posted on Feb, 7 2010 @ 01:52 PM
For those who have cancer, have you tried the most simple, and quite possibly most effective method of all, which is fasting(with just water)? Now I
don't pretend to know everything about cancer, but for all intents and purposes, cancer is basically an overgrowth of cells, which is caused by too
much calories/sugar(I believe the process is sugar -> ATP > cells division, probably the only useful thing I learned in bio) in unwanted places. This
is probably due to too much stress, eating too much without exercising(or just plain too much eating), or genetics.
Now I don't know how exactly stress contributes to cancer, but if I had to guess, stress tricks people into being hungry, and so they eat when
they're not truly hungry, and if they keep doing it, the body becomes overloaded and can't get rid of the stress and store the food in the most
natural manner, that is in your thighs and stomach, and so it will start storing the calories in your vital organs or the "unwanted places."
The next time you feel stressed and feel hungry, just take a drink of water, or rest, whichever is most comfortable, the body will "burn the
stress," or simply gets rid of it.
Now I quoted "burn the stress" because one thing I've learned about the body is that it will burn ANYTHING for energy, including fiber, when it's
in "desperate" or "deep cleansing" mode. You can test this for yourself by eating nothing but carrots for a couple of days. One would think that
eventually the fiber in the carrots will pass, but that'll never happen. It gets burned up, along with a bunch of calories stored in your thighs.
I think that when in "desperate" or "survival mode," the body doesn't really care about vitamins or minerals, or anything like that. I think when
you break it down to the most basic components, it just wants some carbon molecules(our body is carbon-based after all.) The rest of the components of
sugar, that is hydrogen and oxygen, it gets from water.
Anyway, the nice thing about the body is that if it can store calories where they're unwanted, then it DOES also know how to get rid of those
calories/cells. Unfortunately, however, it does not do this immediately. It will try to use the calories in your thighs first(IMO, this is why it
likes sugar so much, it gets absorbed extremely fast, of course, the problem is always "overdosing." Basically, if you're sitting in front of your
comp all day, then you can only eat very little, the difference between the Big Mac and the McFlurry is that the Big Mac gets absorbed a lot slower,
so the body has time to "regulate" it), because it's the most convenient. So you basically have to force it into a situation where it has to burn
or "clean out" those calories/cells in those unwanted places.
How do we force it to do that? Well, it's said that the body goes into a "deep cleanse" or "desperation" mode after three days, so my
recommendation is that you fast for at least 5 days. See if you "feel" any difference in the tumors. If you do, then obviously continue. If not, try
Now what happens is that the body will also burn the fat stored in your thighs, so you must be very careful for going too long. I believe most people
can go for 30 days without food, but really, it depends on how much fat you have stored(which can be determined by how much you weigh.) If you want to
play it "safe," then what I recommend is that try to go for 5 days the first time. If it doesn't work, try to regain the weight, then go for 10 the
Now unless you can't stand the hunger, don't eat or drink anything with extra calories(even if it's filled with "nutrients"), because it will
just take time for the body to break it down and conveniently use them as energy. Do NOT eat any protein, because that forces the body to fully resume
the digestive process, and you will have to start all over.
Now I can't say for sure that my method will work. It's all that I've learned and experimented with "certain processes"(I don't have cancer, but
I do get tired sometimes, and I always feel better when I don't eat. And I have tested out the carrot part, and I'm convinced that the body DOES
burn fiber). I am willing to take test experiments and monitor "complications," however (hey, at least the reasoning is sound, and it literally
costs you nothing.)
[edit on 7-2-2010 by np6888]