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Hello All. My very close friend/Ex who I have helped with health crises in the past , like stabilizing/reversing diabetes type 2 through diet, has recently received a positive biopsy for prostate cancer. His doctor has been his primary care provider for two years but only recently decided to run the PSA and blood tests to screen for cancer, so it seems this is late in being revealed (not in beginning stages) but at this point that is water under the bridge, just what happens sometimes when you are medi cal patient in the US ( not highest rung on the ladder of care).Anyway I feel confident that if we work together and utilize nutritional and other methods (Budwig diet , etc) that this is not a death sentence and is “beatable”. To that end I asked “If we work together will we eradicate the cancer?”64.2>35By taking proper precautions, you will succeed mightily.Ok so far so good. I have been educating myself to find the research/science/nutrition that is effective in the same way I did with the diabetes successfully,( his blood sugar numbers are normal not prediabetic or diabetic levels). So among other things about the metabolism of cancer cells I learned that they feed on sugar. A key component of Johanna Budwig Protocol is NO SUGAR.Ok so he is not a “sweet tooth” kind of person as a rule, but has the “Kind” brand bars sometimes with 5gms sugar only because they are often on sale and contain dark chocolate and almonds, two foods that are helpful in lowering blood sugar. Anyway so we had some of those on hand from before we found out about the cancer. I came home recently (I have my own place but spend most of my time at his place because we cook together and it’s easier than using two kitchens we also share WiFi expenses) - anyway I came home and he was eating one of the kind bars and I said remember we talked about the cancer cells feeding off sugar? He was dismissive saying he just took one bite. I didn’t want to get into an argument about it and I understand that he has just received a big shock —it is very difficult to communicate with him about simple things as he is very harsh tempered at times. But I had thought from previous discussions that he wanted to work in this serious health concern in a way that wouldn’t have major toxic side effects, etc, and wanted to do what it takes to get healthy again.I tried to not get alarmed/sad/discouraged , just wrote it off to, ok he has to just have this last sugar and then get serious, he is still in shock. But the next day I saw another half eaten Kind bar with 5gms sugar in his desk. I decided to ask “Is no sugar protocol crucial to his healing from this?” Got 49.5>55 A tiger changes his stripes even before the augury and is able to achieve abundance —I don’t know, could be a reference to the cancer cells themselves and how they grow abundant by feeding in sugar? But I guess cancer cells are not a “great person” — is the great person who will transform (from sugarceaying to no sugar eating) him?So then to cut to the chase of my concerns—I didn’t want to have another talk about the sugar and was beginning to despair that he really wasn’t ready to be serious and do what it takes, and I can’t be a police —-I could already picture the conversation that would take place and didn’t want to have it, him getting angry at me for “nagging” sigh.So I asked “will he be able to see the importance of no sugar?”Got 36.1.3.6>23Which I took as a yes ? (Maybe?)Line 1 “ those in authority have something to say” — research that points to cancer cells feeding themselves on sugar,Line 3 “afflicted constancy not possible “ — not possible to keep eating sugar and eradicate the cancer cellsLine 6 “ at first rises to heaven , later enters the earth”He will come “down to earth” about this, get out of shock and get down to business — 24 “Stripping Away” the sugar??Or is that wishful thinking on my part? I know I can’t be anyone’s police, I already somewhat did that with the diabetes nutritional campaign and while it was necessary, I suspect it was not “correct “ of me. I mean, he’s an adult, responsible for his own health/welfare —but I guess we are family in a way and so I took on this role of helper /mother/coach, which in retrospect was not good for me, even though it saved his health. Anyway comments/insights appreciated and I will keep people informed about this —I believe this doesn’t have to be what he will die from or be felled from. We will see if the first final hexagram received, “35” can be manifested and we will succeed in eliminating the tumor/cancer cells. I will keep everyone posted, obviously will be a long term campaign .Thank you in advance to all the wise and kind souls, who I have noticed, seem to proliferate here..Blessings,Maria
 
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Hey Maria, I'm not going to interpret the reading but....about 6 months ago I got a skin cancer check, was told I've got four and make an appt to get them cut out...I told him to get stuffed because he was doing it without taking biopsies. Did a bit of research and found out alkaline foods need to be upped so I changed my diet to add them specifically. I literally watched the skn spots disappear. Not saying it will cure him but it's something to look at.
 

