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The Diet That Starves Cancer And Reverses Diabetes

It’s hard to believe, but low-calorie and low-fat diet regimens aren’t good for you, why?! Because your heart needs its healthy fats.There have been conventional cardiologists who’ve recently asserted that we need healthy fats to maintain good cardiovascular health.

They have negated the myth of cholesterol as the major cause of clogged arteries and heart attacks. They also warned about the dangers associated with statin drugs, drugs used to lower cholesterol levels in the body. The truth is that brain and nervous system tissue require cholesterol and similar fats to rebuild and maintain proper function. It is worth mentioning that studies found higher rate of dementia, including Alzheimer` s, in statin users.

Skin cholesterol initiates the conversion process of UVB sunlight exposure to vitamin D3 in the liver. Without the presence of cholesterol, there is not conversion, meaning insufficient vitamin D3 levels.

High-fat diet reverses aggressive cancers, but top pharmaceutical companies don’t want you to know this. All you get is surgery, radiation and chemo drugs.

The high fat ketogenic diet – tried and true

The best anecdotal cancer reversal regarding this diet involves Dr. Fred Hatfield, a former world power lifting champion, trainer, and successful business owner. The reason for his doctor title is the fact that he completed graduate studies in kinesiology.

Dr. Hatfield was diagnosed with aggressive, metastatic skeletal cancer. Three doctors gave the same prognosis of three months left to live. He desperately researched and came across the ketogenic diet as something he should try.

Dr. Dominic D’Agostino, a metabolic researcher at University of South Florida, has found that mice with induced cancer who were put on high fat non-carbohydrate glucose diets reversed cancer and recovered even more effectively when compared to those on chemotherapy. Although this study may not be saying much, Hatfield decided to give it a try.

He avoided all carbohydrates and sugars. He consumed a fair amount of good meats and lots of good fats, not cheap trans-fatty acid hydrogenated oils or margarine that are one molecule away from being plastic and cannot be metabolized.

Some of the best sources of good/ beneficial fats include cold pressed olive oil, hemp oils, butter,avocado, eggs, and coconut oil. After a few months of following this diet, Hatfield`s cancer cleared up. A year later, he was still in a very good health.

Researcher Dr. D’Agostino has received communication from a dozen others who have successfully used a ketogenic diet to reverse cancer.

Cancer cells ferment glucose to thrive because they are deprived of oxygen that normal healthy cells use for metabolism. Good, healthy fats deliver fatty acids that are converted to energy bestowing ketones when the body’s cells are deprived of glucose.

This is how coconut oil manages to reverse Alzheimer`s disease. The conversion of ketones gives energy to those brain cells that are no longer metabolizing oxygen as well as they did before.

Normal cells can use convert ketones for energy, while cancerous cells can`t. Therefore, swapping glucose for ketones starves cancer cells. It is worth mentioning that there aren’t any side effects associated with this diet, with an exception of weight loss.

Ketogenic Diet Meal Plans that Kill Cancer

Healthy Fats: Butter, coconut oil, olive oil, eggs, avocados, raw seeds and nuts;

Low carbohydrate vegetables: Kale, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, asparagus, spinach, celery, collard greens, Brussels sprouts;

Protein sources: Fish and seafood, fermented dairy, wild game, grass-fed beef, grass-fed raw organic dairy, organic pastured poultry;

Unfortunately, despite the well-known fact that cancerous cells thrive on simple sugars, oncologists somehow forget to inform the patients about this! Instead, the patients are fed pastries and ice cream while going through IV chemotherapy. On the other hand, alternative cancer treatments are based on diet that excludes sugar and simple carbohydrates.

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