Another story of a cancer patient treating themselves through diet has surfaced. Not long ago we shared a similar story of a man with stage 3 colon cancer who refused chemotherapy and cured himself with a vegan diet. I want to make it clear that surgery doesn't cure cancer, especially when an individual is already in the later stages of the disease. If it did, that’s all they'd do. Cancer is a systemic metabolic disease, the result of a body that's nutrient deficient, overloaded with toxins and usually the result of a PH level that’s too low, meaning that the body is bathed in acidity. If the body isn't given the essential nutrients it needs to repair, regenerate and detoxify, cancer will most likely return.
Let food by thy medicine. Medicine by thy food – Hippocrates
In this case, the PH levels were raised. As a result the lactic acid goes down and the cancer activity goes down. This allows the body repair itself. It’s very concerning that most doctors don’t know that nutrition plays a vital role when it comes to cancer treatment. If you've cancer, the options you're given are usually drugs, chemotherapy and radiation treatment. Rarely is nutrition thought of when it comes to an effective cure for cancer. While each case is unique and no ONE treatment can be used in every case, it's important to look at multiple options that have been effective vs only looking at mainstream options which don’t have high success rates to begin with. For example, here is a list of 20 medical studies that prove cannabis can cure cancer.
Surgery, chemotherapy and radiation are constantly pushed as the only go-to options for cancer treatment, when this couldn’t be farther from the truth. How often does a cancer patient see a doctor who tells them that dichloroacetate can cure their cancer? That was recently discovered by researchers at the University of Alberta. Cancer is a multi-trillion dollar industry, it can be hard to believe that there are those who don't promote treatments that have been proven successful. It simply means we've to go beyond what we're taught, use our critical thinking skills and find out the truth for ourselves.