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First your post is hell to read due to no paragraphing etc. Not your fault, it's a forum problem for some mainly newer people. If you have time you can help this be resolved by filling out this form

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I came home recently (I have my own place but spend most of my time at his place because we cook together and it’s easier than using two kitchens we also share WiFi expenses) - anyway I came home and he was eating one of the kind bars and I said remember we talked about the cancer cells feeding off sugar? He was dismissive saying he just took one bite. I didn’t want to get into an argument about it and I understand that he has just received a big shock —it is very difficult to communicate with him about simple things as he is very harsh tempered at times. But I had thought from previous discussions that he wanted to work in this serious health concern in a way that wouldn’t have major toxic side effects, etc, and wanted to do what it takes to get healthy again.I tried to not get alarmed/sad/discouraged , just wrote it off to, ok he has to just have this last sugar and then get serious, he is still in shock. But the next day I saw another half eaten Kind bar with 5gms sugar in his desk


Stopping sugar might help him, it's not a cure you know. If simply stopping sugar cured cancer I think we'd know about it. A nurse in a cancer centre once told prostate cancer can be so slow growing that in older men they can often die of old age before dying of the cancer. Not always obviously - I have heard tumours feed on sugar - again at a cancer centre so minimising it is probably quite a good idea. But stopping it altogether was not recommended because it's too harsh and a person is not just their tumour they also need to enjoy things when they want to enjoy them.




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.Anyway I feel confident that if we work together and utilize nutritional and other methods (Budwig diet , etc) that this is not a death sentence and is “beatable”. To that end I asked “If we work together will we eradicate the cancer?”64.2>35By taking proper precautions, you will succeed mightily.Ok so far so good.

I don't know who said by taking precautions you will succeed mightily ? It's a commentary I guess ? It's not the I Ching which actually says

'Your wheels dragged back.
Constancy, good fortune.'

(Hilary's translation from wiki)

You can't rush at this at the pace you'd like and are slowed down - and actually that's a good thing. You can't rush off and fix this immediately - you can't even develop a 'plan' right now as the wheels are dragged back but that's okay, slow down. I think overall you can afford to slow down over the whole thing which doesn't mean you won't jointly act on a plan in future but now you can't really.



I have been educating myself to find the research/science/nutrition that is effective in the same way I did with the diabetes successfully,( his blood sugar numbers are normal not prediabetic or diabetic levels). So among other things about the metabolism of cancer cells I learned that they feed on sugar. A key component of Johanna Budwig Protocol is NO SUGAR.Ok so he is not a “sweet tooth” kind of person as a rule, but has the “Kind” brand bars sometimes with 5gms sugar only because they are often on sale and contain dark chocolate and almonds, two foods that are helpful in lowering blood sugar. Anyway so we had some of those on hand from before we found out about the cancer. I came home recently (I have my own place but spend most of my time at his place because we cook together and it’s easier than using two kitchens we also share WiFi expenses) - anyway I came home and he was eating one of the kind bars and I said remember we talked about the cancer cells feeding off sugar ?


I would hate this so much - someone 'reminding' me what to eat and heck it's even a low sugar health bar by the sound of it- I'd just say to you don't do this the psychology of it, if he is an adult who likes to feel he runs his own life, is terrible. All that will happen is he will go and eat Kind bars in private


He was dismissive saying he just took one bite.

I don't blame him.


I didn’t want to get into an argument about it and I understand that he has just received a big shock —it is very difficult to communicate with him about simple things as he is very harsh tempered at times. But I had thought from previous discussions that he wanted to work in this serious health concern in a way that wouldn’t have major toxic side effects, etc, and wanted to do what it takes to get healthy again.I tried to not get alarmed/sad/discouraged , just wrote it off to, ok he has to just have this last sugar and then get serious, he is still in shock.

It shouldn't be his last sugar. Just because he has a tumour he doesn't have to live his entire life around it and eradicate any little treat that might cheer him up now and then.



