Cottage Cheese and Flax Oil For Cancer

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Cottage Cheese and Flax Oil For Cancer

by Jim_L_3 on Wed Dec 15, 2004 12:00 AM

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I have recently read some translations from Europe about Dr. Johanna Budwig in Germany. She recommends a combination of cottage cheese and flax oil (which she calls linseed oil) for cancer. From the articles and testimonials that I read, it almost seems to be too good to be true. I researched a little on the internet and found most of the information is from Europe. She has been working on this for 30 some odd years and I am just now hearing about it. I was wondering if anyone in the states had any experience with this or other similar methods.

Flaxseed Oil and Cottage Cheese

by Marlya53 on Sun Dec 19, 2004 12:00 AM

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Hello, My husband had oral cancer and we starting hearing about this combination. My brother knows a guy who had testicular cancer and began eating this stuff a lot. I don't know all the details or how long he ate this, but he went back to the doctor who was about to schedule surgery, and he had no sign of cancer at all. I will try to find out more. I am in TEXAS, and we have been hearing about it for a few months. My husband has been doing radiation therapy for 7 weeks, and he can't swallow or eat anything. He was going to try this new combo, but he will have to wait until his throat recovers and then we'll see. Hope this helped you. DAK

Cottage Cheese and Flax

by Arindae on Mon Dec 20, 2004 12:00 AM

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Hi Jim, I read your post and found it very interesting. I have been battling cancer for almost 2 years and intend to try this as a supplement to my diet. Below is a link I found about how to prepare it. If you would like to see how it is going, feel free to contact me. I have also heard good things about grapeseed oil and will be trying that also. At this point, I don't see that I have any other choice. While the chemo has been working to a point, I want to try any available option that might save my life. I hope to hear from you soon. Best Regards & Happy Holidays! Arin B.

Cottage Cheese and Flax Oil For Cancer

by Dakotazdream on Mon Dec 20, 2004 12:00 AM

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Hi, I have some information from a book I read a couple years ago about this. I personally eat flax seed (ground at home and frozen) almost every day in my cereal (and other things). I am a cancer survivor. I had head and neck cancer surgery in March 2001 (I am a lifelong NON smoker). I had a radical neck dissection and radiaion. The cancer metastisized to my upper left lung a year and a half later, I had chemo and radiation to shrink the tumors, and I then had a lobectomy. Then I had a follow on chemo. It them moved to my right upper lobe, and I had a wedge taken out. It them moved to my lower right lobe, and I had radiation on it. I take vitamins, eat ground flax seed (I tried the flax seed oil, but had a hard time with the taste), and so far am doing well. I work full time, and get really tired, but overall am doing great. I changed my eating habits, and try and eat a lot more fresh veggies. I juice (carrot and some apple) and believe that helps a lot. I also have cut out most white sugar, white flour and processed foods. I drink lots!! of green tea (Celestial Seasonings makes a green tea with antioxidant) that is good, and the Stash White and Green is good also. I use raw sugar in my tea (no more white sugar). I don't eat fast food very often, and try to stay away from fried foods. Yep, it is sometimes hard, it is a complete lifestyle change, but it is worth it! I probably have the name of the book if you'd like me to try to find it. Good luck on everything. Prayer works!

Flaxseed Very Good But I Have Other Options

by Kristie on Tue Dec 21, 2004 12:00 AM

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Flaxseed among other vitamins and supplements are very good. Blessings, Kristie

Cottage Cheese and Flax Seed Info

by Mona_W on Mon Dec 27, 2004 12:00 AM

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Hi Arin, I didn't see the link for this information, could you please send it to me? I wonder the recommended doses it suggests. Mona

Cottage ch and Flax Seed

by Tropicalhula on Fri Jan 21, 2005 12:00 AM

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Funny thing I had a craving for cottage cheese today but Not evryone can handle dairy and usually not recommended for cancer patient at least by my doc who is a naturalpath. But I bought it anyway. I know flax seed is excellent. I use the seeds and soak overnight to put in soups. easier on digestion. I have liver cancer and it effects my digestion. So I use green papaya powder on everything and am going natural as long as I can. I also see an Acupuncturist that works a lot with c patients and I do feel better after. he gives me herbs as well. There is a wonderful book that is so comforting to read beacause it gives me things I can do on my own and it's precice and extremely informative. It's called Healing With Whole Foods by Paul Pitchford. It's way more than the title. Got it at Borders. Stay strong E.O.

Dear Jim

by Joenlea on Tue Feb 01, 2005 12:00 AM

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The link for the cottage cheese and flax seed did not get through, If you could email me or provide the link again I would really appreciate it. Thanks in advance, Lea

Flax Seeds

by Joanna_C on Mon Feb 21, 2005 12:00 AM

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I was diagnosed with Stage 3 Ovarian cancer in May 2001. I have never even heard of flax seeds before I was diagnosed. I know someone who is a Stage 4 and takes flax seeds with cottage cheese regularly. She is a 4 year survivor with no recurrence. The flax seeds itself is a perfect food - one important component is the Omega-3 oil. The cottage cheese is for its protein. Used to be milk was recommended. I take mine with grounded peanuts or homemade peanut butter. Initially I took flax seeds because it is suppose to help with hot flashes, along with tofu. I believe it does.

Flaxseed and Cottage Cheese For Cancer

by Char22 on Tue Mar 22, 2005 12:00 AM

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Could anyone please tell me where to get the flaxseed or flaxseed oil. thanks charlene
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