More than a decade ago, scientists at UCLA conducted a simple experiment.
They put cancer cells in a petri dish, and then dropped serum from different people to see if the serum could kill the cancer cells in the petri dish.
When the serum of a person who regularly ate meat, and did not exercise was dropped into a petri dish, few cancer cells were destroyed.
However, when the serum of people who eat meat but also did exercise was dropped into the petri dish, the number of killed cancer cells increases several times.
But what was most outstanding, when the serum of people who didn’t eat meat (Vegetarians) and who also exercised was dropped into the petri dish, the number of cancer cells that died was increased several times further. In fact, Vegetarian who did regular exercise suppressed cancer cells by a whopping 70% compared to the non-vegetarian groups. 
From this experiment, scientists concluded that both exercise and vegetarianism can improve the ability to destroy cancer cells that we all have in our bodies at certain levels.
Those who had a regular diet of meat, basically lost their anti-cancer fighting ability of inhibiting the growth of cancer cells. Dr. Budwig was ahead of her time as she put all her cancer patients on a vegetarian diet and only allowed a little bit of non-farm feed fish on rare occasions.
There is a lot of clinical data to support the relationship between animal protein and cancer.
The famous Harvard Nurses Study, which surveyed nearly 33,000 women, found that the group with the highest blood levels of IGF-1 from animal protein had 76 percent increased risk of rectal cancer. A meta-analysis of 17 studies on breast cancer from 12 countries found that women with the highest concentrations of IGF-1 from animal protein had a 28 percent increased risk of breast cancer. Protein from a plant-based source did not increase the IGF-1 that cancer needs to survive.
Mark Simon, founder of the Nutritional Oncology Research Institute (NORI), found that depriving the cancer cells of methionine as found in abundance in animal protein, causes cancer cells to die. Methionine restriction as found in a vegetarian diet is one of the key steps to eliminating cancer. Basically, with this approach we are “starving” the cancer but not the patient.
Juice Therapy Gives Your Body Time to Heal and Repair
Countless health experts agree with Dr Schulze who said: “When you don’t feel well, stop eating and go to juices”. Juices are like a ‘transfusion of health.’
Some holistic doctors even claim that 95% of their patients were completely well after taking detox formulas for 2 weeks, followed by a 3-to-6-week fruit and vegetable juicing program.
If you are suffering from any debilitating diseases and especially cancer, you need to switch over to the Budwig vegetarian approach and part of your anti-cancer strategy needs to be a 3-to-6-week Juice/Tea/Soup/Water fasting therapy. With this approach thin people gain weight as the body is flooded with live enzymes that improve assimilation thus weight gain. Overweight people find they reach a more ideal weight from this healthy juice approach.
Juice fasting is the answer because it allows your body to rest – and it lets your body choose what it wants to heal. Dr Schulze said, “If you just keep cramming food down your mouth, you’ll just get more tired. Your body must digest large amounts of food, and it’s the opposite of what you should do when you’re not well.”
The Budwig Center provides this “Vegetarian and Juice Therapy” approach for all our clinical and home distance patients who enroll in our programs.
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