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  • veggienft has replied to a post on the message board

    My God doesn't either give cancer to people or keep them from getting it. I believe God prevailed in World War II, but only because a lot of believers were willing to die in order for that to happen. Did God cause their deaths? No. But he gave them strength to do what had to be done.God has his realm ....faith and forgiveness. You have yours .......living and fighting.

    July 31 at 1:28 PM view post
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      Like it or not, humans are carnivores. Give up all carbohydrates, including anything which tastes sweet. Fill in the void with non-legume veggies, meat and fat ......lots of fat. Supplement C and B, magnesium and fish oil.

      July 31 at 1:15 PM view post
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        I know this is hard to accept. In fact 70% of cancer patients, when given the chance to live via a ketogenic diet will reject it. You said that you need to live in order to be a mother to your children. If that's true, then you will go immediately onto a ketogenic diet.

        July 21 at 3:06 PM view post
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          Cachexia happens to end-stage cancer patients. Cachexia is characterized by the inability to move or respond to anything. Cachexia highlights the fact that cancer represents the failure of cellular metabolism, and the replacement of diversely-functional insulin-resistant cells which can't feed themselves with non-functioning cells which feed on glucose. So whole body metabolism is the driving force, and not some isol...

          July 21 at 2:57 PM view post
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            Actually the "push" force behind cancer developomnent is dimeric pyruvate kinase M2 (dimeric PKM2). in a cell's cytosol PKM2 normally exists in tetramers. As the name implies PKM2 is a catalyse. Tetrameric PKM2 catalyzes the creation of pyruvate from products of ATP oxidation (phosphorylation), and inserts them back into the Krebs energy cycle for the creation of more ATP. When the glucose gradient across the outer ...

            June 16 at 8:56 PM view post
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              Hi Pixie Poet, Sorry it took so long to get back. Hope you're still alive. In the interim I discovered that I have neruofibromatosis type 1. It's a kind of ongoing pre-cancer genetic tumor generating disease. Yes, you should avoid barley. More than that though, already having cancer you should avoid all carbohydrates. Become fat adapted instead of sugar adapted. It's called a ketogenic diet. Cancer feeds on sugar, a...

              June 16 at 7:25 PM view post
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                http://zerocarbzen.com/2015/05/31/healing-brain-cancer-with-a-zero-carb-ketogenic-diet-by-andrew-scarborough/

                June 04 at 4:20 PM view discussion
                • veggienft has replied to a post on the message board

                  eat meat, fat and non-legume non-nightshade vegetables. Rinse and repeat.

                  April 14, 2014 view post
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                    Hydrogen peroxide lies in the cellular cancer pathway. No way could it be anything but a cancer promoting agent.

                    April 14, 2014 view post
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                      Multiple myeloma springs from autoimmune disease and allergy. Polyphenol dyes are a common cause of allergic reaction, especially around the eyes. I have allergies and autoimmune diseases. I found that my eye pain got a lot better when I stopped drinking coffee. Coffee has lots of polyphenol dye, and suppresses adenosine. Adenosine is a major queller of inflammation. Another common cause of eye autoimmunity is pair ...

                      March 15, 2014 view post
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