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Multiple Myeloma Diet, Supplements

Posted by LW (Georgia) on 11/03/2012

Dear Ted, I've always had knowledge somewhat in medicines and foods, well, lets just say I always knew that in every problem in our body, there's a food or supplement or herb we can take to heal and be cured. And like you, I was able to cure a common cold with lots of vitamin c, thats the beginning... My next issue would be the subject, multiple myeloma... which my mother is suffering from right now. She fell and broke her femur bone about 6 or 7 years ago and thats when they found the cancer and tumors. She underwent radiation and chemotherapy and stem cell transplant and went into remission for five years. Now the cancer has returned 40% and she has been taking chemo for almost two months. I found out that resveratrol found in grapes kills cancer cells, and she has been drinking lots of grape juice. But it concerns me that you said stay away from sweet fruits, i know sugar is bad but i thought it was only refined sugar not natural. Please enlighten me. Another thing she is doing right now is blending fruits with flaxseed oil and cottage cheese... but she is needing to be completely healed and cured... could you please help us and give us some advice. This is a terrible disease and even the dr admitted that the treatment she is currently taking is not promising. But I believe there is something promising that exist in this world. Please help us.

Replied by Ted Donate

Bangkok, Thailand
Multiple myeloma is a condition in which selenium deficiency tops the list, the other is to limit the spread with lysine. Selenium yeast is taken at 200 mcg x 3 times a day. Lysine is taken at 1000 mg x 8 times a day, preferably at night. Dietary restriction is a must, no food intake before 12 noon and after 6. No grapes or fruits of any kind, fructose found in fruits makes cancer spread within 2 hours of consuming. The body has no direct means of controlling fructose as it does for glucose, so they harm you.

Blood sugar control in multiple myeloma is an absolute must, the person will have trouble normalizing it. N acetyl cysteine 500 mg taken at least 5 times a day will help.

The reason why a lot of cancer exists is false information regarding fruit, honey, and vegetarian diets. If you can find the supplements chymotrypsin, papain, and trypsin will directly help multiple myeloma by digesting them.

These are quick to do, and help. It takes 3 days for secondary cancer or metastatic cancer to be normalized, if done right. Vitamin D3 10,000 to 20,000 IU a day also helps the multiple myeloma.

Ted

Replied by Arun Gumber
New Delhi, India
Dear Ted, Please advise that in Multiple myeloma you advise Lysine as 1000mg X8 times a day means 1000 mgm each day for 8 days, if it is 1000X8 times once-then for how many days?

Regards, Arun

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