One of the deadliest diseases in the world today, cancer, affects the lives of millions of people all over the world. The conventional anti-cancer treatment gives priority to chemotherapy, which doesn’t always give results, and even worse, cause more pain to the already suffering patients. It’s because of this many cancer patients, including Candice Marie Fox, decide on alternative cancer-fighting treatments.
Ms. Fox had been diagnosed with 20 papillary thyroid carcinomas, an early indication of thyroid cancer, and was given one year of life. She was also advised to remove the lumps in order to get more time and to prevent the risk of losing her voice. However, the surgery was unsuccessful and the cancer spread to her neck and liver.
Taking a More Proactive Approach
Candice was firmly against chemotherapy because she blamed this treatment for the deaths of her friend and her cousin, aged 31 and 13, respectively. So, she had nothing else to do but take a proactive approach to fight the disease.
First, she stopped smoking, drinking, and using cosmetics, as well as other chemical-laden products. She also quit her job and left her unsupportive husband.
On the other hand, she took up yoga, turned to positive thinking, and meditation, and embraced a vegan lifestyle. She believed that by eliminating meat from her diet, she’ll give her body more energy to fight the cancer.
The thing is meat contains protein that feeds cancer and takes much longer to digest. This is why cancer patients who still eat meat can’t heal – their body uses the energy to digest the complex animal protein instead of fighting the cancer.
The Powerful Fruit Behind Her Recovery
Candice’s secret weapon in her fight against cancer was pineapple. This tropical fruit is abundant in bromelain, a compound that strengthens the immune system and reduces inflammation. Moreover, it increases the cancer-killing potential of macrophages 12-fold.
Candice got into the habit of juicing 3 pineapples every day. She also mixed this fruit with kiwi, bananas, lemon, grapefruit, papaya, and apples. And, in just six months after starting her new dietary regimen, her stage 4 cancer basically disappeared.
What happened was her thyroglobulin (protein produced by cancerous cells) levels had dropped down from 13 to 0.7 nanograms per millilitre. Five years later her levels dropped to 0.2; merely 0.1npm above the normal range for healthy individuals.
According to the director of the Nutritional Oncology Research Institute in California, Mark Simon, this is clear evidence that she had defeated cancer.
As stated by Mark Simon:
“Her tumor markers, which reflect the number of cancerous cells, has been well within the normal range for over two years, so we can confidently say that her stage four thyroid cancer is under effective management”
“I can tell you that most thyroid cancer patients with similar circumstances to Candice who follow the conventional path do not survive or experience a very poor quality of life.”
In the words of Dr Simon, defeating and more importantly, keeping cancer at bay, greatly depends on a person’s diet, lifestyle, and physical activity, and not on conventional anti-cancer treatments. There are many living testimonies of this, and Candice is just one of them.