Posted by ann
on December 19, 2000 at 18:02:26:
In Reply to: Profile of a Cancer Patient posted by Rita on June 23, 2000 at 22:43:54:
: In a study of new cancer patients at the Cancer Treatment Center of Oklahoma City. most patients smoked or had smoked, did not like to eat green vegetables, had below normal body temps, rarely excercised to a sweat, ate large proportions of refined flour products (bread, crackers, cookies, rolls) had a stressful event in their recent history, and last but not least, drank soda pop, colas, coffee, bottled juices, and very little water. In reply to you, I am a cancer patient and do not fit that profile. I had colon cancer in 95, had surgery and no chemo because there was no sign of metastisis. A few weeks ago I was diagnosed with liver cancer metasticized from the colon. I eats lots of vegetables, fruit, no red meat, take supplements, exercise 3 or more times a week do not smoke or drink. I did have alot of stress when I was first diagnozed with colon cancer. I seldom drink soda, I drink alot of water, distilled or purified. My mother did have colon cancer, however, after hers was removed from surgery, it never recurred.
: Its not the food in your life, its the life in your food!
: You can't change your health without changing your life.
: Its easier to stay well, than to get well!
: Anyone ever heard of wheatgrass? No, that's funny cause the AMA approved of it in 1939 as an accepted food. You might be surprised to find that it has more protein than eggs. It boosts your immune system, has vitamins, minerals, anti-oxidents, oxygen given off of it but hey, keep taking those drugs, chemo, radiation and surgery.