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Hi there. Best wishes for a speedy recovery, or course! After several years of research, I have found quite a few resources that are helpful for
beating this thing called 'cancer', as well as most health symptoms/complaints. One thing I've found is that there is no one answer, but there is
a lifestyle approach that can radically affect health for the better, put things into 'remission', and allow the body to fix itself. Here are a few
references. Some of these were mentioned by other posters.
Key items to research: pH of the body, inflammation levels, hydration, and micronutrients. These all form a synergistic relationship, and each
relies on the other for helping the body stay well.
Here are three leading books I highly recommend you reading. I have many more, but these are some of my top recommendations for a lifestyle that can
beat down most of the ailments that the 'medical profession' tends to diagnose and mistreat us for.
Living Foods for Optimum Health : Staying Healthy in an Unhealthy World
Green Smoothie Revolution: The Radical Leap Towards Natural Health
Cancer Is Not A Disease - It's A Survival Mechanism
Achieving Great Health -- How Spirulina, Chlorella, Raw Foods and Ionized Water Can Make You Healthier than You Have Ever Imagined
Top List of Recommended foods/supplements that me and my family take EVERY DAY. Even individually, many of these items purport amazing testimonials.
You can find books written on each of these items.
1) Algae: Chlorella/Spirulina. 10-20 grams/day. Good source is www.watershed.net. These have most of the vitamins you need in it already for
health. The tablets are the only way to go. Start with 4-5 per meal and work your way up to 100 total or more per day. You can’t overdose on
these. Additional high value algaes would be Marine Phytoplankton (drops, sublingual), and AFA Blue Green Algae (can get them as tablets and as
2) Green smoothies. 2-4 cups/day. Juice some fruit or veggies, throw in some greens, blend. Drink. Suit to taste. A typical smoothie (for a
family of 3) would be 3 cups juice, 2-3 handfuls of spinach (or chard or kale), 1-2 bananas, some ice. Very easy to make. Very easy to drink.
Changes the digestion immediately. Good coffee replacement.
3) Oils: Coconut Butter - 3 TB/day. I like Artisana Coconut Butter. Tasty, easy to eat. Buy some manna bread (whole foods, frozen section). Put
some on it. Or just put it on an apple and eat with cinnamon. Very tasty, easy to digest, helps the body in a lot of ways. Additional oil products
include chia (Omega 3/6), Krill oil pills, and olive oil (good but lower than the prior items mentioned in terms of nutritional and health value)
4) MSM – 5-10 grams/day. Whole Foods carries these in capsules. I suggest you put some powder in your toothpaste too. Good for gums. Surprising
how the state of the gums is an indicator to overall health and inflammation...
5) Nascent Iodine (topical). Several drops/day on skin. Iodine is a huge deficiency for most people. Helps the thyroid, which has a whole range of
health improvement issues.
6) Chaga - drops/tea/powder. You can source it from online places (like amazon.com). Not sure if you can find this at Whole Foods. Chaga is natures
antibiotic. You can get it in capsules, tea, etc. When we drink tea, we always use RAW honey. Tea should be hot, but never too hot - try to put
honey in it when it's less than 120 degrees F. For the capsules – 8 per day will likely be a good solution
7) Magnesium Chloride spray. Several times/day. Amazon.com sells spray. Magnesium chloride is another one of those huge deficiencies, and a lack
of it causes calcium issues.
8) B-12. Transdermal patch - 500mg, 2-3X/week. www.patchmd.com sells these and others.
9) Bragg Apple Cider Vinegar - 3TB/day. A great way to take it is to mix it with equal parts of honey, and dilute in water, or tea. You can knock
out colds, strep, other infections pretty quickly with this.
10) Vitamin D3. 4000-10,000 IU / day. Critical for health. Vitamin D3 is the sunshine vitamin. Everyone is deficient unless you are a dedicated
sunbather. This is actually a hormone, not a vitamin.
11) Probiotics and Enzymes. These are critical to take every day, and at every meal. Alone, they may indeed solve digestion issues. If you eat
food, you need these!