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12-14-2005, 04:45 PM
Hi all! I have a cousin with cervical cancer about to have surgery. I am frantically trying to collect information for her and was trying to pull up the recent thread on long-lived raw foodists. I simply can't find it! If anyone has links or suggestions on sites I could visit that talk about healing cancer with living foods, I'd really appreciate it!
Thanks a bunch!
12-14-2005, 09:11 PM
sillybloss, not sure if touting "long life" is the best route...
however, if I knew someone going through this I would send them to Dr. Day's SITE (http://www.drday.com/).
She sounds credible.
12-14-2005, 10:59 PM
My sister has breast cancer and is on the Hallelujah Diet it is 75% raw 25% cooked. http://www.hacres.com/diet. So far she is doing great no surgery or anything. Dr Day is great too. Freash jucied carrot juice helps the body heal itself from cancer.
Helen Of Tennessee
12-15-2005, 04:18 AM
Sharon Latson's Triumph Over Breast Cancer
by Roe Gallo, M.A.
From Cancer to Living Foods
By Brenda Cobb
Dr. Lorraine Day breast cancer
Video Clips pertaining to Cancer:
Rev. Maulkmus colon cancer
Dr. Ruth Heidrich breast cancer / injury - Raw-Fooder Triathlete
Dale Kelley prostrate cancer
Nora Lentz Cancer Quiz
Links between meats and cancer Gina Shaw
Gerry Coffey tumor in ab area
Elizabeth Baker Colon Cancer, Addisons Disease
Rick Thyroid Cancer
World alert over cancer chemical in cooked food
<>< Helen of Tennessee
12-15-2005, 10:35 AM
Hi, I found something that heals mainly anything. You do have to stick to a raw food diet. There's articles I've read about this stuff curing mainly anything even Cancer & Aids and Cancer is what your cousin is facing right!! Most people when they hear about this think I'm crazy, but when you do it you realize it's something special we all have!!
I would rather you e-mail me your e-mail address and I'll e-mail you what I'm talking about because most people when they hear this thank I'm crazy and I hope you won't think I'm crazy! I hope you don't mind having to e-mail me!! Here's my e-mail address email@example.com
Plus I have epilepsy and you know it's curing that too! Well I hope to hear from you and I hope I'll be able to help your cousin!! Have a great day and take care!
12-15-2005, 01:06 PM
Hi, all (again!)
Thank you so much for this info! Thank you especially to Helen of Tennessee! You have a wonderful library of resources! It was Elizabeth Baker's name that I was trying to remember, but I am so grateful for the additional links!
Jaurequi, I'm not "touting" long life to my cousin, that was just the title of the thread on this board that I was looking for but couldn't find. I thought at the least someone could find me the link to the thread, because it mentioned Elizabeth Baker and her testimony about overcoming cancer with living food is convincing, I believe. I just couldn't remember her name!
Unfortunately, I may not have enough time to convince my cousin, as she is scheduled for a complete hysterectomy, lymph node removal and possibly ovary removal on Jan. 5th. She believes there's no turning back. But I'm going to try!!!
Thanks again, everyone!
12-15-2005, 07:25 PM
Good luck, SillyBloss! Anyway, she can always benefit from eating healthfully after her surgery...what better recovery than eating fresh whole foods?! :)
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