But the next day I saw another half eaten Kind bar with 5gms sugar in his desk. I decided to ask “Is no sugar protocol crucial to his healing from this?” Got 49.5>55 A tiger changes his stripes even before the augury and is able to achieve abundance —I don’t know, could be a reference to the cancer cells themselves and how they grow abundant by feeding in sugar?


The line says there is such confidence there is no need to ask the Oracle. Not entirely sure how to take that but my feeling is he will make necessary changes exactly when he is ready and not before. I think you could be a lot less active in this.



But I guess cancer cells are not a “great person” — is the great person who will transform (from sugarceaying to no sugar eating) him?So then to cut to the chase of my concerns—I didn’t want to have another talk about the sugar and was beginning to despair that he really wasn’t ready to be serious and do what it takes, and I can’t be a police —-I could already picture the conversation that would take place and didn’t want to have it, him getting angry at me for “nagging” sigh.So I asked “will he be able to see the importance of no sugar?”Got 36.1.3.6>23Which I took as a yes ?

I think the 49.5 is him. Will he see the importance of no sugar ? Well you don't even have a clear idea that no sugar is necessary so why should he see the importance of it. That's your belief. Looking at this cast it seems he is feeling the need to hide himself from your scrutiny in line 1.


Also of course I don't know how far this cancer has gotten. If it's far gone maybe he just wants to live the best he can for now ? If that is the case, and I hope it isn't, you hounding him over his diet is going to feel really oppressive. 36 if it is about him shows him feeling like he must hide and the 23 I think would be the undermining effect of the condition on him. Line 3 suggests a need for patience on your part about what he sees or doesn't see. He's got the message about sugar already so you can leave it alone now.




Line 1 “ those in authority have something to say” — research that points to cancer cells feeding themselves on sugar,Line 3 “afflicted constancy not possible “ — not possible to keep eating sugar and eradicate the cancer cellsLine 6 “ at first rises to heaven , later enters the earth”He will come “down to earth” about this, get out of shock and get down to business — 24 “Stripping Away” the sugar??Or is that wishful thinking on my part? I know I can’t be anyone’s police, I already somewhat did that with the diabetes nutritional campaign and while it was necessary, I suspect it was not “correct “ of me. I mean, he’s an adult, responsible for his own health/welfare —but I guess we are family in a way and so I took on this role of helper /mother/coach, which in retrospect was not good for me, even though it saved his health.

Well he might 'get down to business' if it's appropriate. Sadly with cancer it isn't always.


Anyway comments/insights appreciated and I will keep people informed about this —I believe this doesn’t have to be what he will die from or be felled from
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But what you believe about what he will die from isn't relevant surely ? It isn't in your control. He could die, you could die tomorrow of any cause. Right now he seems to be enjoying his Kind bars so let him. He has the information about sugar so there is nothing more you need to do until perhaps he asks you for help with reducing sugar. Stopping sugar entirely is joy killing (if one likes sugar) and unnecessary but if he wants to do that then he will no doubt ask you when he is ready.
 

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Dear Giraffe,
First of all - so so sorry for your friend and God bless you for your caring.
I zero in here on the response you got to the question, "will he be able to see the importance of no sugar?" The line 36.6, rising to heaven then cast down to earth, makes me think he may be able to SEE the importance, but even so be unable to control his urges. Perhaps you can find ways to help with that. Perhaps he could switch from Kind bars to sucking on hard candy.

Many of the processed foods we eat trigger a desire for sugar so eliminating those foods can stop the sugar cravings before they begin. New Vegetarians often comment that they notice eating vegetables only quells the desire for sweets. There are many good videos on Youtube that have ideas about how eating certain foods can cure cancer. I remember one I saw where the man ate nothing but Kale smoothies for several months and rid himself of it. The film "Forks Over Knives" available on youtube turned me into a vegetarian after one viewing.
Good vibes to you and your friend,
Rosada
 

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I am sorry about the no paragraphs thing —I will fill out the forms to try and resolve it
 

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No paragraphs

I am sorry about the no paragraphs thing —I will fill out the forms to try and resolve it
 
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Though some might disagree, I would caution against relying too heavily on medical advice based on the I Ching. I do think, however, that it might give you good insight or direction on attitudes and possible actions to deal with medical issues and the stresses - for all involved - that come with serious medical conditions.

