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    thanks for input on Vitamin C. Here is another one Budwig Diet. What do you make of this?
    http://www.cancure.org/budwig_diet.htm

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      lilymadeline

      I don't know anyone who has been on this diet, but I take flaxseed oil every day and it is definitely good for you but it certainly doesn't cure cancer! If it worked I never would have gotten cancer in the first place, in fact I was fit and trim and I always ate organic prior to my diagnosis.....so of course we have to have a healthy diet but a good diet won't help someone avoid cancer, it will just give you more strength to fight it.
      We cannot control our environment ( unless you are super rich ) or our genetics....we can control diet and exercise and both are very important for a healthy life. But there is another reason besides a polluted modern environment why cancer seems to be thriving in our modern society- WE DON'T GET ENOUGH SLEEP! I was guilty of only getting about 5 or 6 hours of sleep before I was diagnosed and I have read studies where that is the only common thing among cancer patients- that they were all sleep deprived! You have to have a regular hour set every night to go to sleep and the healthiest seems to be between 10pm and 11pm...and we need to get 8 to 9 hours of uninterrupted sleep every night! Naps are good but human bodies apparently need long stretches of uninterrupted sleep to rebuild and heal. It doesn't cost anything to sleep, so that is the good thing about it. The bad thing is that our modern society seems to encourage people to be sleep deprived which is extremely unhealthy! It doesn't matter how good your diet is because if you are sleep deprived you increase your odds for a cancer diagnosis! Good luck and god bless!

      over 6 years ago
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    thanks for input on Vitamin C. Here is another one Budwig Diet. What do you make of this?
    http://www.cancure.org/budwig_diet.htm

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    soniasonia asked a questionLymphoma of the Skin

    liposomal vitamin c treatment

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      po18guy

      Personally, no. Populations in tropical areas with a high vitamin C intake get lymphoma, too. What it may do is help your immune system fight common infections. This is one to ask your doctor about.

      over 6 years ago
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      I know someone who tried the vitamin C treatment for breast cancer and it didn't work at all! They have found so far that the vitamin c injections work a little for some cancers but only alongside chemotherapy, it certainly is not a substitution by any means.

      over 6 years ago
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