Dec 02, 2009 - 8:16 am
He explains how cancer gets started, foods that can act on and defeat it and how to incorporate the proper foods with chemo and/or radiation for the best possible results. Aside from the last two months, an anti-cancer nutritional approach has been my only treatment. I don't know if it will be enough, but I do know that my brain was screaming at me not to get chemo while I was listening to the preparatory speech on what was going to be done with chemo. Once, a very, very, long time ago, I didn't listen to that attention getting voice. The consequence was that my son died. I have since paid great attention to overwhelming intuition junctures. Now that I sound like a total loon:
Other ways than chemo to help your body fight cancer can be found at the website at the end of this. Someone else mentioned the doctor and I just Googled him to come up with this. The Life Extension group mentioned on the site has the backing of reputable domains such as Harvard and some of the national clinic groups.
Beginning this morning, I will be back on my anti-cancer therapy. No meat, dairy, white useless products, and lots of fruits, particularly red grapes, veggies-uncooked is the key, one ounce raw ginger throughout the day, 6 cups green tea, no black tea, tumeric, D3, and a bunch of other supplements which I can't remember right now. I do hope that my laxness these last two months have not done irreparable harm. I did eat meat and have dairy even though my research has shown those to be particularly harmful and cancer friendly.
I have some things to do right now, later I will post all the books, dvd's and as many websites as I can find where I found my information. You can each read it an decipher it to make your own decisions. Mine are made by me for my cirstance. They may ultimately not work for me, but they are my thoughtfully researched decisions, which I am now comfortable with and will change as the need arises. I am not anti-chemo, I just felt it was wrong for me. I also had no lymph nodes removed for those of you that are wondering about the differences between us. My doctor told me, when I asked what would happen if I didn't get chemo, that I would die in about a year and half. Well, I'm there, at the year an a half point. And I am pretty nervous I can tell you.
The recent numerous recurrences have served to remind me that there is a great,beautiful world out there, somewhere, and I need to again become a part of it, not stay in here typing and researching.
Good luck to you all.
I am no longer able to smile. At least not right now. I had always hoped that Linda would be right, and even though I hadn't gone down that road, she and all of you would be successful in your own treatments. I had believed we would all get out of this situation to go on unscathed with our lives. Now, I have serious doubts. I am afraid. Deep down afraid I may not be able to look back at this as a blip in my life as I had hoped. I have, til now held onto the vision of me telling someone--you know, when I was in my early sixties I had a very serious cancer, but I was able to beat it, it was just a short blib on my life's radar. Now, I'm wondering about that vision.
I'm just sayin'
Your true friend,
NOTE: ALL OF THE FOLLOWING ODD POSTS ARE RESPONSES TO POSTS BY JILL THAT WERE REMOVED. I AM NOT JUST TALKING TO MYSELF. SO SORRY FOR ANY CONFUSION THIS GENERATED.