If you’ve ever wondered what role good nutrition plays in fighting cancer, you won’t have any more doubt once you read Natural Strategies for Cancer Patients.
Written by Dr. Russell Blaylock, MD., a physician with extensive knowledge of his topic. He explains the importance of the most powerful anti-cancer fighting weapon we know of – a patient’s own immune system.
In healthy people, a vigorous immune system will keep cancer cells from forming into a tumor. But if the natural immunity is weak, a malignancy may be diagnosed.
Natural Remedies for Cancer – Dr. Blaylock’s Book
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Dr. Blaylock’s Natural Strategies for Cancer Patients book gives cancer patients hope, because, with better nutrition, they can increase their immune response.
What Group of Cancer Patients are in the Greatest Danger?
Dr. Blaylock, a neurosurgeon who specializes in brain tumors, explains in the first chapter of his book that patients who passively comply with the treatment plan, and who don’t do their own research are in the greatest danger. That’s partly because most oncologists continue to recommend foods that will promote cancer. They also don’t inform patients about the crucial role of good nutrition.
Currently, there are common “myths” in mainstream oncology circles that put patients at great risk, according to Dr. Blaylock.
He points out that starving to death is actually how most cancer patients die. So, why aren’t they, instead, loaded up with nutrients, even if they have to be delivered via feeding tube? Dr. Blaylock says this is because it’s widely believed that the nutrients would feed the malignant cells, as well as the healthy ones. However, he notes there’s zero evidence to support this assumption.
Dr. Blaylock’s Book Natural Strategies for Cancer Patients
Also, chemotherapy patients are often advised to forego all dietary supplements, in the mistaken belief that anti-oxidants will interfere with chemotherapy, according to Dr. Blaylock. He, instead, has found evidence that certain supplements enhance the cancer-killing effects of chemotherapy.
The cancer patients he has treated, he explains, have taken supplements. Even if they undergo chemotherapy, and they tend to do very well.
Dr. Blaylock’s book may not sit well with many conventional oncologists. But I want my readers to know about it. Cancer is an epidemic in the United States and elsewhere. In my humble opinion, knowledge is power.
Natural Strategies for Cancer Patients Book
But What About Chemotherapy?
Dr. Blaylock’s book appears to be designed for cancer patients undergoing conventional treatments, as well as for those fighting their disease with nutrition and supplements. His opinion of chemotherapy is no secret, as Chapter 3 of his book is titled, Chemotherapy: Poisoning Cancer (and You).
However, in his online interviews, which appeared on YouTube, he doesn’t entirely rule these drugs out for certain types of cancer, such as leukemia and lymphoma. (You can see this interview below and I highly encourage you to watch it.)
Cancer Strategies by Russell Blaylock
Dr. Blaylock provides figures for his assertion that chemotherapy can be highly dangerous. About one-fifth of all patients on a high-dose regimen die as a direct result of the treatment itself, as shown in one study, he writes in the introduction. Is it possible many of these deaths could be prevented if the patient had received proper nutrition?
Citing one animal study, Dr. Blaylock pointed out that 30 percent of the animals being treated with a common chemotherapy drug died after it was administered. However, the death rate dropped to zero when they were given a vitamin supplement.
Dr. Blaylock makes it clear that what you eat seems to play a direct role in the likelihood of surviving a bout with cancer. (I personally believe he is one of our modern-day medical prophets.) You can see more of his books below.
Dr. Blaylock’s Natural Health BookDangers of Excitotoxins Book
Supplements for Chemotherapy Side Effects
Most cancer patients choose conventional therapy. In his book, Natural Strategies for Cancer Patients, Dr. Blaylock gives them information on how to fight their cancer, and the associated side effects, with good nutrition. The treatment itself, he explains, can lead to liver impairment, bone marrow suppression and a host of other problems. Then, there are the common and unpleasant side effects of nausea, vomiting and hair loss.
Supplements for Cancer Patients
All of this can be greatly reduced, if not eliminated, with good nutrition and well-chosen supplements. (However, he warns against trying to fortify a poor diet with supplements, something that’s bound to fail.) He also notes that eating the same foods you ate prior to being diagnosed is “to travel down the road to disaster.”
We’ve long known that fruits and vegetables are good for us, but Dr. Blaylock gives his readers a greater understanding of my people who eat a largely vegetable-based diet have a lower incidence of cancer. He recommends eating many servings per day of fresh fruits and vegetables, (Most alternative practitioners also recommend these come from organic sources.)
Although we are led to believe that modern medicine holds the key to winning the war on cancer, Dr. Blaylock’s book seems to argue otherwise: The best way to fight cancer is with a strong immune system, fortified with good nutrition.
In my humble opinion, we are blessed to be living in a age with so much information readily available. Here are two more excellent books by different authors that offer a new way of looking at cancer.
Outsmart Your Cancer BookCancer: Step Outside the Box
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I am not a doctor so this article is not intended as medical advice. It’s written for information and discussion purposes only. People with health concerns should discuss them with a medical professional. The author is not responsible for treatment decisions or their outcome.