TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

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RE: TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

by RoxanaC on Mon Feb 11, 2013 09:59 PM

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On Feb 11, 2013 2:40 p.m. anubhav wrote:

On Jan 26, 2013 9:09 AM ozzieme wrote:

On Jan 19, 2013 3:00 AM francene wrote:

Hi!    I am interested to know how your mother is doing on the Trican. We live in Western Australia and were trying desperately to get hold of some trican. I dont know where you are but if you have any information can you let me know.

Many thanks Fran

Hi Fran I am just wondering what sort of cancer you want to use Trican for?

Also Trican is the same product as cellect

hello , I am looking for a cure for my mother who has stage 4 metastatic breast cancer. I had tried BUDWIG centre , and have been searching online for testimonials. this is the only place fro where I got two accounts of persons who claim they didn't benefit from FOCC diet leave alone trican. after a lot of coaxing my mother has started FOCC combo and I wanted her to graduate onto Trican as well. I have second thoughts now. if FOCC doesn't help it's ok but if it gets the cancer worse then a lot of people I can say are on a blind path eating FOCC. so can some body say that it will help/ not help?? is trican good for treating cancer?? has it been tested and approved for consumption ?? help out guys.....

Hello

Sorry that I have to say that but FOCC does not help. I have tried it myself for stage 4 lymphoma and actually went worts. Some lymph nodes on my neck became bigger and harder. A pile of cheese cannot do any good really. Dairy is well known to stimulate a bad response really and promote inflamation

As for Trican (or cellect) I cannot really comment as I did not try it. I decided that is a waste of money as is nothing more than a multivitamin. No, it has not been tested. Approved for consumption? Well is a supplement so is not dangerous. Approved for treatment? No, no way. Is it treating cancer? No, absolutely not

I personally tried Salvestrols, I only had is for 3 months so I do not have an opinion yet, howeve I spoke with other people taking it here in my city and one lady had good results with the breast cancer and another person had his pancreatic cancer cleared. Again, is a supplement hence not tested for treating, but at least I saw results where with FOCC , no, I cannot say that I know any example.

 

RE: TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

by rsmall on Mon Mar 04, 2013 10:34 AM

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hi no i have not used trican.but i am now useing honey & baking soda once a day. i'll find out march 19 if it's doing the

job i'm paying it for,that is from the health food store my wife works at. don't ever give up.

russ

RE: TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

by HealthWarrior on Sun Mar 10, 2013 09:07 PM

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RE: TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

by SBruegel on Sun May 19, 2013 10:42 PM

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On Jan 16, 2013 5:42 PM skately wrote:

Hi Jones13

I hope your Mom will have good results with her treatment. Cancer is a terrible disease and I think I e-mailed you a few weeks ago that I'm interested in trying the low  inflamatory diet. I have an autoimmune disease (in fact several that are caused by inflamation) and I would seriously like to try the diet if you don't mind giving it to me. I've only been given steroids (prednisone) to control the inflamation for the past eight years since I've had this condition. It started off as polymyalgia rheumatica but then I was told when my jaws became painful and I found it difficult to eat that I had temperal arteritus; then about four months ago I was told my aorta is now involved. I have advanced lung cancer too that I believe is the result  of suppressing my immune system from taking prenisone for so long.

Hoping to hear from you, and wishing much good health for your mother.

Skately

Hi Jones: I think you would find this website very interesting. Connective Tissue Disorder Site http://www.ctds.info/ The so called autoinmune or inflamatory diseases, and connective tissue disorders have many things in common that are brought forth by nutritional deficiencies, particularly, mineral deficiencies. You might want to do some research into magnesium, but also on other minerals like zink and silica. You may also like this clip from the TED educational series. http://tv.greenmedinfo.com/doctor-cures-her-multiple-scleros Best regards! SBruegel

RE: TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

by Evnnk on Wed May 29, 2013 11:50 PM

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On Feb 11, 2013 2:40 PM anubhav wrote:

On Jan 26, 2013 9:09 AM ozzieme wrote:

On Jan 19, 2013 3:00 AM francene wrote:

Hi!    I am interested to know how your mother is doing on the Trican. We live in Western Australia and were trying desperately to get hold of some trican. I dont know where you are but if you have any information can you let me know.

