TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

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RE: TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

by snflwrc on Tue Dec 11, 2012 04:07 AM

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On Dec 09, 2012 6:30 PM RoxanaC wrote:

On Dec 09, 2012 7:56 AM snflwrc wrote:

I have been taking the Budwig's distance program C for   Stage 4 Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma. I first did chemo for 7 months to only get little improvement. My doctor and I even agreed to not do the last treatment since it wasn't working well enough..the most a tumor shrank was 1cm in the total of 7 months and the fluid around my lungs never decreased.  I stopped chemo and started the Budwig program right away.  Three weeks later I had a cat scan.  And the results were amazing! For the first time since my diagnosis the fluid around my lungs decreased and my largest tumor shrank from 6cm to 3.5 cm..almost in half! Once I started the program..and followed the diet and recommendations on the Budwig guide...excercising on a trampoline with breathing excercises..changing water filters..etc..I had so much more energy. I follow the program for the most part..sometimes I cheat on the diet a little but not too much or too often. I am continuing the program and pray to God this program gets rid of this cancer!

I am finding it always bizzare when someone has only one post and this is to promote the so called Budwig diet in a post which is actually about TRICAN. It almost seem like trying to promote a certain program. I can vouch that BUDWIG diet does not work in fact in lymphoma cases it can worsten the situation. ALl my lymph nodes hardended up from all that cottage cheese so for sure it cannot be healthy. I will like you to post your scans and your diagnoses showing what you claim but I bet this will be your only post.

Also, every person is different and will respond to treatments differently...for example many people respond well to chemo..I didn't. I tried chemo and once I didn't get the results I needed, I went to alternative.  If you are finding the FOCC mixture doesn't work for you (hopefully it's organic and mixed as directed on the Budwig Guide), then don't take it anymore. Maybe Cellect with the Budwig diet (exluding the FOCC) including organic green smoothies, exercise on the trampoline, etc..would work for you.  It's imperative you read the Budwig Guide.  It gives important information on what you can do and how to do things to fight the cancer.  If you do things wrong, you could make it worse or not get the results you want.

RE: TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

by SarahGrey on Thu Jan 03, 2013 03:34 AM

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I had hope in the Budwig protocol...  My husband followed it precisely for months.  It did nothing to help his brain cancer - and may have potentially worked against his standard treatments.  Sigh.

Oh, he stopped doing the Budwig protocol - his tumor shrunk.

RE: TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

by RoxanaC on Thu Jan 03, 2013 10:58 AM

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The same happen for me, the moment I stop the pile of cheese, the tumor started to shrink. Dairy cannot be good, when I see this people trying to promote their personal agenda I get pretty upset. Their greed endanger lives

I hope your husband is better now once he stopped Budwig diet. I certainly felt better once I stopped it.

RE: TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

by aantony on Thu Jan 03, 2013 08:03 PM

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Mt wife with stage four colon cancer was and budwig diet, and some other(helthy diet, green juice, LIfeOne protocol) and her tumors got much bigger for 5 month.

I don't think budwig diet can help stop cancer.

RE: TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

by skately on Thu Jan 10, 2013 11:31 AM

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Hi jones13

I would be interested in the anti inflamatory diet if you have it available.'s

I have nsclc advanced and J got a very bad cold a week before Christmas; Dr. Budwig's flaxseed oil, cottage cheese and ground flax seed literally saved my life I believe. Next I will try the  Trican.

I wish your Mother the best.

RE: TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

by skately on Wed Jan 16, 2013 05:42 PM

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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

RE: TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

by francene on Sat Jan 19, 2013 03:00 AM

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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

RE: TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

by starburst on Sat Jan 26, 2013 06:11 AM

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http://www.lifeintegrativemed.com/trican-ingredients.pdf

Take a look at the ingredients, then decide whether it's for you.

I would say just based on my layman's knowledge that it is good for people wanting to put on weight fast but as you know, maltodexrin is a controversial compound in itself...

RE: TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

by ozzieme on Sat Jan 26, 2013 09:09 AM

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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

RE: TRICAN in addition to Budwig Diet

by anubhav on Mon Feb 11, 2013 02:40 PM

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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.....
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