Setting the I Ching aside, Type B diabetes is manageable with proper diet, exercise, and medications, and to some extent, attitude. You should not avoid dealing with it! It runs in my family so I'm familiar with both treating it well and not treating it well - and the consequences of both.

Best, David.
 

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Being a new member is difficult to figure out but I will keep trying —sometimes it looks like something has not posted so I post again. It ends up posting twice.Trojina thank you got you lengthy reply. Yes I realize now that it says YOUR wheels dragged back and proper precautions foes not correlate to that.What gets out regarding cancer to the general public as a reputed medical truth is very tightly controlled , depends on money and who funds your research. That said there is “the Warburg Hypothesis” which will probably always be referred to as just hypothesis because of politics which based on observation of cancer cells shows that sugar, in any amount not just large amounts, feeds cancer cells in the absence of oxygeb and allows them to grow and multiply.That said I understand about being a good police and that I do not want to be that, as I stated, Sugar is not the only joy in life or food, there are so many other flavors even sweetness without sugar. There are also sugar substitutes and honey which does not have the same effect.Also, I thought I was clear that I was never saying stopping sugar alone will stop cancer. But why give it the fuel that it needs. Rosada thank you for you recommendation of Forks Over Knives I have seen that and it has a lot of great information. I will get ahold of it again and maybe we will watch h it together. I too have heard of people who decided to just eat Kale and got better. To Becalm thank you for the recommendation about alkaline foods. Yes I have been finding out that the cancer lives in a low oxygen acidic environment so that if you provide alkaline as opposed to acid and oxygen environment they will fail to survive.What I did not say is that this is not just a “campaign” originated by me but it is him as well based on discussions we have had and the efficacy of nutritional strategies in being healthy and fighting disease. We have both seen it first hand with the diabetes —with doctors saying one thing—oh no you will never get off the met form in and always need this to correct your blood sugar from the outside—basically “you have no control over this” is what they tell you. We have BOTH seen it to be incorrect, but just me.Anyway , I realize I may have read the first cast and first hexagram incorrectly as to the Yi giving a positive outcome to this. It did not.Also I know I have no control over how he dies and my beliefs don’t matter..I think the Yi was just giving commentary about other small things, not making any predictions about the cancer success or failure. Yes about 36, would be hiding eating the bars.We have had a talk since then about wanting to be on the same page and work together, as we did with the diabetes, and were successfull, and having it be easier this time. And about there being sweeteners that don’t feed the cancer.He doesn’t eat any processed foods so yes that lessens craving for sweets which isn’t a problem anyway.Again I apologize this will probably come out as one long paragraph again.The cancer industry wants ya to believe there is nothing much you can do ;beyond the therapies they make a profit from which are effective in some cases) and that you as a patient have no control. It will probably be this way for a very long time . You can either choose to accept the “truth” they work hard to present , or start looking elsewhere at what else can and has happened that contradicts their truth.
 

