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Hi John

Yes I am unsure about ketones and cancer as well.  I see where it is said that ketones can feed our normal cells but starve cancer cells but then I have read that cancer cells can feed off ketone bodies.  Starve cancer of glucose and it goes to another food source and often becomes more resilient during this change.    So it lives off what we live off which makes since cancer is nothing but our very own cells.   So I find myself in the same boat as you.  I no longer keep a very strict keto diet year round.  I have found balance.  I eat whole foods (in season), no sugar, nothing processed, no dairy/grain/soy (due to my sensitives to them).  My diet is about 50% nonstarchy vegetables.  I will go into ketosis in the winter since that is when we would have naturally been in that state unless of course you live nearer to the equator 

buying Vit C IV for home use

by bvburrows - July 15 at 1:31 PM

I have been looking at a website based in Romainia where you can order high dose Vit C Ivs to do at home (you can do yourself or best to have a nurse administer of course) . They also offer some IV cal/mag and IV  K3. The products are made by a lab called Pharmalife. Wondered if anyone has tried this product? Their cost is higher than what I pay for high dose Vit C at my drs office in KY ($150.00 per IV). But I drive 3.5 hours roundtrip twice a week to get my IVs. I have seen a few reviews out there on websites for there products but I question if they are real

This is so true.  I started out with the Adkins diet in the late 80's (I was 18) then went into what they called VLC (very low carb), then ketosis came into style.  I thought carbs = death.  But over the years I became less vibrant and then started going down hill.  I only came out of ketosis in the last year (once I found out I have stage 4 cancer).  After looking into this I have learned that keto should be cycled.  We should be in keto over the late fall/winter and stop in the late spring/summer if you are healthy.  Otherwise if ill or have cancer the cycling needs to be a little more strict.

Anyone have a reputable source?  Or is anyone making the vit c IV themselves?  I have read the instructions and watched the youtube video but would prefer to buy the C already made.  

I have been looking at a website based in Romainia where you can order high dose Vit C Ivs to do at home (you can do yourself or best to have a nurse administer of course) . They also offer some IV cal/mag and IV  K3. The products are made by a lab called Pharmalife. Wondered if anyone has tried this product? Their cost is higher than what I pay for high dose Vit C at my drs office in KY ($150.00 per IV). But I drive 3.5 hours roundtrip twice a week to get my IVs. I have seen a few reviews out there on websites for there products but I question if they are real.

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