Dr. Hristo Mermerski Cure for Cancer

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Dr. Hristo Mermerski Cure for Cancer

by ceej1990 on Tue May 28, 2019 02:28 AM

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Hi everyone,

Has anyone ever heard of this recipe or have tried it and has success stories?

The ingredients include:

  • 15 fresh lemons
  • 12 fresh garlic cloves
  • 35 oz. natural honey (~990gr)
  • 14 oz. sprouted grains (green wheat ~400gr)
  • 14 oz. fresh walnuts (~400gr)
My father has stage 4 rectal cancer (recurring tumor), and will need to undergo chemo and then surgery again. 
We are desperate to find something alternative that can help him. He also has dramatic decreased appetite.
Any advice would be truly appreciated.

RE: Dr. Hristo Mermerski Cure for Cancer

by luluaug8 on Sun Jun 23, 2019 11:58 AM

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Research Joe@mycancerstory.rocks, my uncle has stage 4 prostate cancer and we are about to start his protocol. Read his story it has documented research and lots of people conformation. 

RE: Dr. Hristo Mermerski Cure for Cancer

by GregDahlen on Wed Jul 17, 2019 04:43 PM

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I often wonder if the unusual diet I've followed for more than 13 years might help cancer. The diet is that for more than 13 years now, I have been living more than 90% on fluid milk products, cow milk and cow cream. So every day more than 90% of my diet is some kind of milk or milks--nonfat, lowfat, or whole--plus I sometimes buy containers of half-and-half (half milk and half cream) or pure fluid whipping cream and drink them straight.

For me when I eat solid, mixed food my eyes hurt and vision blurs. But if I follow this diet of more than 90% milk and cream they feel and work better. Plus I think my general health is better, too. 

For the same reasons the diet helps my eyes, I think it might help cancer, although I am not claiming that it can, because I don't know. I can try to explain why I think it works for my eyes, and why I think it might work for cancer, but it's somewhat complicated. If you'd like me to try to explain, reply and I will.

The 8% or so of food I eat that isn't cream and milk is a variety, such as vegetables, fruits, cookies, candy, etc. I only eat a tiny amount of meat.

On this diet, you do have to urinate a lot, since milk is mostly water. But I've never found it to be a problem.

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