How to Starve Cancer: The Discovery of a Metabolic Cocktail that could Transform the Lives of Millions

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How to Starve Cancer: The Discovery of a Metabolic Cocktail that could Transform the Lives of Millions

How to Starve Cancer: The Discovery of a Metabolic Cocktail that could Transform the Lives of Millions

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In this truly ground-breaking book, Jane takes us through her remarkable, heart-breaking journey, and the medical discoveries she made on the way. I would greatly recommend this book to anyone who wants to better understand cancer as well as to anyone who wants to pursue multiple avenues of healing for either themselves or a loved one. Consequently I felt 'reborn' when 'It' was ALL OVER and I could just get on with my life; after all I (naively!

While I wouldn't try it for a relative immediately, I would hope that there is something meaningful in the material. A cancer diagnosis was terrifying enough, but what McLelland struggled with most was the fact that she would never be able to have her own biological children.all of which leaves me wondering, which diet do I now follow, one that's dairy rich and may reduce the risk of more broken bones in the future or one that's sans dairy and may therefore help slow the advance of recurrent PCa? In 1924 Otto Warburg was awarded the Nobel prize for discovering all cancer cells have altered metabolism! One of the arguments put forward is that commercial interests stop the developments of cheap and easy solutions to serious health issues has some merit (see below) but there is no substitute for scientific evidence. She later learned that statins also block the cell surface receptor Glut1, which is used by most cancers to access more glucose.

Her advice was based on the studies she made into the diet of people in countries with low incidence of breast and prostate cancer. McLelland discovered that there were numerous drugs on the market designed for other purposes (like heart disease or infections) that could go beyond diet and supplements to effectively cut off cancer’s various fuel lines.

As for the statins, I don’t think you’d have any problem convincing a gp to give them out for any reason.

But so much of what Jane has achieved here resonated with me from how my wife's cancer journey had gone, and she is now 2 years into remission after having received an initial dire prognosis.Of course, Jane McLelland's approach to cancer treatment is unproven, and it is so complex a regime that it would be difficult to prove in a randomised double-blind trial. According to McLelland, drugs like these are necessary because cancer cells rely on the same fuel the rest of your body requires to live. The only helpful advice I modestly give is about incontinence and ED issues which I experienced following my prostatectomy, even then I describe how I handled my incontinence (and deal with urine leakage even now after 12 years) and how we managed to re-establish our sex life. after the unspeakable mind-numbing disbelief I was quickly 'swallowed up' in the Cancer virtual 'reality' world with rounds of Clinic and hospital appointments.

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