If you have cancer and would like to use a nutritional approach, either instead of or in tandem with conventional approaches:
Don’t embark on this form of treatment unless you firmly believe that it will work for you. Any form of treatment conventional or alternative works best in people who believe in it.Find a doctor who is highly experienced and successful in using dietary manipulation and supplements in cancer treatment, alone or in combination with other approaches. Find out the survival rate of his patients.
Stop smoking and drinking alcohol and caffeine.
Eat food and drink water which is as pure and chemically unadulterated as possible. Eat whole foods, especially whole grains, beans and pulses, vegetables and fruits. Eat white meat only (fish, chicken, turkey).
Use the highest quality unprocessed cold pressed oils such as extra virgin olive oil for frying, and safflower and sunflower for salads. Don’t fry foods. Avoid margarine; only use a little butter if you must.
Take high doses of nutritional supplements as prescribed for your individual requirements.
Suggested general guidelines:
Vitamin A 10,000 IU, Beta Carotene 25,000 IU, Vitamin B complex 50-100 mg, Vitamin C 3-10 g, Vitamin E 600-800 mcg, Selenium 100-200 mcg, Essential Fatty Acids (Omega-3) 1-2 Fish Oil or linseed capsules or one tbs of linseed oil per day.