Cancer Tutor Forum Primary Natural Cancer Treatments Dirt Cheap Protocol are any of the things in the dirt cheep protocol OK for breast cancer Estrbesed?

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    Can a person with breast cancer choose any 14 things from the dirt cheap protocol?


    Hi Jennifer. I, too, have breast cancer, and have found the information and support on Cancer Tutor to be invaluable.
    If you review the Dirt Cheap Protocol, you will note it is broken down into sections, and I believe there are MUST DO sections and then sections that you pick and choose what works best for you.
    Personally I am following the Budwig Protocol and super charging it with the Stockholm Protocol.
    For additional therapies I am:
    juicing carrot, celery, beet, ginger juice daily minimum 32 ounces
    walking and getting sunshine minimum 60 minutes daily – broken into a morning and afternoon segment
    cancer diet for high synergy daily salad – loaded with as many veggies as I can fit in
    I am adding fresh fruit to my Budwig twice daily

    There is a 15 step plan with the Budwig that has been highly successful for many with cancer. It is highly regimented and I have been following for 6 weeks now. Once you get used to it, it is really not a big deal and just becomes part of your routine.

    All I can say about the Budwig and the Stockholm protocols are that I have lost weight, have a tremendous amount of energy and really never felt better in my 67 years.

    The important thing is not to be overwhelmed and just to take it one day at a time.
    There is no ONE cure or fixall which will fit everyone. The important thing is to make your body lean and strong and repair your immune system so it can fight. This means changing your lifestyle radically – you truly are what you eat!

    Hope this helps.

    To your health, Roie



    Hi Roie,
    I take care of my sister and mother. I read your post the other day and my sister has breast cancer with a tumor very close to the skin like you have. She She was a big junk food eater, but has given it all up. Our family has always believed in alternative treatments. I have been practically living at the health food stores getting things for my sister. I also gout Chris Works square one program for her. I also ordered Beta Glucan Transfer Point. I've seen the videos showing what it does to cancer, and its amazing!! I have a lot to write, so I'll post more in a little while. I am glad to hear that you feel so good and have good energy! Thanks, Jenny


    Hello Jennifer. Thank you for sharing your sister's story…I am certainly interested in her journey, as it seems it would be similar to mine. I am currently looking into what complementary protocols would go along with the Budwig and the Stockholm. I think the glucans is probably a good one – I will look for a link so I can see the video on how it works. Any time you have the time to post additional information, I certainly welcome your sharing your knowledge. Thanks so much.
    To your health, Roie

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