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Being a new member is difficult to figure out but I will keep trying —sometimes it looks like something has not posted so I post again. It ends up posting twice.Trojina thank you got you lengthy reply. Yes I realize now that it says YOUR wheels dragged back and proper precautions foes not correlate to that.What gets out regarding cancer to the general public as a reputed medical truth is very tightly controlled , depends on money and who funds your research. That said there is “the Warburg Hypothesis” which will probably always be referred to as just hypothesis because of politics which based on observation of cancer cells shows that sugar, in any amount not just large amounts, feeds cancer cells in the absence of oxygeb and allows them to grow and multiply.That said I understand about being a good police and that I do not want to be that, as I stated, Sugar is not the only joy in life or food, there are so many other flavors even sweetness without sugar. There are also sugar substitutes and honey which does not have the same effect.Also, I thought I was clear that I was never saying stopping sugar alone will stop cancer. But why give it the fuel that it needs. Rosada thank you for you recommendation of Forks Over Knives I have seen that and it has a lot of great information. I will get ahold of it again and maybe we will watch h it together. I too have heard of people who decided to just eat Kale and got better. To Becalm thank you for the recommendation about alkaline foods. Yes I have been finding out that the cancer lives in a low oxygen acidic environment so that if you provide alkaline as opposed to acid and oxygen environment they will fail to survive.What I did not say is that this is not just a “campaign” originated by me but it is him as well based on discussions we have had and the efficacy of nutritional strategies in being healthy and fighting disease. We have both seen it first hand with the diabetes —with doctors saying one thing—oh no you will never get off the met form in and always need this to correct your blood sugar from the outside—basically “you have no control over this” is what they tell you. We have BOTH seen it to be incorrect, but just me.Anyway , I realize I may have read the first cast and first hexagram incorrectly as to the Yi giving a positive outcome to this. It did not.Also I know I have no control over how he dies and my beliefs don’t matter..I think the Yi was just giving commentary about other small things, not making any predictions about the cancer success or failure. Yes about 36, would be hiding eating the bars.We have had a talk since then about wanting to be on the same page and work together, as we did with the diabetes, and were successfull, and having it be easier this time. And about there being sweeteners that don’t feed the cancer.He doesn’t eat any processed foods so yes that lessens craving for sweets which isn’t a problem anyway.Again I apologize this will probably come out as one long paragraph again.The cancer industry wants ya to believe there is nothing much you can do ;beyond the therapies they make a profit from which are effective in some cases) and that you as a patient have no control. It will probably be this way for a very long time . You can either choose to accept the “truth” they work hard to present , or start looking elsewhere at what else can and has happened that contradicts their truth.
 

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There are many typos in the previous responses. I will correct them when the forum allows me to get into the editor. Should have done a better proofread before posting, will do next time I apologize ,Maria
 

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Also, to be clear, his doctor waited two years before doing any testing for this , and we are still awaiting further information but this may have spread outside of the prostate, to the bone, and so this may be in a more advanced stage. We will know more later
 

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Another thought about healing...
One of the first lines in the I Ching is 1.2 "Dragon appearing in the meadow, it furthers one to see the great man." I take this to mean the importance and benefit of having an experienced role model to emulate whenever you are starting out to create something. I think of the time when my grandson was a baby and seemed totally uninterested in learning anything beyond crawling. Then one day we were at the park and he saw a little girl about his age - one years old - walking with her mother. He stared at her for the longest time and then, without any hesitation, stood up and took his first steps! Anyway, this leads me to suggest you get your friend to look for role models for healing. Like get him to watch videos of people discussing how they have cured themselves from any disease. The vision will call up/resonate with his own healing instincts and possibly trigger his own healing response. Another example is videos by David Wilcox. He is a psychic who talks a lot about UFO's. I am not even mildly curious about UFO's but after watching and listening to David I'm harmonizing with his wave length. I don't start caring about UFO's but it seems as if my own psychic sensitivity kicks in and I get insights about things that i am interested in. It's like watching someone with e.s.p. strengthens my own. So get your friend to read about or watch or be with or talk to people who have healed themselves to strengthen your friend's faith in his ability to heal himself. It has an effect...
 

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Also, to be clear, his doctor waited two years before doing any testing for this , and we are still awaiting further information but this may have spread outside of the prostate, to the bone, and so this may be in a more advanced stage. We will know more later

Sorry to hear this, it must be a very difficult time for you both - and also sorry my first post was rather insensitive I think in focusing on your monitoring of his food intake. Obviously it's his well being that is your focus.

Also, I thought I was clear that I was never saying stopping sugar alone will stop cancer. But why give it the fuel that it needs.


Yes you were clear, sorry about that.
 

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I have to say something about the cancer misinformation here.
First your body maintains a constant pH. It is self regulatory and not affected by what you eat - cholesterol is the same way, dietary cholesterol does not affect blood cholesterol they have recently finally realized. That's why a couple years ago they took bacon, eggs, and butter off the bad foods list and reconstructed the food pyramid.
If you made your body alkaline enough to kill cancer cells it would kill your regular cells too, because cancer cells ARE you regular cells - with a problem. It's not like they are something different from outer space. A shift of just a few tenths of a percent in pH would send you to the ICU.
A lot of things kill cancer cells. They will kill YOU too. That is why a lot of cancer treatment deals with how to target only the cancerous cells with the chemicals, radiation, etc.
Google cancer myth alkaline.

