Recommended by oncologists – the high ketogenic diet

There are many anecdotal cancer reversals with keto diet, but the most
impressing one involves a former world power lifting champion Dr. Fred
Hatfield. He is a doctor and has completed graduate studies in
kinesiology.

Hatfield has been diagnosed with aggressive
metastatic skeletal cancer. Few doctors gave the same prognosis – 3
months left to live. He was desperate and after a long research found
the ketogenic diet as a miracle.

Dr.
Dominic D’ Agostino, a metabolic researcher of the University of South
Florida discovered that cancerous mice that were on high fat
non-carbohydrate glucose diet had better recovery results that mice who
were on chemotherapy.

Doctor Fred Hatfield had nothing to lose
and took up the test. Consuming a fair amount of good meats, a lot of
good fats, avoiding sugars and all carbohydrates, trans-fatty acid
hydrogenated oils.

Good fats include: eggs, butter, flax seed,
avocado, pressed oils and once vilified coconut oil. Hatfield’s cancer
started reducing in a few months and his health started improving one
year later.

Dr. D’ Agostino received word from a dozen people
who used the ketogenic diet to successfully cure cancer. Cancer cells
ferment glucose to thrive because they are deprived of oxygen that
normal cells use for metabolism. Healthy fats deliver fatty acids which
convert to energy bestowing ketones when the cells are deprived of
glucose.

Normal cells convert ketones for energy. Cancer cells
cannot. Replacing glucose with ketones will starve cancer cells. No side
effects, just weight loss.

CNB health reporter Lorrie Johnson,
that covered the Hatfield story, finds out that it is fine to modify the
ketogenic diet after cancer is reversed. She uses another less strict
diet after curing her cancer. Introducing some complex carbs which are
not that easily converted to glucose seems okay without cancer.

Oncologist do not warn their patients, although the well-known fact –
cancer cells thrive on simple sugars. Instead, they are fed pastries, or
ice cream while undergoing chemotherapy.

All alternative cancer
therapies have the same foundation that exclude simple carbohydrates
and sugar that convert to glucose easily.

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