Many thanks Fran

Hi Fran I am just wondering what sort of cancer you want to use Trican for?

Also Trican is the same product as cellect

hello , I am looking for a cure for my mother who has stage 4 metastatic breast cancer. I had tried BUDWIG centre , and have been searching online for testimonials. this is the only place fro where I got two accounts of persons who claim they didn't benefit from FOCC diet leave alone trican. after a lot of coaxing my mother has started FOCC combo and I wanted her to graduate onto Trican as well. I have second thoughts now. if FOCC doesn't help it's ok but if it gets the cancer worse then a lot of people I can say are on a blind path eating FOCC. so can some body say that it will help/ not help?? is trican good for treating cancer?? has it been tested and approved for consumption ?? help out guys.....

Hello there Fran, I came across you msg about your mother in the search to buy Trican..I am wondering how she is doing and what you ended up using to treat her cancer.  I had Breast cancer too in 2005 also living in WA, (now in NZ) I did a lot of research via the library and what I could via the net.  There is so much more info out there now it can all get confusing!!  The most helpful book I found was Ralph Moss's 'Antioxidants against Cancer'  you can get it from the library there.  He is a Dr in America who bases his studies on clinical trials and he has a section on CoQ10 which I followed and had good results. (he also has a website)   There was another Dr in WA at the time Dr Igor Tabrizian who has some cheap but interesting bookets on Nutritional medicine, but they are quite tech, I found some easy to follow but the rest of the biochemical stuff was over my head, still good tho. He also had a clinic, north of the river somewhere. I would urge you to read the R Moss book as the trails they did were on women with advanced breast cancer. I am trying the budwig diet now, feeling heaps better ( I am soon to have surgery for supposed ovarian cancer - should have stuck to my diet) but I am having 300mg a day of the CoQ10 as well. No beta blockers. I think you have to work out what suits one personally.  The quark stuff may be giving me inflammation too..

RE: TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

by rumanikanta on Sat Jun 29, 2013 02:39 AM

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On Jun 02, 2012 5:07 PM jones13 wrote:

My mother just started on the TRICAN yesterday.  She also does the fso/cc treatment and has done 10 days of the recommended Aloe treatment.  They have been very responsive to my question a the Budwig Center.  There is also a facebook page where you can ask questions.   I couldn't find much on it either, but I feel like Dr Budwig knew what she was doing and had a lot of success.  I read all through the website, the testimonials, and listened to an interview with Dr Jenkins, the ND that runs the Budwig Center.  There is also another center in Spain that also uses TRICAN with great sucess.  I admit, I have very high hopes for the TRICAN. I have done a LOT of research on alternative therapies and felt this was a good one for my Mom. I am still hoping and praying as my Mother has very advanced cancer.  She didn't do much conventional treatment, but the doctors said it wouldn't help her anyway.  So, we moved on to more alternative treatments.  She's also on other supplements and a low-inflammatory diet.  Feel free to message or email me.  Julie

Hi, I am from India and now my mother is struggling with GBM GRADE IV, I request you to pl help me that is this budwig diet will be orthfull to cure cancer? My mother age is 48 and one time surgery is also done. Pl advice. Manikanta 095660 11285.

RE: TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

by RoxanaC on Sat Jun 29, 2013 04:01 AM

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Hi Rumanikanta

Unfortunately, Budwig diet will only agravate your mother's condition. I have tried it myself only to hava an increase in the size of lymhnodes and also not feeling very good

This so called diet is not healing cancer

RE: TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

by andyguy on Mon Jul 15, 2013 08:14 AM

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Roxana(and other readers),

Just because something didn't work for you or 15 other people, does NOT mean that it will not work for someone else. Dashing people's hope off of your experience is wrong. The things you have done that have worked for you may not work for someone else. So instead of saying" Budwig doesn't work."  You should say it didn't work for you.

