I recently saw a documentary about a cancer patient who decided to move to a secluded cabin where he ate almost nothing, drank cold crystal spring water and bathed in the local spring. He was surrounded by pristine nature and clean air. The result: His cancer disappeared. Sound far-fetched? It’s actually not.
As cancer develops, it grows at a much quicker rate than the healthy surrounding tissue. This means that it requires more blood vessels, blood, nutrients and oxygen than healthy tissue. So if our bodies go into starvation mode, the cancer will suffer more and at a higher rate than the surrounding tissue. In theory, if we can last long enough, the cancer may die before we do.
Standard medical treatment effectively eradicates cancer in only 15% of cases on average. That makes the secluded cabin a pretty sound alternative or complementary treatment.
The key is to provide the body with nutrients as opposed to the calories in carbs, proteins and fats. It’s better to get vitamins, minerals and especially antioxidants, for example, via a juiced vegetable diet.
That’s because the healthy cells will be starved, but they will survive on the limited calories and nutrients derived from juiced vegetables. But the cancer cells, which need lots of calories to grow and survive, will starve more quickly. This may help push cancer fighting over the edge — on top of standard medical treatments.
By combining this treatment with a clean, quiet, pristine natural environment, we may see an even stronger effect than with vegetable juice diet alone.
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