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Stop Feeding Your Cancer: One Doctor's Journey

by John Kelly

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Interesting theory, something that needs more research, but obscured by life stories.

I'm beginning to think that there is an ideal diet for different people and that everyone is subtly different. A high carbohydrate diet leaves me feeling off, while for another person they would thrive. Low protein makes me eat more. I think we need to stop messing around with people and start actually making diets that are healthful and joyful.

Having encountered the China Study John Kelly suggests it to some of his patients and they have very successful results, but because it isn't really controlled studies specialists dismiss it. It's a complex subject and fraught with problems and issues and does need further well-done research.

Something to consider if you have or have had cancer, it might work for you, this is just the China Study simplified. Food for thought, pun completely intended. ( )
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The author investigates the realities of taking an alternative approach to cancer treatment in a trial conducted with his own patients. He purports that the disease can be counteracted by promoting an animal-protein free diet.

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