posted on Mar, 31 2012 @ 07:39 PM
Originally posted by PacificBlue
I forgot the most important thing, Vitamin D, has your friend ever had her levels checked? Almost everyone I know who was diagnosed with cancer had
very low Vitamin D levels. Low Vitamin D levels have been found in many cancer patients, there are many studies online about it.
Oh, wow, I had never even heard of that. I went and researched it and have found a lot of information to give her about Vitamin D, with a bottle of
Also, not everyone here will agree with me, but I do not think the Gerson diet works or is healthy, in fact it can make you very sick. I do not think
your friend will feel better by using coffee enemas, and I do not know anyone who had success with the Gerson diet. I like your idea about the paleo
diet, that is a much safer and healthier idea.
Yeah, I am not so sure about the Gerson treatment myself. I don't think she actually did it. I think she was just considering it because it looked
like there were good results.
I've been trying to get her to do Paleo so that she will eat fruit occasionally, but she insists she needs to do hardcore Atkins. The problem is, she
always fails around the 1 month mark. She gets the idea in her head that it's been about a month so "some carbs" won't hurt. Problem is, she always
wants to eat processed foods as her "cheat" foods.
She called today saying that she felt like eating bread products with her dinner. I flat out told her: "Bread turns to sugar. Cancer feeds on sugar.
Is it worth it to feed the cancer? Eat some strawberries, you will feel better."
Going well overall, though.
I will look into Turmeric. She does like Indian food, so maybe I will start preparing some for her more often!
I'm slowly making my way through the Cancer A-Z thread, it is massive!
Thanks again PacificBlue.
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