Second, the most common cause of cancers - 66% - it turns out is your body imperfectly replicating it's cells. It's physical DNA copying error.
https://bigthink.com/philip-perry/m...-chance-than-for-any-other-reason-study-finds

Not just about the much publicized "telomeres" either, we learned about from biologically immortal creatures like jellyfish, that protect your chromosomes and can get damaged from shortening . New research just found there are "molecular brakes" that prevent cancer by ensuring there are two copies of DNA before a cell replicates. When this brake is not functional, it causes cancer cells from DNA damaged cell replication.
https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/06/180628131107.htm

As far as diet, the most important thing is good nutrition. A lot of antioxidants perhaps - which help protect your telomeres from shortening and so prevent cell damage.

Prostate cancer, the important thing is how quickly it is growing, not the diagnosis. In a 55 year old man if the cancer is slow moving often Doctors think you will outlive the cancer, so the downside of treatment - like screwing up your sex life - just isn't worth it.

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The Budwig Proticol is not about alkalinity —that is a side effect . It is about oxygen.
 

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Hi Lavalamp—The Budwig Protocol is not about cholesterol or alkalinity (although that is a side effect) —it’s about oxygen.Rosada - thank you for those suggestions I think that makes sense!Trojina —no offense taken , thank you for the line reads zip needed to see where I misinterpreted.We will find out more information what stage etc in two weeks,This is not the slow moving type of non aggressive prostate cancer here so anyone that wants to say it’s slievmoving etc -no. His doctor is a bad doctor and ignited him when he wanted an X-ray after a fall and when he complained of pain—didn’t do a PSA the entire time he was in her care he is 65 now so this could have been caught way earlier. Needless to say they are trying to re write the narrative saying oh we have no record of that.Anyway beside the point now that the doctor was negligent we have two weeks before they want to start aggressive therapy I am not sure all it entails yet. Will update later, thanks
 

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Aargh —ignored not ignited —I know I am a bad proofreader , and I can’t get the editing tool to work for me —��
 

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A PSA is a standard test for an older man when he gets a physical.
When was his last physical? If they didn't do that it's certainly negligent.

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Lava Lamp—Yes I know the PSA is standard. As I stated this doctor has been his doctor for two years, monitoring him closely with blood work etc, about other issues, and did not do a PSA test so yes she was negligent. There is nothing to be about it now though.
 

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I know sugar renunciation is very effective against cancer. But of course it is difficult to permanently adjust to a diet that categorically excludes entire food groups or individual substances that are so common and popular in our nutritional system. Often the compulsion to do without a certain, much-loved food is so exhausting and associated with so much forgoing of joie de vivre that such a diet can hardly be sustained for long.

And people who are already ill normally suffer from a lack of joy anyway, due to their sorrows about their health and their future. So it is even harder then to do without these little "guilty pleasures", even if they know that it would be good to avoid them. I even know someone who started smoking again after he was diagnosed with lung cancer.

What has convinced me very much, you also mentioned it, is the medical knowledge that cancer in an alkaline environment has almost no chance to grow, while an acid environment (yes, sugar also makes the pH very acidic) gives it the best growth opportunities. (becalm and lavalamp also have already mentioned it, but I see it in an completely different way than lavalamp)

As you probably know, on the internet there is tons of information about which nutritional and behavioural factors make the pH acidic or basic. I think to keep the body slightly alcalic is a good preventive measure for everybody and certainly it is also beneficial during cancer therapy. I always find holistic nutrition approaches very good, because you can get to the root of the problem with them and then it is also sometimes okay to allow yourself a "sin" in between, because it will be ultimately balanced.

This can't be a therapy suggestion of course, since that would most probably not be enough now and I'm not a doctor anyways. I'm sorry that I won't give you an interpretation of your results, but I don't like to try on health readings because I think misinterpretations are particularily dangerous.
But others in the thread have already given you very good suggestions for interpretation.

I very much hope that your friend will soon be completely recovered!
 
