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Tumor on demand?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by SpellZ, Mar 16, 2012.

  1. SpellZ

    SpellZ Regular Member

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    Hm...

    http://www.whiterocksun.com/index.php?mode=health
     
  2. tony23

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    Ok, here goes, my 6yr old son was diagnosed with an aggressive brain tumor and we tried this low carb high protein diet, it has had small success with brain tumors, the diet is called the Ketogenic diet.
    I did it with him and he lasted 3 months on this VERY strict diet, I did it with him for moral support and I was living on 700 kcal per day.
    Mostly oil and protein, almost zero fruit or veg.
    This diet didn't help him, he ended up in surgery again but it may help other people.
    If you know someone with cancer, or have yourself check on Pubmed for this diet.
    Starving cancer cells of glucose might just work and plenty of people are looking into this.
    But, every cancer is different and we are all unique.