“Now why is nutrition so important? Because most cancer patients don’t die from their tumors. They die of malnutrition, toxemia, and or opportunistic infections. Proper nutrition can address all three of these issues. That is why we need to be dealing with cancer in our kitchens.
Tens of thousands of research articles have been published in hundreds of biomedical journals worldwide documenting the scientific relationships between diet and cancer survival — not just prevention, but actual survival. And my experience counseling thousands of cancer patients proves this is true. I have personally seen many 4th stage advanced terminal cancer patients — patients given months, weeks, and in a few cases days to live — who fully recovered with dietary programs.”