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Thank you very much —I didn’t read everything you are saying because I glanced at it and saw it was about no sugar thing and alkalinity—alkaline not something I am using in particular and sugar has not always been so common as a good group and it is not something we eat really at all, that’s why I was saying he does not have a”sweet tooth” . I do not find it difficult to eat no sugar, as I stated before as a home cook who is experimental J notice that many things are sweet by themselves without added sugar but K myself prefer savory and he is the same way.For Rossda or anyone else who is interested in healing and the “nocebo effect” (opposite of placebo) foisted upon us by the pharmaceutical industry at the mere mention of the word cancer or “terminal disease” , check out epigenetics and Dr Bruce Lipton, for example https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=KpNZoowANNU
 

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Hello and thank you. I just glanced at everything you were saying didn’t really read all the way through I am sorry because I saw it was about no sugar and alkalinity. Alkaline not a strategy I am using in particular and about no sugar—well it has not always been so common as a food group, that happened with the advent of colonization—and as stated before we don’t eat that way, we eat basically no sugar— the bars we had on hand because dark chocolate helps the diabetes (which he basically has reversed anyway) —but we don’t have a sweet tooth per se. As an experimental home cook i have learned that there are many sweet food combinations that do not contain sugar. We prefer savory, and also there are sugar substitutes if we really want a dessert, or honey which doesn’t have the same effect, so the no sugar thing is not an issue anymore, and it’s a poison toxin anyway (processed sugar- pure cane sugar even was not used on a daily basis before in healthy human indigenous groups)— even if you don’t have the “C” word. But thank you for your well wishes.For Rosada and anyone else who might be interested in how the immune system heals and about the “nocebo effect” (opposite of placebo) foisted upon us by the pharmaceutical industry at the mere mention of the “C” word and of any “terminal disease” , check out epigenetics and the work of Dr. Bruce Lipton , for example https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=KpNZoowANNU
 

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This is embarrassing—I pressed “cancel “ on the first post because K realized it had spelling errors and re wrote —I am more like an elephant than a giraffe on here, though certainly both take up a lot of space..sigh Also I apologize about the “one long paragraph “ thing I have not been able to ascertain why yet or apply a remedy for this , so it is hoped soon!
 

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More like elephant than giraffe? Laughing at self, lightly

This is embarrassing—I pressed “cancel “ on the first post because K realized it had spelling errors and re wrote —I am more like an elephant than a giraffe on here, though certainly both take up a lot of space..sigh Also I apologize about the “one long paragraph “ thing I have not been able to ascertain why yet or apply a remedy for this , so it is hoped soon!
 

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Going away now

😕crap getting message saying “wait 30 seconds to post” so I do then posts twice. I need some 22 please ! Thank you.
 

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This is embarrassing—I pressed “cancel “ on the first post because K realized it had spelling errors and re wrote —I am more like an elephant than a giraffe on here, though certainly both take up a lot of space..sigh Also I apologize about the “one long paragraph “ thing I have not been able to ascertain why yet or apply a remedy for this , so it is hoped soon!


:confused: at the beginning of the thread I told you why - I told you this is happening to most newcomers, they cannot post in paragraphs, and it is a forum issue. I wrote

"First your post is hell to read due to no paragraphing etc. Not your fault, it's a forum problem for some mainly newer people. If you have time you can help this be resolved by filling out this form

https://www.onlineclarity.co.uk/forum-issues/ "



So I don't understand why you are now saying you don't know why you have formatting/editing problems ? A lot of people are having the same problems and by filling out the form you make it possible perhaps for the technical bods to rectify it. You can't do very much about it yourself. You can try and may find a solution or two and if you do it also helps if you write your solution in on the form.


I thought you said you already did the form in which case I don't know why you are still saying you don't know why you have problems.
 

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Well I did fill out the form as per your instructions/suggestion—I was just letting others know but that was dumb because they could have been reading from the beginning if the thread so they would have seen that too. Obviously I have been a bit stressed-better now, we are making some headway with everything , it’s encouraging rather than not —Also when I filled out the form there was a note saying they might ask you to do some troubleshooting that is where I got the idea that there was something Invould do like try a different browser, etcSorry to repeat information and waste peoples time
 

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I see what you mean and you have no reason to apologise I was just puzzled. You aren't wasting anyone's time.
 

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