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Joanna Budwig protocol

Helpful info in this article on the Budwig protocol Рfor cancer and numerous other diseases: https://www.cancertutor.com/budwig/

UPDATE, October 2017: Here is Chloe Wordsworth’s newsletter summarizing the Budwig Protocol, based on the 300-page ebook by Budwig. Fantastic information, clearly presented.

UPDATE, January 2018: We enjoyed the Budwig Protocol for a few months, but decided in the end to go back to being pure vegetarians (vegan). Read more…

Running with Hope

Anonymous blog by a cancer survivor, talking about what it’s like to live with cancer.

Four short posts – poignant, revealing, heartening.

Run with Hope.

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A friend responded to Run with Hope by sending a link to The Truth About Cancer.

Dr Burzynski’s films are now available at Amazon as DVDs, by the way.

Guide to antioxidants

A friend just sent me this link to the “ultimate guide to antioxidants” – an in-depth article by Dr Mercola where he talks about the different types of antioxidants, the beneficial effect, and the FOODS that contain them, etc. (That last bit is the piece that interests me most.)

Lowest cancer rate in the world

A medical geographer, Harold D. Foster, spent years tracking cancer, AIDS, multiple sclerosis, Altzheimers, Schizophrenia and other illnesses in terms of geographical locations and dominant characteristics of the terrain.

The place with the lowest incidence of cancer is Senegal. The five characteristics Foster found most significant for Senegal:

  • selenium (in the soil)
  • plenty of sunshine
  • hard water (the hardest water in the world!)
  • very little mercury in the soil
  • no road salt (used for snow and ice, but gives off cyanide when the sun shines on it)

You can get your weekly¬†dose of selenium from eating 2-3 brazil nuts (organic). You don’t need a lot – trace amounts of selenium are what is healthful.

And you can get another essential anti-cancer ingredient right in your own home:

  • plenty of sleep!

A shift in perspective

Movies and books can be a great way to get us out of our self and our own particular brand of suffering. I’m thinking of stories about people who have overcome great odds – illness, disability, injuries: we get a graphic reminder that our own challenges are not so bad after all… And if they are bad, then we are reminded that we are not alone – other people have also struggled against overpowering odds. Read more…

Negative Pole Magnets: “extraordinary results”

In a Vision session this week, a client and I visited the information Chloe has put together on Negative Pole Magnets. Wow – it’s quite amazing! It made me go dig out my two ceramic block magnets from the back room and start using them again – one under my pillow and the other in my favourite armchair. I already have an NP magnet pad on my computer chair and another in my bed (!).

It also reminded me of a practitioner in Mexico I heard about recently who has given out half a dozen ceramic block magnets to people he knows with cancer, intestinal pain, etc. He says they are all getting extraordinary results, just placing the ceramic block on the affected area. Read more…

Cancer self-help

Where to begin?

Chloe put together the following suggestions at the request of a friend with cancer. Read more…

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