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Dietary Questions for Ted Re: Aunt with Brain Tumor

Posted by Sarah (Davie, Fl) on 08/21/2011

Ted, my aunt in Bulgaria was diagnosed 4 years ago with Esopgaryngeal cancer. She went through chemo and radiation therapy and 3 years later she was diagnosed with methastasis- brain tumor. I have read all your suggestions and therapies. Would you please, answer those question for me?!

1. Is it necessary to become vegetarian- no meat or fish at all, just vegetarian diet? I understand- no sugar, no fructose, fruits... , but how about honey, is it allowed honey?

Thank you so very much. I will highly appreciate your input.

Best, Sarah

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
385 posts

The only thing I am very strict in is the sugar, these are fructose, found in fruits, high fructose corn syrup, ribose, glucose, maltodextrin, dextrin, sugar (sucrose), etc. The targeted blood sugar is 90 mg/dL. Even if you reach that, you cannot take fruit sugars (fructose), but you might take complex carbohydrates. There's a 97% probability of survival with that alone.

The reason why meats, fats, etc. was mostly also avoided was the digestion is impaired in a stage IV cancer, and that goes for liver toxicity as well. People have digesting meats, especially cooked meats of all kinds. It required a lot of energy, and as a result, uncooked meats (sushi, for example) and partially cooked meats is consumed.

Few people can survive any conventional treatment alone in 5 years, its around 3%. The fact is whatever treatment you choose must include avoiding sugar (ketogenic diets) to improve your chances.

While on the other hand blood sugar above 90 mg/dL has more than 95% survival.

Most of diets must have normal bowel movements, by normal I mean 2 times a day. If less, there is less chance of normal digestion and its attributed to fried foods, overcooked meats for example.

So basically it is no sugar. The other depends on individual biochemical outcome. For example some improved after taking raw meats, but mostly improve on vegetable diets, so there are exceptions.

But what is universal about any cancer treatment is this:

1. Lysine prevent cancer from spreading but you must also consider 2.
2. Sugar must be avoided, especially fructose.
3. Hyperthermia. Cancer doesn't survive at 42 C, so the temperature is at least 43 C.
4. Oxidative therapies work, such as H2O2 or ozone.
5. Digestive Enzymes therapies, by breaking down cancer proteins.
6. Tannic acid, green tea extract work, by tanning the cancer. Think of leather tanning. It works by
deactivating the proteins in cancer cells.
7. Normal bowel movement is necessary to rid toxins.

This is universal amongst all cancer types that I am aware of, I have as yet to compile a more complete picture. There might be debates of method to treatment for lemon and baking soda, and other things and various cancer are unique such as prostate cancer, that you have to unique needs for each individual cancer.

The list is incomplete about these universal rules, and I am sure you can think of other things such as easy to digest food, heavy metals, acidity, oxidation reduction potential, etc., and I encourage you to find them. One thing is consistent is oat bran does reduce sugar for the long term and is now included in universal rules, but needs more proof to get into that category, but needs more types of cancer cases, iodine is another one, but as yet is many types of iodine didn't make it to universal lists.