"Create an environment in your body in which cancer cannot survive"
In our research we found cancer Dislikes:
Raw Bitter Apricot Seeds (Vit B-17)
Apple Cider Vinegar
Raw Vegetables/Plant Based Diet
Essential Oils (such as Frankincense)
Flax Oil & Cottage Cheese (Budwig Protocol)
Turkey Tail Mushrooms
When it came to my fathers routine he did several things on this list everyday. Every morning he would take an iodine and a turmeric supplement and eat a clove of garlic. To get the clove down he would mince it into eggs or a tablespoon of applesauce. Next, he would gather 15 apricot seeds in a ziploc bag to bring with him to work. He would eat a seed every 45 minutes being sure to chew it and hold it in his mouth for one minute before swallowing. I personally would recommend sloshing them down with some water. Now just a heads up, the seeds do have quite a harsh bitter taste so don't be expecting anything too pleasant. In regards to the seeds, when my dad had his full blown cancer his max were 20 a day. As his cancer disappeared he lowered this amount to around 5 a day. He has never stopped though, he still continues to take them. We feel that once they start the seeds and diet they should never completely stop. We have seen instances where people have stopped taking the seeds and really slacked off on the diet only to have their cancer come back shortly after. In several of those situations the cancer went away as soon as they got back on track.
For my dad's diet he made sure to not eat anything with process sugar, wheat, or dairy. He adopted a paleo diet in which he ate vegetables and organic grass-fed meats. This included fish, chicken, a little red meat and eggs. The veggies were mostly raw or lightly steamed for maximum nutritional benefit. Carrots, peas, beats, and any other high fructose vegetables were excluded mainly sticking with cruciferous vegetables. We found in our research the best vegetables to be broccoli, brussel sprouts, cauliflower, and asparagus. My dad also stayed away from fruit. In my research though, I found some people do include fruit in their diet and still have success. Please checkout Chrisbeatcancer.com and The Budwig Protocol. From what I gathered, one should mostly eat raw vegetables for atleast the first two weeks. After that the ideal scenario seems to be a paleo organic based diet. People often ask me when can they go back to eating 'normal' food. I usually tell them that once the cancer is gone if you choose to start eating small amounts of wheat, dairy, and sugar just keep in mind that it helps rebuild that environment in you which allows cancer to thrive. So just be smart about your food choices.
I honestly cannot say enough how much help my family got from the internet and how thankful I am for the information people have put out. These following links are to websites that supply great meal ideas for a healthy lifestyle and also one of many websites to purchase the raw bitter apricot seeds: