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Old 10-26-2017, 04:40 PM #291
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Last week I saw a study which shows direct correlation of sugar and cancer growth. It forced cells to mutate. Stay away from all synthetic sugar and only use organic naturally occurring sugars like from RAW FRUITS! If you are suffering from cancer keep sugar out of our diet! Fresh fruit in small amounts only.
Refined sugars contribute to an acidic body and also provide fuel for cancers.

Your food would ideally be alkaline or alkalizing fruits and lots of dark green veggies. No artificial colors, flavors, ingredients. No hydrogenated oils or heavily processed foods. Basically almost everything pre-packaged should be avoided. No meats.

When your system is alkaline, cancer will slow and anything positive you're doing will work even better.

Your cannabis for RSO should ideally have, at the very least, 3% CBD and 3% THC.

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Refined sugars contribute to an acidic body and also provide fuel for cancers.

Your food would ideally be alkaline or alkalizing fruits and lots of dark green veggies. No artificial colors, flavors, ingredients. No hydrogenated oils or heavily processed foods. Basically almost everything pre-packaged should be avoided. No meats.

When your system is alkaline, cancer will slow and anything positive you're doing will work even better.

Your cannabis for RSO should ideally have, at the very least, 3% CBD and 3% THC.

Dr Melamede says there are two basic types of cancers, one sugar loving and the other fat loving.
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Dr Melamede says there are two basic types of cancers, one sugar loving and the other fat loving.
Did they say which ones are which, and how to tell? Good info, since it's better to be able to eat at least one or the other.
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Did they say which ones are which, and how to tell? Good info, since it's better to be able to eat at least one or the other.
He did, but the list is long and my memory isn't almost a decade later. He's retired from the university and Academy of Science, and at Phoenix Tears now.

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He did, but the list is long and my memory isn't almost a decade later. He's retired from the university and Academy of Science, and at Phoenix Tears now.

He's the person I know that is most current on the latest and greatest and a fine fellow, so suggest you contact him and pick his keen mind.

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How do I get someone to use this for cancer?

First I would be like you got money? Second, are you ready to get really high?

Joking aside that's really the problems, getting high and the moola for it.

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angelgoob, take the time to read the thread and you will find information on how to mitigate the effects of thc... a very common one is high doses of vit c, that is known to help fight cancer as well..
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Yeah, there's been scholarly articles regarding sugar and cancer.
American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
https://www.researchgate.net/profile...cation/6704473

https://www.fasebj.org/content/30/1_...ent/42.1.short
Consumption of Total and Individual Sugars, Sugary Foods and Sugary Beverages in Relation to Adiposity-Related Cancer Risk in the Framingham Offspring Cohort (1991–2013)
National Cancer Institute:
Sweetened Beverage Consumption and Risk of Biliary Tract and Gallbladder Cancer in a Prospective Study

Yada, yada, yada...... I'm sure Monsanto has nixed other reviews/studies, etc.

Limiting or eliminating sugars is one tool....
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I haven't read much in this thread yet but wife has non hodgkin's lymphoma and her first 4 months of chemo didn't work. I thought for sure she would be better but now I'm really getting worried. Any one know if the oil works on her type of cancer? Thanks, Stash
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