I believe that cancer is curable in most cases. I don’t use the word “curable” lightly or by accident, you’ve likely heard of cancer being “treated” a number of times. When I think of curing a dis-ease like cancer I go right back to looking for the cause and effect relationship. One common cause of cancer is the ongoing presence of overt fats within your bloodstream. To enact a cancer diet cure where this was a partial cause would be to cut back on your intake of fats, go a couple days in a row where you eat as few calories from fat as possible. Make that into a dietary cycle, observe your results and adjust from there. This would be in addition to any other ongoing treatment, though again this is all based upon individual cause and effect and not to be taken as serious medical advice.
Reasoning: Once consumed fat remains within your bloodstream for 12-48 hours, if during that time you eat more fats then the countdown is extended. In the presence of enough fat a couple of things are going on at the cellular level. In this case I’ll focus on 1 process, breakdown of sugars into energy. In the presence of Oxygen a process called ATP is used, this is a primary system that will most often help produce healthy cells over time. When there is no or insufficient Oxygen present then your cells will go through a process of fermentation to release energy from sugar. This fermentation over time can cause a number of mishaps in future cell generations if used as a primary system to fuel your cells.
Connecting the dots: If you take a teaspoon of olive oil, pour it onto a bowl of water and let it sit for a while you will eventually end up with a thin layer of oil of equal thickness floating on top of the water. Since you’re body and cells are mostly water, fat will do the same thing to individual cells. This coating interferes with other chemicals and processes internally such as the cell having access to Oxygen when it is ready to convert sugars to energy.
He get’s a bit extreme in his writing though results have a way of speaking for themselves…
So what do you think? Have I gone over the deep end thinking that cancer is a curable dis-ease?