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Lymphatic Calcification -- The Root Cause of ALL Illness...

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posted on Jun, 21 2016 @ 11:56 AM

originally posted by: bigfatfurrytexan
a reply to: Stormdancer777

FWIW, my mom had lymphoma that we treated with chemo. She's still with me, and has never had mental issues. In fact, she is one of 2 people on this planet that I will seek out to solicit advice from.

hope she is well.

posted on Jun, 21 2016 @ 12:01 PM
a reply to: CrastneyJPR

Right now I am eating a lot of citrus, grapefruit especially, strawberries, spinach, raspberries, blueberries, bananas, etc.

I rarely use Canola Oil and often use Olive Oil or Coconut Oil, though I don't eat a lot of butter cause I DO live on a tight budget, being disabled and all, so I don't know if that is a good thing or bad thing. My body is craving Chicken but I don't have much of that. I rarely use actual Sugar -- I made the switch to Stevia a long time ago.

Right now I am also juicing on the side as a supplement -- it was actually the juicing that kickstarted the detox process. A recipe in the Nutribullet Cook Book that comes with the mid-grade Nutribullet called "Slimming Citrus."

Also right now I am using a lot of essential oils like Melaleuka, Peppermint, Orange, Lemon, Ginger, and a few specific ones from DoTerra like On Guard and Digest-Zen. I made a recipe for something highly healing out of them and use it in various ways...

posted on Jun, 21 2016 @ 12:46 PM
a reply to: AsherahoftheSea

without looking it up to verify, I'd say the oils/fast are good - Olive oil and coconut oil are great!
butter would count as Dairy, and anything that you are told you need from dairy can be got from vegetables, or high quality protein sources, chicken, fish, eggs, etc. most vegies are more nutrient dense than milk, cheese, etc anyway, with a larger variety of micronutrients.
A lot of people are lactose intolerant but don't realise is as they've just grown up being used to it - the niggles are built in to everyday normal - it's only when you give them up for more than 30 days, and then reintroduce, that you notice that they're causing issues.

ommitting sugar is good, but replacement with stevia isn't the best idea (going sweet free completely is optimal) - your body doesn't know if it's natural or refined sugar, it just knows it tastes sweet, so expects to get energy from sugar. I would look to try to cut down.out on the sweetner too.
You are eating a lot of fruit - which contains natural sugars (fructose), again I'd look to cut down on the fruit and replace with other vegetables - purely for the sweet/sugar reason. too high a sugar intake messes with your blood sugar levels too quickly.

essential oils - can't comment either way on those.

as I say, look into Whole30, and 'it starts with food'
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posted on Jun, 21 2016 @ 01:33 PM

originally posted by: mclarenmp4
See you've latched onto 1 part statement and are making that the basis of your entire argument?
That is literally the definition of a strawman.
If you read all my posts in this thread, you will see that i have good reason to believe that most GP's "don't know jack" based on the incorrect diagnosis of both my mother and myself for over a period of 20 years.
Still a bit of a stretch to think that I'm somehow advocating that everyone stops going to the doctors and should google the symptoms themselves.
But if that's where your logic lead to then fair enough, who am I to judge?

I have read your previous posts, doctors didn't know what was wrong with you but you did and cured yourself. Doctors didn't know what was wrong with your mum, but you did and cured her. Then you came up with the idea of the K diet for your dad, not the doctors.... see where I'm going?

Perhaps you are not advocating that people stop seeing doctors, I never said you did, I was talking in general about people here that have no qualifications and yet they promote certain cures (the bicarbonate one for cancer is the best example). I also mentioned naturopaths around the world, we see them in the news all the time when children get really ill or die because of their ill unqualified advice.

If you do not promote not seeing doctors then my sincere apologies for judging you the wrong way. I get very passionate on this matter.

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