Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Reduce Cancer Diet

It has been a few years now since 3 people that 
I am close with were diagnosed with cancer in the 
same month.  I wanted to do all that I could to learn
about how to reduce the risk of cancer and help them 
beat cancer with nutrition.  My research led me to find a 
nutritionist named Pamela McDougle who uses the Kelley
Method to help many people get rid of tumors.  This 
information has been great for me to know but I would 
like to share it with all of you who may be interested.
Below are the dietary guidelines that she includes in her 
protocol.  There are also lifestyle changes and supplement 
recommendations that are extremely important especially if 
you are battling cancer.  This diet can help people without 
cancer. It is a great way to stay healthy and decrease your 
risk of getting this horrible disease.  If you have any 
questions or would like further information about the 
supplements and lifestyle modifications please feel free to 
contact me by email at or call our 
office at 561.313.9117. 
General diet guidelines

Vegetables: eat as many servings of that vegetables as you 
would like. There are no limits. Eat as much raw as possible.
Asparagus, avocado, artichoke, beets, broccoli, brussels 
sprouts, cabbage, carrots, Cauliflower, celery, collards, 
cucumbers, dark leafy lettuce, eggplant, escarole, garlic, 
kale, green and red peppers, leeks, onions, parsley, parsnips, 
radishes, rutabagas, sweet potatoes, spinach, sprouts, 
squash(all), turnips, tomatoes, yams.

Raw unpasteurized sauerkraut: Eat 1 tablespoon daily.
It may be ordered at gold mine 1–800-475–3663. 
Store-bought is heated and does not have the enzymes 
or lactic acid.

Nuts: almonds, Brazil nuts, filberts, pecans and walnuts.
Eat nuts raw, un-roasted without salt or sugar.
Please continue to eat 10 almonds at breakfast and at lunch.
(Note: two or 3 tablespoons of almond butter may be 
substituted for the almonds as long as the butter is raw.)

Soaking nuts and seeds in filtered water on the counter for
4 to 12 hours will release enzyme inhibitors and make them 
more digestible. Smaller seeds take four hours while larger 
seeds and nuts, such as almonds, require 12 hours. Note: 
drain and then re-immerse the seeds and nuts with clean water
once during the soaking process. Soak guidelines: almonds 
for 12 hours sunflower seeds for six hours in filtered water.

Seeds: sesame, sunflower and pumpkin seeds.
If you like seasoned snacks you can drain your soaked nuts 
and seeds, season, and dry using food dehydrator with the 
thermostat set no higher than 110°.

Sprouts: you may add any sprouts to your salad.
Sprouting: you may sprout beans, grains, nuts or seeds. 
Sprouting increases the nutritional content and makes them 
more easily absorbed. Purchase good organic seeds. Many good 
books on sprouting can be found at your health food store. A 
good one is by Ann Wigmore & Rodales "Basic Natural Foods 
Cookbook" is also a good choice. OHI has a catalog on 
purchasing organic seeds or the Herb and Spice Collection 
also has a catalog call 1–800–365–4372.

Beans: you may eat sprouted beans and cooked beans 2 to 3 
times per week.  Black beans, chickpeas, green beans, 
kidney beans, lentils, lima and pinto beans. Avoid soybeans, 
they have enzyme inhibitors. Also, avoid peanuts which 
harbor a mold that is carcinogenic.

Dr. Kelly always included the following tasty cooked bean 
recipe.  2 cups of any type of dried washed beans in a pot 
or covered ovenproof dish.  Add 5 cups of pure clean water, 
five garlic cloves, 2 tablespoons of organic olive oil, 
1 teaspoon of sea salt and 1/8 teaspoon of cayenne pepper.
1 or 2 tablespoons of molasses maybe added.
Cover the pot, place in your oven at 200° overnight 
(up to 15 hours).

Bread: you may have one slice of sprouted Ezekiel bread or 
one slice of sprouted manna bread daily. These may be found 
in the freezer section of your health food store.  You must 
avoid all refined grain products such as white flour and 
white rice.

