Alternate Cancer Remedies
aluminum, vinegar, high protein diet; and do not worry about salt or bother being a vegetarian. Meat is just fine. “Go by the numbers,” and apparently the numbers care not for what you eat (More Ex- cellent Way Ministries, Home Correspondence Course, chapter 2, “Fads, Facts and Fallacies,” 48-76).
But, the truth is, if the numbers say it is all right to eat bad food, then there must be some- thing wrong with the entire theory.
In Part One of this present book, we listed a wide variety of nutritional factors, researched and accepted in many circles as fundamental to good health and resistance to disease. It is not neces- sary to return to liquor, white grease, and alumi- num pots to improve our health.
alternative remedial facilities in the world, pro- vides this supplement formula for cancer patients. It would probably work equally well for those in- tent on avoiding cancer to begin with:
“The dosages of nutritional supplements used in most of the alternative cancer therapies are much higher than the RDA levels. However, as mentioned above, these levels of supplementation rarely produce harmful side effects.
“There is continuing controversy over dosage levels of nutritional supplements; and health pro- fessionals involved with alternative therapies rec- ommend different levels, according to their ap- proach. The following are ranges of nutritional supplementation that I feel confident in recom- mending to adult cancer patients I have worked with:
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DIETETIC AND LIFESTYLE FACTORS
“Vitamin C—1,00 to 2,000 mg with each meal. “Vitamin E—400 IU twice daily. “Beta-carotene—25,000 to 50,000 IU with each meal.
Note to researchers: Abundant opportunities for special- ized research will be found in the many anti-cancer factors listed in Part One of this book.
In Part One of this book, over a hundred factors were listed which can help prevent the onset of cance . But it should be kept in mind that adherence to those principles will also help a person recover from cance .
“Selenium—100 mcg at each meal. “Organic germanium—100 to 300 mg daily. “Omega-3 fatty acid (flaxseed oil)—1 to 2 table- spoons daily.”—Ross Pelton, Ph.D., and Lee Overholser, Ph.D., Alternatives in Cancer Therapy, 109-110 (1994).
HYPERTHERMIA (HEAT THERAPY)
Note to researchers: A large amount of research has been conducted on the importance of vitamins and minerals in rela- tion to maintaining health and preventing diseases, including cancer. Additional definitive studies are needed.
Essential nutrients are those substances which the body must have in order to maintain health, yet which it cannot manufacture itself. They must be obtained from food or nutritional supplements.
Note to researchers: Hyperthermia treatments should be given to cancer patients in a testing situation. There are definite cases of recoveries from this method, which always requires monitoring by a skilled attendant.
In his book, Back to Eden, Jethro Kloss men- tions a man who had been bitten by a mad dog. Deciding to end it all, the man took an extremely hot steam bath. But, instead of dying, the rabies was entirely destroyed. Whether or not the story is accurate, it points up a truth.
At the present time, there are known to be 45 essential nutrients for human beings: 20 miner- als, 15 vitamins, eight amino acids, and two fatty acids.
You will recall Coley’s toxins, consisting of dan- gerous strep bacteria (erysipelas; streptococcus pyogenes), which he used to produce a fever which burned out the malignancy.
The landmark NHANES II study revealed that, on any given day, 91 percent of Americans do not meet the USDA/DHHS guidelines of eating two or more servings of fruits and three or more servings of vegetables. Instead, on an average day, 11 per- cent have no fruit or vegetables at all, 45 percent eat no fruit, and 22 percent eat no vegetables.
Then there was Robert Koch, who at first used strep germs, and later tissue thrombin, to accom- plish the task more efficiently and safely.
We have also noted that the Gerson Institute has discovered that laetrile raises the temperature around the tumor 4-5o F. That small amount is a great help in weakening the cancer cells.
The food-processing industry, the dramatic in- crease of fast-food restaurants, and the orthodox silence on the need to eat good food—all work to- gether to keep the hospitals full.
It now known that cancer cells cannot take as much heat as normal cells can.
It is on this basis that hyperthermia (also called fever treatments) are given.
Dr. Ross Pelton, administrator of Hospital Santa Monica in Baja, Mexico, one of the largest
Cancer cells are more vulnerable to heat than