I have noticed that some of you are coming upon my blog using searches like, “cancer raw food diet.” I wanted to give you a little more to go off of than just my entry based on Otto Warburg’s discoveries.
Please, if you or someone you know has been diagnosed with cancer, any stage, watch Food Matters. It will give you an introduction to the idea of vitamin therapy. Linus Pauling is a name you’ll want to research, as he showed that high doses of Vitamin C kill cancer cells without causing the harmful side effects of surgery, chemo and/or radiation. Keep an open mind and think critically, remembering that most medical schools do not require separate classes in nutrition, and that the average doctor has minimal nutritional training, if any. Also remember that good health makes a lot of sense, but it doesn’t make a lot of dollars.
If you haven’t already, read about The Gerson Method. Hippocrates said, Let thy food be thy medicine, and let thy medicine be thy food. He also recommend, Primum non nocere, or, First, do no harm. This is precisely the approach the Gerson Institute takes, and the one which all of our doctors should observe. Use nutrition to help your body heal itself first. You can read successful case studies here. Most countries have deemed it illegal to treat cancer using methods other than surgery, chemotherapy, and/or radiation. I wonder why that might be?
If you are aware of more resources for those looking for alternative cancer therapies, please post links in the comment section.
On a lighter note, raw vegan banana “ice cream” was a success! I started basic, but will be making it a little more complex next time. I can’t express how tasty this was. First, I sliced my bananas into quarters and froze them in a heavy ziplock. Make sure to use very ripe (freckled, brown) fruit, and don’t forget to remove the peels!
I think you should at least freeze these babies overnight. I used a food processor for the next step, which was just processing them to a fluffy consistency. I was surprised that while it sort of looked like mashed potatoes at first, when I used a scoop, it held together like a thick, delicious ice cream:
Third, enjoy :]
This was a super basic, easy rendition; the first time I’ve ever attempted anything like it. Next time, maybe some raw cacao nibs, like mint n’ chip style! And the date/”caramel” sauce! SOON I will have a Vitamix, which will make experimentation a lot easier. My amazing cousin Andrew, who will one day contribute some of his expertise on juicing, etc., to the blog, also tried making some today and said it was delicious, even though he forgot to peel the bananas before freezing. He tried experimenting with sunflower seed butter and vanilla. You will love it too, and it was so easy. Try experimenting with other frozen fruit! I’m thinking strawberries… Enjoy!