Don’t toss your jewel away

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  1. RICHARD SWIFT says:

    I am very hopeful and optimistic. For me, it’s about diet. Especially sugar. Cancer loves it and it is in everything. I gave up meat, dairy, all sweeteners and all processed food. That leaves beans (legumes), rice and veggies: organic. It’s not easy. It’s not cheap. We drive 20 to 30 minutes to shop. It takes me an hour to cook breakfast and an hour to eat it and fifteen minutes to clean up. But it tastes great and I feel great. Someone said to my wife regarding my MDS (Myelo Displastic Syndrome – pre-leukemia), “What are you doing about it?” So she asked my oncologist, “Is there any alternative to chemo and stem-cell transplant?” At first he said no, but then he said, “A couple of my patients have done very well on a plant-based* diet.” It turns out both had cured themselves. Yes, completely cured themselves: one from non-Hodgkins lymphoma and the other from breast cancer. I have been on this diet for two years and I have every reason to believe I will “graduate” in three more years. Please at least google MACROBIOTIC* DIET and see what you think. God bless you, Jim.

    Dick Swift

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