Disclaimer & Warning: The information in this blog is only provided for informational purposes. This information is not designed to be used to treat any disease or health problem. Instead, always consult with your physician for proper treatment.

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Cancer Treatment Strategy

The good news is that there are a lot of alternative treatment protocols for the many forms of cancer.

The bad news is that your doctor does not support or believe in natural treatment strategies for cancer or any disease.

As depicted in the following diagram, all cancer treatment strategies should achieve the following two primary goals:
  • Kill the cancer cells and tumors (with a cancer treatment protocol program)
  • Nourish the normal (non-cancerous) cells (with a cancer diet program)
Depending on the cancer treatment protocol that you select, it may include a specific cancer diet program. If it does, then, there is no need to select a cancer diet program. If you select a cancer diet program, make sure that it does not conflict with the cancer treatment protocol.

Beyond the two primary goals, all cancer treatment strategies should be designed to achieve the following health-related goals:
  • Reduce the toxicity and change the acidic environment in your body where the cancer cells thrive to an alkaline environment (cancer cells love an acidic environment!)
  • Strengthen your immune system, which is your primary defense against cancer
  • Break down the cancer cell's protein/mucus coating, which allows the cancer cells to hide from your immune system cells
  • Provide more oxygen to your cells (cancer cells hate oxygen!)
  • Kill the cancer cells (without killing the healthy cells!)
  • Kill the microbes inside the cancer cells and in the bloodstream/lymph system
Your First Step
If you have cancer or any disease for that matter, the most important step that you can take is to educate yourself about cancer and how it works. Why? Because once you truly understand how the disease works, it will be become abundantly clear why a superior nutrition program is better than relying solely on chemotherapy and radiation.

Acquiring knowledge about cancer, nutritional strategies, and cancer treatment protocols and working with cancer experts will make it easier to figure out which alternative treatments to use for your specific cancer.

In addition, try to find a local cancer support group in your community. Also, look online for cancer support groups. Talking to other people who are fighting cancer can be very therapeutic.

Cancer Treatment Protocols
There are many cancer treatment protocols on the Internet.  The Cancer Tutor website explains many of these protocols in detail.

For more information about cancer treatment protocols, refer to our blog post titled Cancer Treatment Protocols.

Cancer Diets
There are many cancer diets, but most of them contains similar attributes, e.g. lots of vegetables, low glycemic, plant-based, no flour/sugar, no trans fats, no vegetable oils, no processed foods, no dairy, no conventional animal meat, no fast foods (obviously :-)), etc.

The Cancer Tutor website explains the key attributes of an effective cancer diet.

Note: They strongly recommend Robert O. Young's book, Sick and Tired? – Reclaim Your Inner Terrain.  If you're not sure about this book, go to Amazon.com and read some of the book reviews and testimonials to decide if you should get the book.

For more information about cancer diets, refer to our blog post titled Cancer and Nutrition.

Disclaimers & Warnings
Please Note: We are only providing this information as references or a starting point in your own research. We are not cancer experts and, consequently, do not recommend any specific cancer treatment. We strongly recommend that you educate yourself and learn everything you can about cancer, medicines, conventional treatments, natural treatments, etc.

Please consult your current health professional before starting any new program. This information is neither a cure for cancer nor a general recommendation that everyone take if they have been diagnosed with cancer.

This information in this blog  is not intended to prescribe any form of treatment for any illness or medical condition. This information should not be considered a substitute for expert medical opinion. Always consult with your doctor to determine your specific course of action for your health. The author shall have no liability or responsibility to any person or entity with respect to any loss, damage or injury, caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly by this information.

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