Cancer is a metabolic disease, not a generic disease

Dr T. Seyfried’s book “cancer as a metabolic disease” he concludes : no real progress has been made in cancer for more than 40 years.  The number of people dying each year and each day has changed little.

You can affect your metabolism by food, with the ketogenic diet.

Cancer cells depend largely on glucose and glutamine metobolism for survival, growth and proliferation.  When cancer cells do not have glucose to nourish them, they die.

Protection of mitochrondria from oxidative damage will prevent or reduce risk of cancer.  Antioxidants prevent cancer.  Lifestyle changes will be needed to manage and prevent cancer.



More sugar in your diet, the faster the cancer grows. The ketogenic diet keeps blood sugar and insulin low by reducing carbs to 5% of total calories.  Also protein is at a moderate level. If insulin is low, cancer cells are more easily killed with chemo and radiation.

The growth of tumor cells can be inhibited by ketone bodies.

When someone says I have cancer, then I must change my lifestyle and diet.

The majority of prostate cancer will never progress to a clinically meaningful stage if left undiagnosed and untreated during a man’s lifetime.

High grade prostatic intraepithelial neoplasia – high grade means you have an abnormal cellular pattern. “these are now considered benign and should never be termed carcinomas”

Non invasive breast cancer – in a 25 year long study: international journal of cancer, 80% of early stage breast cancer do not progress to more concerning form even after 20 years.

Premalignant conditions (ductal carcinoma in situ) should not be labeled as cancers or neoplasia, nor should the word cancer be in the name. Journal of the American Medical Association JAMA

Tumors were detected on screening that would never have lead to clinical symptoms, in 1.3 million US women over the past 30 years.

“We believe that many invasive breast cancers detected by repeated mammography screening DO NOT persist to be detected by screening at the end of 6 years.  New England Journal of Medicine.

Cancer is systemic. Not a local disease. Need to strengthen the immune system.

In a survey to oncologist – 88% said they would not give chemo or radiation to themselves or a family member.

Chemo and radiation can cause secondary cancers because it is a poison to the body.

If an oncologist wanted to discuss other alternative or natural means of curing your cancer, they would be investigated by the medical board and maybe prosecuted in some cases” Dr. Irvin SAHNI

Only 2-3% of chemo are effective.

“the American Cancer Society is more interested in accumulating wealth than saving lives” Chronicles of Philanthropy

“everyone should know that most cancer research is largely a fraud” Dr. Linus Pauling

“From the 1920 to the present time, we have made little progress in the treatment of adult cancer.  So, a person who gets prostate cancer or breast cancer today will live as long as a person who got it in 1920.” C. Simone MD

“Why are people terrified when they hear the word cancer?  Because they know it {conventional cancer treatment} doesn’t work” Dr. J Whitaker

Proven Cancer therapies:

Gersen, Vitamin B17, eliminate toxins, Dr. T. Simoncini, Dr. Day, Avoid Pharmaceuticals, Infrared sauna, Detoxing, Ozone, Vitamin C IV’s, Hydrogen Peroxide, Healthy mindset exercises, Breathing exercises, Grounding, Marijuana.

We do not treat the tumor (lung, skin, breast, prostate) we strengthened the immune system.

Ask your oncologist “how do I strengthen my immune system?”  “Does a pill that cost $3500.00 strengthen my immune system?”  Does this doctor get a kickback for prescribing this pill?

The traditional view of cancer

For a long time, cancer has been viewed as a genetic disease. Somatic mutation theory holds that when DNA in the cell nucleus is replicated over many cell divisions, its prone to random mutations.

But if cancer is a genetic disease, why do cancer rates continue to climb higher every year?

Moreover, traditional cultures are virtually free of cancer.

We share most our genes with our hunter-gatherer ancestors and virtually all of our genes with our grandparents and great-grandparents, yet it seems that cancer becomes more prevalent with each successive generation and afflicts more and more young people.

ways to support mitochondrial health to help treat (or prevent) cancer

  1. Cut the sugar and processed foods
  2. Taking it the extra step: ketosis and intermittent fasting

Our body demands a steady supply of fuel to our brain. If we stop eating, our body will start to mobilize fatty acids from adipose tissue for fuel. Most of these fatty acids can’t easily cross the blood-brain barrier, so instead they undergo a process in the liver that converts them to ketones. Ketones are small molecules that can easily pass into the brain and act as a particularly efficient fuel for mitochondria. Like fats, ketones require oxygen for their metabolism. Therefore, cancer cells cannot effectively utilize ketones.  So the cancer cells die.

A 24 to 48 hour fast will typically kick the body into ketosis, but there’s another option: a ketogenic diet. A ketogenic diet is high in fat, very low in carbohydrates, and moderate in protein, so it mimics the metabolic physiology of fasting. In addition to mobilizing body fat, dietary fat will also be used to form ketones. Ketosis is a fantastic adjuvant therapy (combination therapy) for those undergoing chemotherapy and radiation.

3) Get carcinogens out of your life
4) Exercise
5) Optimize sleep and circadian rhythms
6) Mind-body therapies
7) Supplemental support