Should I Replace My Amalgam Dental Fillings?

Recently, the European Commission paved the way for a complete banning of mercury fillings in the European Union. Canadian researchers recently found that breast cancer tissue biopsies contain a highly significant accumulation of heavy metals in the diseased breast...

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Can I Use Olive Oil in The Budwig Diet?

Dr. Budwig wrote a cookbook called “Krebs, ein Fettproblem” ["Cancer, A Fats Problem"] and recommends: “For oils we mostly use flax oil, sunflower oil, walnut oil, soy oil and corn oil." She always refers to natural cold-pressed and unprocessed oils. She writes in the...

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Are Essential Oils Approved on The Budwig Protocol?

Yes, absolutely. Pure essential oils are an integral part of the remedies in the Budwig Protocol. Numerous studies have shown that frankincense, myrrh, Magnolia, Artemisia and other essential oils are very useful for treating brain, breast, colon, pancreatic, prostate...

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What Kind of Teas Can We Drink on The Budwig Diet?

All herbal teas are encouraged, and in fact, Dr. Budwig had her patients drink herbal teas such as peppermint or green tea 10 minutes before meals. She found that warm tea helped with the assimilation and digestion of the flaxseed oil and cottage cheese. As far as we...

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How can the Budwig Diet Help with Anemia and Fatigue?

Cancer patients must be vigilant that they do not become anemic. A person who experiences ongoing and extreme fatigue may also become aware that they have a low red blood cell count (which is the shortage of red blood cells). Many cancer patients that we treat at the...

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Will the Budwig Program Work for All Forms of Cancer?

Yes. The reason why is because the objective if the Budwig Protocol addresses the primary causes of cancer which enables the body to begin to heal itself. What are the leading causes of cancer? Well, scientists have begun to categorize earth as the "Toxic Planet."...

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Do Hormones Cause Cancer?

The short answer is no. It is true that hormones are involved in certain types of cancer; however, the correct approach is to understand why hormones are contributing to the disease in the first place. Toxins disrupt hormones. Research indicates that very few of our...

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