The "Budwig Protocol" for Cancer Patients
This now-famous anti-cancer protocol is also extremely beneficial for other degenerative diseases, such as heart disease and diabetes. It is one of the most economical and simple lifestyle additions you can make to your diet. If you have cancer right now, we consider this a "must-do" for healing. Sandra Olson explains in this eight and a half minute video . . .
In 1952, Dr. Budwig wrote in a paper entitled
On Fat Biology V. Paper Chromatography of Blood Lipoids, the Tumour Problem and Fat Research: "It is basically proven that highly unsaturated fatty acids are the heretofore undiscovered decisive factor in respiratory enzyme function”, i.e. constitute the second part of the “equation” that nobelist Otto Warburg* had been unable to find. What sounds insignificant to the layman’s ears, is arguably one of the greatest breakthroughs in medicinal science: from that moment onward we have known that the highly unsaturated fatty acid is the decisive factor achieving the desired effect of cellular respiratory stimulation. Working in conjunction with sulfurated amino acids (protein), the highly unsaturated fatty acid plays a part, even the critical part, in the ”bridging” taking place between fats and protein, in the absorption AND utilization of oxygen, in all growth processes, in the formation of blood and in many other processes. Working from this theory, Dr. Budwig was able to help a great many cancer patients with the scientific oil-protein diet of flaxoil plus cottage cheese she designed (the “Budwig diet”), which allows cancer cells to start ”breathing” again. A few physicians followed in her footsteps, such as Dr. Dan C. Roehm from Florida or Dr. Robert E. Willner (Miami).
This protocol was used by Dr. Budwig from the 1950s through 2002 in helping cancer patients to heal. She was nominated seven times for a Nobel Prize!
Follow a Yahoo Group on the Budwig diet and protocol here: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/FlaxSeedOil2/
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