An amazing story….

6 01 2023

I’ve been on my new ketogenic adventure for about a month now. I feel the best I’ve felt in years, even starting to ride my bike into town to get some shopping done. Yesterday I had my first 24 hour fast and a ride into Geeveston. I thought I’d feel hungry after that, but no…. In fact the most interesting part of the exercise is that lack of hunger. Saturated fat power obviously goes a lot further than glucose!

Almost every other day I’m told by vegan types that red meat causes cancer. That study has BTW been debunked, the data it came up with is not showing any statistical results to support its conclusions.

Then along comes this extraordinary story of this Frenchman literally curing himself of stage three colon cancer with fasting and……. rib eye fillet! It’s more complicated than that, but honestly, you need to watch this all the way to the end.



3 responses

6 01 2023

I don’t think it’s red meat that causes cancer as such, it’s all the crap we put into the animals that causes the risk of cancer. Along with all the crap we put in and on other foods, vegan or not. And all the crap we and the animals breathe in and drink in (micro plastics, forever chemicals).
Shit in = shit out isn’t a peer reviewed scientific process as such, but it is common sense.

They’ve been openly admitting on radio adverts here in UK recently that we have 50% chance of getting cancer. Whilst you’re less likely to die from it than used to be the case, that rate of “infection” from any other disease would trigger a worldwide action plan. Except it wouldn’t, because to stop people getting cancer you’d have to stop global industrial civilisation completely, and there’s no profit in that for those in charge of the policy levers.

Glad your new dietary regime is working well for you. Feeling healthy in an unhealthy planet seems a bonus these days. All I’ve done is triple my vitamin D3 in the last few months, and never felt better, and quite significantly, moods have stabilised. If I’ve had covid, I’ve not noticed.

I think readers should bare in mind, there are all sorts of success stories out there for this and that diet, and they probably all work for random individuals; given that we are all different, have differing levels of toxic inputs depending on where you live, different gut biomes, different food tastes, and so on.

Happy new year everyone 🙂

7 01 2023

Amazing story! It took a lot of courage and focus from this bloke. Good to know about the fasting regime before and after chemotherapy to help alleviate side effects, for those who opt for this intervention – which would be the majority of people.

7 01 2023

The only, “crap” cattle are fed is grain, which increases the omega6 fatty acid content of the meat. It’s an inflammatory problem which causes many issues (like my urinary infections) but it’s not carcinogenic as far as I know.

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