Have you ever heard of Vitamin B-17? Well, until June 19, I hadn’t either! But what is this and what does this have to do with cancer?
According to The Truth About Cancer here are the facts when it comes to acceptable ways to fight cancer:
- Conventional cancer treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation cause considerable collateral damage – including initiating new, second cancers.
- The link between chemotherapy and radiation and the development of second cancers has been known for decades. Even the American Cancer Society acknowledges these treatments are carcinogens and that the risk is even higher when both therapies are given together.
- The most common cancers linked to chemotherapy drugs are AML (acute myelogenous leukemia) and MDS (myelodysplastic syndrome).
- Radiation therapy has been linked to the occurrence of solid tumors of the lung, stomach, and bone, and to various types of leukemia such as AML (acute myelogenous leukemia), CML (chronic myelogenous leukemia), and ALL (acute lymphoblastic leukemia).
- Sadly, many oncologists do not inform their patients that the treatments they prescribe could possibly lead to a second cancer.
So, how can you fight it?
A surprising article said that B-17 is effective at fighting cancer. I never learned about this in school. And, until I began to research this I had never heard of it! But where do you find it? According to Chris Beat Cancer you can find it easier than you might think. It can be found in apricot seeds. To get it, get an apricot (organic if possible) and eat it. But instead of throwing away the seed, take a hammer on a clean counter and break it open. Eat the kernel. 😊 According to Chris Beat Cancer “Apricot and peach kernels look and taste like an almond at first, but there’s a bitter surprise coming. Your senses are going to tell you there’s something wrong with it and you will be tempted to spit it out, but don’t do it! Truth be told, I don’t particularly like the taste, but I eat them anyway, and a part of me gets a little excited every time I taste this bitter natural cancer poison. The first time you eat one is weird, but over time you will get accustomed to the taste.” Alternative if you can’t get used to the taste: grind them in a nut & seed grinder and add them to smoothies, soups, salads, etc. I know you’re wondering: how much??? Well, the general rule of thumb is start with 1-2 kernels per 10lbs. of body weight per day. So, if you weigh 150 lbs. start with 15-30 kernels per day. But what other sources are available to get this?
Seeds! While apricot kernels are the best source of it, seeds including berries, grapes, strawberries, and raspberries are good sources. So are flax seeds, squash seeds, millet seeds and buckwheat seeds are found to contain B-17.
Nuts! Especially macadamia nuts, cashew nuts and bitter almonds.
Grains & Millets: Sorghum, buckwheat, barley and millet are also good resources of it.
Eucalyptus leaves! And spinach leaves have trace amounts of it.
Sprouts! Bamboo sprouts or bamboo shoots followed by sprouts of alfalfa, fava beans, and mung sprouts.
For other sources of B-17, I would suggest you look here: Foods Containing Vitamin B-17
To your health, Malissa
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