I Need To Rant

I haven’t posted in awhile. Basically, because I didn’t really know what to talk about. But something happened yesterday that changed that.

I am on Facebook. Admittedly more than I should be. But most of the time I am trying to share information with people to help them improve their health. I recently joined a private group where people were looking for help with health issues. I am always eager to share the knowledge that I have or look things up for people if they don’t know what to look for.

Yesterday someone was asking for help with prostate cancer because his numbers had gone up after initially seeing some improvement. I suggested that he cut out all forms of sugar because sugar is cancer’s only food source. Remove the food and starve the cancer. I also recommended trying a ketogenic diet and included a link to a medical site about it and how It helps fight cancer. Someone else chimed in after me basically saying that I was wrong because he and someone else he knew cured their cancer and ate fruit. He was not nice about it.

While I am not claiming to know the answer to everything, I do know that sugar does feed cancer. Take the PET scan for example. When you are having it done, they inject you with a small amount of a radioactive substance. This substance is actually sugar that has been treated. The scan shows where the cancer has readily taken up the sugar. Doctors know this and yet they do very little to help their patients with any nutritional advice.

While this person and his friend may have benefitted from eating lots of fruit, it certainly won’t work for everyone. Every individual is different. What works for one won’t work for others. There is no cure all; no cookie cutter treatment for anything.

I am simply here to share what I know to try and help people as much as I can. You can disagree with me, that’s fine. But don’t berate me for having a difference of opinion, especially when multiple studies actually back up my opinion.

I’m sorry for the rant today but it got to me. Have a wonderful day and weekend everyone. Stay healthy!

Kristi Falk

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