Bill Henderson Protocol
With most alternative cancer treatments the cancer diet (meaning the things a cancer patient can eat and should not eat) is designed to avoid feeding the cancer cells. Not with this protocol. With this protocol, the cancer diet is an active part of the treatment.
The purpose of the diet is to create a highly alkaline inner terrain in which microbes cannot thrive. Because the theory microbial involvement in cancer development is supported by a growing body of scientific evidence, the cancer diet is a component of establishing an unfavorable environment for disease progression.
The Henderson Protocol is not concerned about the sophisticated aspects of the Budwig Protocol because the base part, the flaxseed oil and cottage cheese, are theorized as sufficient to energize the very weak cancer cells. It uses other things than Johanna Budwig used to accomplish the other tasks the protocol needs to accomplish. His book has a wealth of information about the Budwig protocol.
There are several superb immune-building products in the protocol from which the patient can choose. Beta Glucan is suggested as a helpful supplementA product, generally taken orally, that contains one or more ingredients (such as vitamins or amino acids) that are intended to supplement one's diet and are not considered food. to support immune function.