My Prostate Cancer Fighting Regimen

Now that I am taking Kakadu Juice I thought it prudent to record my present regimen before changes are made as a result.

I start the day between 0500 hrs to 0600hrs, depending on how the day breaks through my bedroom window, with 30mls of Rochway Papaya 35 concentrate and 30mls of natural pineapple juice. This anti-cancer blend needs to be taken 30 minutes before a meal.

This is followed with a 2 km walk, at a fast pace, usually along the sea front.

On my return I prepare breakfast, consisting of either Weet-bix or Muesli, to which I add 2 table-spoonfuls of 3 – 6 – 9 organic oil blends. I put this on early so as to let it soak well in. I then take a table-spoon of Organic Quinoa grain and grind it into a powder form using a pestle and mortar. I do likewise with 10 Apricot Kernels (vitamin B17) which I then add to the cereal, together with a table-spoonful of Linseed, Sunflower & Almond.

The theory here is that the Papaya concentrate will kill cancer cells but needs the pineapple juice to first remove the protective coating on each cell. This action will
enable both the Quinoa and the Apricot Kernels to also effectively attack the cells.

After the cereal, I have two pieces of toasted brown bread with Red Raspberry jam together with either Lemon Grass tea or Green tea. (six in a day at least. Both are noted for their anti-cancer properties as well as other health giving attributes, as is Raspberry).

About two hours later I take 30mls of the Kakadu Juice.

Mid-morning, my darling wife will juice a mix of raw vegetables for me.

Lunch is timed for the mid-day news on the ABC.

One half hour before lunch I will mix a glass of water with Wheatgrass powder to which I will add 10mls of Selenium Colloid and 10mls of Colloidal Minerals.

Lunch itself will invariably consist of seafood and salad or sandwiches. But always a light lunch. With it I take a Lactobacillus Acidophilus tablet and my herbal formula capsules (with 2000mg Pygeum) to help with my prostate problems.

A half-hour nap is sometimes called for and not without reason seeing as how I start my day so early.

Mid-afternoon, I will have a glass of juiced, fresh fruits.

Around 1700 hrs I will have another glass of Wheatgrass but without the Selenium and Minerals.

Dinner is usually at 1800 hrs. This usually creates the biggest head-ache for my wife, trying to provide nutritious, healthy meals without resorting to regular, run of the mill and often unhealthy, types of food. Whilst I don’t like a heavy meal it nevertheless must be reasonably substantial.

When one considers the things that I don’t eat it makes the difficulties more apparent. I do not eat any dairy foods at all or any food item containing dairy food. Similarly, I do not eat red meats and most definitely not processed meats of any kind. I’ll have chicken in moderation and, where possible, local fish and other seafood.

One positive note is that I will go to the ends of the earth for a good chicken curry and, being born in Asia, my wife makes absolutely superb curries as well as other Asian delights. I could easily live on curry which in itself could be a good thing as some of the ingredients, especially cumin seeds and turmeric, have known ant-cancer properties.

To ensure a restful night I take a light super at 2030 hrs, usually tea and Raspberry jam toast.

During the day I try to consume two to three litre’s of filtered water. I also drink two glasses of the papaya tree tea preparation my wife makes up for me, made from boiling the leaves and stems of trees growing locally. I have planted 6 papaya trees in my garden, one of which has grown waist high in the 2 months or so since planting.

As I mentioned previously, I hope to be able to a bit of a re-jig on all of this once I know for sure how I react to the Kakadu Juice and the actual benefits become more evident, as I am sure they will. From what I read and hear about this ‘super-fruit’ formula it will undoubtedly have health benefits previously unheard of in a single product.

Today’s Quote:

“I look upon cancer in the same way that I look upon heart disease, arthritis, high blood pressure, or even obesity, for that matter, in that by dramatically strengthening the body’s immune system through diet, nutritional supplements, and exercise, the body can rid itself of the cancer, just as it does in other degenerative diseases. Consequently, I wouldn’t have chemotherapy and radiation because I’m not interested in therapies that cripple the immune system, and, in my opinion, virtually ensure failure for the majority of cancer patients.”
Dr Julian Whitaker, M.D.

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