Rob Mooberry was given just a few weeks to live. His colorectal cancer had reached the critical stage 4 diagnoses, and he was in pain. That’s when I knew I needed to do anything to beat this cancer. I was really willing to try anything to save my life. That’s when I went hard-core raw, vegan, superfoods. He went vegan, took herbs, and even tried coffee enemas. At his next scan a few months later showed something that shocked everyone: His cancer had shrunk in size by nearly 80 percent. Today, Mooberry is celebrating his five-year anniversary of being cancer-free by starting his own cancer charity—the Mu Casa Moo Foundation —and talking about his experience with beating the disease with his diet. Whoever is thinking about adopting these practices should research, weigh, and evaluate if this is right for them. For decades, alternative medicine professionals and patients have heralded the power of plant-based diets.
More than 30 years ago, I performed and published the first study on the dietary treatment of breast cancer. Although it was a small study circulated by an obscure journal, this was an important beginning for the current medical thinking that a healthy diet should be fundamental therapy recommended by physicians for all cancer patients. Research at that time before the s had shown that overweight women with high levels of cholesterol, estrogen, and prolactin in their blood died sooner from their breast cancer than women with lower values. This study demonstrated that the McDougall Diet improves all of these prognostic factors without costs or side effects. The ultimate benefits are predicted to be a reduced risk for recurrence of the cancer and a longer life. The McDougall Diet is based on common starches, like beans, corn, potatoes, sweet potatoes, and rice with some green and yellow vegetables and fruits. No vegetable oils. No supplements. Breast Colon Prostate Skin: Melanoma. The McDougall Diet supports phenomenal recoveries in many ways. Independent of diet, physical activity exercise has also been shown to significantly improve survival of women with breast cancer. Sunshine is also vital for health and could cut the risk of dying from breast cancer in half.
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