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November 29, 2017 at 7:03 am #97413
I was advised to look into the dirt cheap cancer protocol and as usual my brain is thinking wow yes and then oh my how do I formulate it into action, this time I dont want to be stumped and stop moving forward by that overwhelming response to what I am reading Can anyone help me create a plan of action please? I am not diagnosed with cancer, I am informed my pituitary tumour is most likely benign as over 98% of them are but, at the same time I have a family history of cancer, my sister died of tongue cancer 10 years ago. Understand if getting that involved in helping me is over the top in time needed but, decided dont ask dont get 😉 Thanks for letting me join, and posting
God bless you
xoxoxNovember 30, 2017 at 11:24 pm #97475
I have tried to reply but I keep getting an error message-
ERROR: Your reply cannot be created at this time.November 30, 2017 at 11:28 pm #97476
To get started I found I had to do it this way-
Choose 14 protocols from the DCP.
There are 3 that you have to include and make sure you choose only one from the highly alkaline list.
Once you have chosen the 14, read each and every one of the protocols and TAKE NOTES. Your notes should include 1. How to prepare and take/do the protocol. 2. What NOT to do or mix with the protocol.November 30, 2017 at 11:29 pm #97478
You will now have your own basic short worded instructional list. The next thing would be to write up a daily schedule of times you will be doing each protocol referring back to your instructional list. This will make sure that 1. You can actually fit the protocol in your daily life. 2. You are leaving the right time gaps between certain protocols or meal times.November 30, 2017 at 11:31 pm #97479
Buy what you need and get started. If your overwhelmed, start with 4 protocols and work your way up to the 14.
Alex DDecember 1, 2017 at 10:59 am #97500
thanks for replies, trying to find a way around my plan, am working on a base line of supplements that are affordable and hopefully sustainable, and taking the junk out of my diet
God bless you
xoxoxDecember 7, 2017 at 5:30 pm #97711
Hi, my name is Roie and I have been recently diagnosed with breast cancer and am opting for natural healing. I totally understand feeling overwhelmed and not knowing where to start. I recommend that you consider getting our body in the best shape possible first. This would mean juicing and eating as many organic vegetables as possible, eliminating processed foods, oils, junk foods, sodas, etc. I am doing a raw vegan diet and the results are amazing. I have never had more energy and have received the added benefit of dropping those unwanted pounds rather quickly.
I believe the body can heal itself but we need to give our bodies the tools it needs. Actually this would be a protocol, under improving your immune system and it cannot be stated enough.
Just take it one day at a time. Know that it is wonderful there is a community out here to help.
Hope this helps.December 8, 2017 at 3:09 am #97719
Sorry not replied until now, I have read your replies on email but, been so busy with appointments I have no had time to sit down and reply, I now have about 6 minutes before next commitment so thought I would pop in. Thank you so much for all your support and advice. I have now created a plan of action, a baseline, time schedule and what to take throughout the day, now I have to get myself into taking it religiously and not putting off with the easier to not faffed and carry it when out all day like today, or when day not set like I could be home by 3, or 9 today depending how court goes this morning so, decided to prepare as if out til 9 and make sure I am able to fit all supplements in, I have a bad habit of going one wont matter whether it is one biscuit, or missed dose, and clearly that is not true so, time for an overhaul in that thinking is my next challenge. Once I have done this for a week, I shall build up.
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