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RE: Fasting as an anti-cancer strategy

What about substituting flax seed oil, or coconut oil, or...?

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RE: Fasting as an anti-cancer strategy

This egg fast sounds interesting for people wanting to get into ketosis without the extreme discomfort that can come from total fasting (i.e. Water on...

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RE: Fasting as an anti-cancer strategy

Hmmmm...thanks. Worth some thought. I would be worried, though, that you can't be sure that what you get that is labelled "olive oil" is even truly ...

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RE: Fasting as an anti-cancer strategy

Unless I missed it, the abbr. "MCT" appeared nowhere. How do you know that's the stuff, and what would be the dosage. TIA....

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RE: Fasting as an anti-cancer strategy

Thanks. Sad that this forum is so dead compared, for example, to "HealthUnlocked.com" where all those much more numerous desperate souls all sit arou...

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RE: Fasting as an anti-cancer strategy

@j I've used fenbendazole, but stopped because it was shooting my liver enzymes up, zinc, vitamn D ( as much as 100k IUs per day,) lugols 2% iodine 15...

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RE: A man using Fenbendazole and Artemisinin to treat his prostate cancer, next to hormonal- and chemo-therapy

I tried Fenben for my 9-Gleason, 16-22 PSA PCa, 5 days on 2 days off, for two and a half weeks, but quit when it shot my liver enzymes way up. I...

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RE: Fasting as an anti-cancer strategy

@martin1ca Hard to find a source without a precription and can be super expensive. Also hard to get proper dosing instruction.

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RE: Fasting as an anti-cancer strategy

I took my GKI on Sunday after getting the Novamax Plus kit that measures both glucose and ketones, and was distressed to learn, despite three+ months ...

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