Fighting Cancer with Nutrition

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Andrew Saul, PhD, in a video clip lesson talking about the great importance and sensible application of Dietary Treatment in the treatment of Cancer.

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  1. in addition to adding vitamin c to the cancer patient's diet, you have to advise what the patient should avoid. specifically, cancer patients should immediately be placed on a ketogenic diet as well as high dose vitamins. why isn't it being done ? !

  2. Remember however, that chemotherapy works by inducing oxidative damage to cancer (and unfortunately, all other) cells and high-dose vitamins and antioxidants may simply negate it's effects, ergo less negative symptoms, but possible reduced effectiveness. There are studies that show exactly that to be the case, however there are also multiple studies showing vit.c to make chemotherapy MORE effective, it likely depends on a million factors. Very high doses vit ca have also been shown in studies to exhibit PRO-OXIDATIVE effects, by producing hydroxyl radicals, which may be the mechanism it acts similarly to conventional chemo-therapy. Completely speculating, this may mean that a low or normal dose vitamin c might reduce chemotherapy effectiveness, while a high enough dose increase it.

  3. Its true

    http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/pdq/cam/highdosevitaminc/patient/page2
     check out the study then look at whats said at the end

    Is high-dose vitamin C approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for use as a cancer treatment in the United States?
    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not approved the use of high-dose vitamin C as a treatment for cancer or any other medical condition.
    Because dietary supplements are regulated as foods, not as drugs, FDA approval is not required unless specific claims about disease prevention or treatment are mad

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