The diagnosis of cancer dares one to imagine one's life differently. And here is one of the paradoxes of life: a good understanding and practice of sound knowledge of nutrition for individuals with cancer is both pleasurably simple and immensely complex. In this chapter, first I will present the pleasurable simplicity of this subject and later I will address the matter of complexity.
The two areas in which cancer dares one to imagine one's life differently such imagination is needed most are:
● Spiritual sunshine for nurturing one's core; and
● Optimal choices in the kitchen for nurturing one's body.
I discussed the first of those elements in the chapter entitled "A Day of Divinity." I address the second element in this chapter with specific recommendations about the most desirable, the less desirable, and the least desirable food choices, as well as foods that are best avoided altogether. The three primary metabolic derangements of cancer cells, as I explain at length in the earlier chapters, are the following:
● Excess acidity (acidosis):
● Incremental free radical activity (oxidosis); and
● Impaired oxygen metabolism in cells (the dysox state, dysoxygenosis).
The control of the above three primary cellular metabolic derangements in individuals with cancer, as discussed earlier, constitutes the Oxygen Protocol for cancer treatment. The application of the Oxygen Protocol, however, needs to be individualized according to the specific needs of an individual.
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