allergies which should then be eliminated from the diet.

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