Kelly's 14 grain cereal: should be eaten for the first 
six months of your program:
Prepare 3 to 4 tablespoons of the 14 grain make sure 
it follows:  The 14 grains are equal parts: wheatberries, 
buckwheat, barley, rye, oats, oat groats, millet, 
sesame seeds, brown rice, flaxseed, corn, alfalfa seeds, 
lentils, mung beans, almonds. Store the 14 grain mixture 
in a cool dry place.  Prepare 3 to 4 tablespoons of the 
14 grains mixture as follows: 
In the evening grind in seed grinder and place in a bowl 
and add apple juice or water.  Let soak overnight in the 
refrigerator.  In the morning you can add blueberries, 
organic vanilla and Stevia and eat it without cooking. 
Please eat this daily for the first six months of your 
program. It is full of nutrients and needed proteins and 
minerals.  Do not eat the 14 grain cereal if you're sensitive 
to grains or gluten intolerance. 
Dairy products: organic butter is acceptable and small 
amounts. Plain organic goat yogurt is okay two times weekly. 
The yogurt should have active cultures and not contain any 
sugar added chemicals. You maybe use berries and a small 
amount of organic vanilla and/or stevia with the yogurt.
Eggs: you may eat 1 to 2 organic eggs daily (if possible
 fertile). The eggs are to be soft-boiled or poached. 
You may eat the eggs with your 14 grain cereal if desired.
If you have estrogen positive cancer (breast or prostate) 
exclude eggs from your diet. 
Fish: you may eat salmon 2 to 3 times weekly. I recommend 
you only eat salmon that has been tested and free of heavy 
metals. You can purchase this fish from vital choice 
at 1-800-608-4825. 
Liver: liver is one of the most important mainstays of this 
nutritional program. Each day blend 3 - 6 tablespoons with 
your glass of green drink or with freshly made tomato juice. 
You may cut up the liver into tablespoon sized pieces and 
freeze. You can purchase frozen organic liver from your 
health food store. If you can't tolerate the raw liver you 
can substitute it with cytozyme-lv as follows: Three tablets 
with breakfast and three with dinner.This is a very 
important part of the program! 
Beverages: you may have herbal teas. 

Water: drink at least 6 to 8 glasses of pure water a day.
Do not drink water with your meals. 
Oils: olive oil or flaxseed oil in small quantities 
(1-2 tablespoons daily). Great when used and salad 
dressings. A small amount of coconut oil is also 

Seasonings: you may use natural mineral or unrefined sea 
salt and non-irradiated herbs and spices.  Make sure to use
organic seasonings were possible. 

Poultry: I do not recommend poultry right away on this diet. 
There are microbes that some research is linked to cancer. 

Red meat: beef, lamb and pork are not allowed. 

Sweetener: a few drops of stevia is permissible.* 
Fruit: all organic berries are permissible as are frozen 
organic berries. Organic berries are an excellent choice. 

Juices: 2 to 4 glasses of fresh organic juice daily.
Juices may include carrot*, wheatgrass, celery, apple and 
all green leafy vegetables; beet tops, carrot tops, collards, 
escarole, kale, dark lettuce, parsley, spinach and swiss 
The best juicer for the price is the Omega 8005 which costs 
approximately $259. You can order it by emailing health best 
products at
Anyone with Candida or yeast overgrowth should eliminate 
carrot juice, all sweetners and fruit. 
Eat as much fresh organic product as possible: Eat as 
much raw as you want or lightly steam your vegetables. 
Canned or processed foods: no canned or processed foods. 
Water: never drink or use chlorinated or Fluoridated water. 
Use only clean filtered water. Use filtered water for
cooking, drinking and coffee enemas. 
Other products: Avoid fluoride toothpaste. Buy and use 
natural hair products. Do not use hair dyes, with the 
exception of naturcolor made by Herbaceuticals. Purchase 
small plastic pouches and presort a one-month supply of your 
supplements in advance for convenient dispensing. 

Cookbooks: purchase either or both of these cookbooks:
"Eat well and live" by Gwynn Palmer from Health Best Product. 
The recipes are specific to this nutritional program. And/or 
"The Whole life nutritional cookbook" by Alissa Segersten.

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