FIRST off you might want to get some facts straight.

The cottage cheese should be organic as not to have any hormones in the cottage cheese. Dairy isn't the best for people BUT when it's combined with the flax oil a chemical change occurs. THUS it changes due to the sulfuric compounds. Not like taking a spoon full of dairy and swallowing it down. For those with lactose problems they can try:
Take the enzyme Lactase with quark or cottage cheese.
Try Nancy's Cottage Cheese which is made with lactic cultures.

I know of several cancer patients that have recovered with this protocol. There are over 300 different cancer protocols on the internet and when you are faced with cancer there is nothing wrong with trying which ever you feel might work. Dairy and inflammation? yes I've heard of that. I have an autoimmune disease so I know what that is about. 

As far as tumor growing while on budwig and then getting smaller after the protocol is stopped. I challange those people to show their medical results and scans just as another person was asked to do, who mentioned the protocolworked. What's asked from one side should be asked of the other side too.

The difference here is that there are people all over the internet that have done budwig and it's worked. Testimonial after testimonial. Difference again? There are places on the internet where people that have done this protocol actually give their email address and support so that you can have proof it's real.

RoxanaC  SHAME on you for telling people that budwig will only aggrivate a condition.  I challenge anyone to do more research on budwig online do not take Roxanas word for it. Don't let her scare you out of trying. The proof is in the people that have survived. Not a few who seem bitter and angry that it didn't work for them. Nothing is guaranteed. Nothing. Not even budwig, but considering the outcome of doing nothing. It may just be worth the try. google budwig testimonials and budwig yahoo group. 

Wishing everyone life, vitality, and years of happiness.

RE: TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

by andyguy on Mon Jul 15, 2013 08:24 AM

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P.S. I forgot to mention that along with the FOCC protocol please make sure that you follow the diet of budwig also. Sugar, processed foods, bad eating habits etc will and can cause tumors to GROW. You must be faithful to your body and your health. You can find a list of what foods to avoid by googling foods to avoid budwig.

Certainly a way to make sure a tumor or cancer does NOT grow in any protocol you choose. Do not feed the cancer. Feed the body to fight the cancer.

RE: TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

by RoxanaC on Mon Jul 15, 2013 10:51 AM

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So Andy (or whatever your name is) let me make this clear: you joyned this forum and the first post you had was to try and trash me and promote your little lie? Or shold I say your yahoo group and from there your webiste trying to make money on back of the sufference of other. Stop creating profiles to promote your business and try shutting up people like us with real testimonials. This thing is not working

Of course you did not miss the opportunity to mention that group, we know exactely what is happening: once you join the group one will receive an email from the lady running it directing to her website. oh well...

I think that what you do is bordering criminal, this is killing people.

You just make the assumption that when we have tried this so called "diet" we did not use organic cheese. All my symptoms were worst, lymph nodes were harder and grew up. It was evident that this was detrimental. And so it is for many other people. I am yet to find anyone I know who tried it and for who this thing worked. But hey, some people are in fact making money out of selling a membership to a site showing how to use a mixer to put together some cheese and some oil. Wooaw, those 20 bux are worth a human life?

Also the so called budwig diet also claims that "heals" many other diseases. Guess what - that did not happened either - it did not heal the cancer, it did not heal the autoimmune disease and it did not heal a viral infection either.  Lies, lies and more lies... or is not truth that budwig diet alo claims healing of other diesases. You want proof? I can sho proof that is not working. How about you showing that it worked for your autoimmune disease? Or for cancer?

Reaction of the cheese with the oil? What a joke that is

Yes, it is ok to try something which is working but this budwig diet is not one of them.

Is this your excuse? That this thing can be promoted to sick or dying people as is beetr than doing nothing???? Really? Lots of things can be done, but the cheese is simply more than likely shortening someone's life. I for one I am alive as I gave up on that so called diet and chose the right approach

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