View Full Version : Looking for the sites or books with curing cancer info
09-12-2009, 07:58 PM
I have a friend that would be interested in a book or a site online that has info about Raw and curing cancer. I know I have seen it on this board somewhere and the banana gave me way to much info to go thru.
09-12-2009, 08:27 PM
I am using my phone or I would cut and paste Revvell's links (under her signature), but I can't. I'm sorry... She has done numerous interviews w/folks that have had cancer and healed by going Raw.
I'm sure someone else will pop in and guide you.
09-12-2009, 08:31 PM
Search for Brenda Cobb and Ruth Heidrich on Rawkin Radio (http://RawkinRadio.com) for the interviews.
09-12-2009, 10:47 PM
this thread may have info
09-12-2009, 11:27 PM
If your friend likes fruit I would check out the Dries Cancer Diet http://www.amazon.com/Dries-Cancer-Diet-Practical-Vegetables/dp/1862040923 the following site has a good summary of the diet. You notice that the first recomended food is pineapple, well cancer cells have an outer coating that is 15 times thicker than ordinary cells and the enzymes in pineapple and papaya disolve the outer shell!
More about this thicker coating:
"Cancer cells contain a fibrin meshwork 13 to 15 times thicker than the fibrin meshwork surrounding normal cells. This fibrin mesh surrounding cancer cells is believed to play a key role in the ability of cancer cells to escape destruction by making it quite difficult for the killer lymphocytes, phagocyes and cytokines of the immune system to contact and destroy cancer cells. As we age our ability to manufacture enzymes steadily diminishes. The key enzyme component in an effective enzyme preparation is chymotrypsin or serrapeptase both of which increase the body's ability to produce more enzymes. We like Vitalzyme for malignancies because of the widespread reports of good results using the the enzyme serrapeptase which is found in Vitalzyme. The dose can begin with 3 tablets three times daily on an empty stomach. This dose should be steadily raised at regular intervals if no improvement is seen. Enzymatic digestion of this fibrin mesh is an important part of cancer therapy. The processing of dead cancer cells is also expedited by the digestion of tissue fragments caused by enzyme therapy."
A quote from the same site about selenium (I did not know this before, now I'm going to eat a Brazil nut every day because they are a great source of selenium).
"Selenium intake on a daily long term basis (200 mcg.) prevents nearly 50 % of cancer from appearing."
And of course the classic Edyie Mae/Ann Wigmore cancer books are great:
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