Today’s video is a 70 minute video regarding keto for cancer.
Here are my notes:
- autophagy seems to happen at about 72 hours of fasting
Dr. winters relays her story about going from ER to ER, doctor to doctor without diagnoses
- at the age of 19 she had severe bloating and pain and finally went in for an MRI
- turns out she had stage 4 ovarian cancer and battled against this and battled back
- something is going on. we are seeing ovarian cancer at younger ages today
- she discovered Gerson therapy diet for cancer and Otto Warburg’s and continued
in 1996 Dr Winters went to Medical school
- She tried various healing techniques like acupuncture an fasting
- google ace score
A Chinese medical practitioner looked at her tongue and told her, “You have to eat some animal food.”
Issue with eating every two to three hours When we eat that often, we don’t give ourselves the bowel rest we need so that everything can clear up and evacuate. You have to give that window of autophagy to take out the garbage. Somewhere between 12 to 72 hours (depending on the person and situation), that’s what it’ll take to get some autophagy. If you fast 13 hours a day and you are eating clean and relatively low carb, you will shift into some moderate autophagy. Bring in some intermittent fasting.
Sugar drives the viral process. Melanoma is not a skin cancer. It is a systemic cancer. Skin tags are blood sugars.
Dr. Nasha encourages everyone to run at least annually a complete metabolic panel (CMP), complete blood count (CBC), neutrophil-lymphocyte ratio (NLR), and Lactic Acid Dehydrogenase (LDH) Test.
The name “BRCA” is an abbreviation for “BReast CAncer gene.” BRCA1 and BRCA2 are two different genes that have been found to impact a person’s chances of developing breast cancer.
- anger is the will to become
- test, assess, address
Let’s figure it out! The Fasting Motivation podcast is not medical advice.
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