There are a lot of things that kill cancer cells. Many root veggies have anticancer properties, rutabaga being one that is really good. Also the
dandelion root made into tea is good.
Beef cartilaginous bone soup is good and so is Chicken soup made with a whole chicken. Put some cabbage in these and a few drops of hot sauce.
Strawberries have a chemical that kills viruses and also some cancers, but it steers the body to fight these and you need to make sure you do not get
a bacterial infection or eat some foods that protect you from bacteria when eating strawberries. Veggies are good to eat when you eat strawberries,
just moderate amounts will do the trick.
If you cycle some of these noninvasive cancer killing chemistries into your diet than you can lower your chance of getting cancer. Watch not to
consume too many antioxidants though, they keep your immune system from detecting cancer if you have it. Since you are in your sixties, think back at
what your parents made when you were a kid, a lot of passed down knowledge about foods that kept us from getting disease was around back those days, I
remember the old way they used to cook, lots of soups made with soup bones and stews too. I grew up in a strawberry patch, we had a farm and lots of
strawberries and potatoes. I was told back when I was young about the dandelions being good for you but that is about as far as it went, I ate some
in Boy scouts. The properties of the leaves are different than the properties of the roots. I put a pinch of some ground dandelion or ground chaga
on top of the grounds when I make coffee. The chaga makes it have a little of a moca flavor. Also just a pinch of epsom salts makes the coffee taste
That little eight ounce can of chaga grounds has lasted for a year and I still have half of it in it. I use it to enhance the flavor, not so much for
cancer fighting. I got some chagas out back on my land and some birch tree shelf mushrooms which also have the same properties but are not as strong.
The chagas actually concentrate the chemistry. Dried birch tree leaves also make a nice tea and they have this chemistry, nothing has to die.
Oh, I can go on and on. Lots of things can be used to kill cancer. Lots of chemicals in our foods today can cause cancer when combined. Just go
more natural, start a garden and find grass fed beef and try some of the organic veggies, the organic celery and Carrots are worth the extra price.
The organic cabbage is better tasting, but the price is a lot higher than the standard store cabbage, I buy the organic one once in a while.
Coffee is also anticancer, it can help neutralize some of the cancer causing nitrosamines.
If I got cancer, I would go for the operation if I had a big fast growing tumor, but would probably do natural chemotherapy instead of the ones the
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