Ralph Cole Heals Cancer With Carrot Juice
Carcimona Metastasized to the Lymph Nodes Healed with Carrot Juice.
I it was in 2005 when Ralph Cole found 2 large lumps growing on his neck. A biopsy was performed and the diagnosis was squamous cell carcinoma that had metastasized to his lymph nodes. His doctors recommended that he have surgery, followed by radiation, and chemotherapy for his treatment plan.
Before starting those treatments, Ralph was told by an acquaintance that he should start drinking several glasses of fresh carrot juice every day. This woman had cured herself of ovarian cancer years earlier by following the Gerson Protocol which advocates the drinking of 13 glasses of fresh juices that are taken along with diet changes, supplements and detoxing therapies.
Ralph then got a juicer and began to juice three pounds of carrots daily. This yielded him about 3 cups of fresh juice, (or about 1 cup of juice per pound of carrots), which he drank every day for the next four months up until the time of his surgery. Ralph says that his strategy was to drink all of the juice right away, but you can also store it in mason jars in the refrigerator to keep it fresh so that it will last you throughout the day.
At a preliminary appointment he was told by the radiologist that his latest MRI revealed that his tumors had not grown since the original MRI taken four months earlier. He also said that the tumors “may have even gotten smaller.” But despite this revelation , the doctor insisted that the likelihood of surviving the cancer was about three times better with treatment than without it.
Because Ralph was about to lose his eligibility for medical assistance, he asked if he could skip the surgery and get right to the chemotherapy and radiation. In order to do this, his doctor had to go to the hospital medical board on Ralph’s behalf and got them to agree to go immediately to the other treatments.
Ralph then received 2 months of chemotherapy and daily radiation treatments which affected his ability to swallow and salivate. He says that he lost 50 pounds over the next few months, but he still managed to drink the 3 cups of carrots juice while receiving these treatments. He reports that the tumors gradually shrank and then disappeared altogether shortly after receiving the treatments.
A few months later, Ralph reports that several lumps began appearing upon his chest, a total of ten. Rather alarmed, he began searching for other ways to heal his body, these included changing his diet and taking supplements, but he says that these therapies did not seem to work for him. He then asked a nurse who attended his church to look at the lumps and she advised him to to back to the hospital ASAP before the cancer metastasized any further.
Instead of following that advice Ralph decided to increase his daily juicing amount from three pounds of carrots to five pounds, which yielded him about five cups of juice. He reports that his chest lumps began to shrink almost immediately, with 9 of the 10 lumps completely gone over the next 6 weeks, and the largest one finally disappearing by the end of the 8th week. He reports that he juiced for another month or so and then stopped. Ralph has been cancer-free ever since that time and now he only juices on occasion.
Carrot juice- contains 20 different vitamins as well as 11 minerals. Perhaps one of the most in Carrot juice contains 20 different vitamins such as vitamin A in the form of carotene, along with vitamins C, D, E, K, B1 and B6, and minerals including biotin, potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, organic sodium, plus lots of trace minerals. Carrots are also rich in phytonutrients, including lutein, lycopene, antioxidants, alpha, beta, and gamma carotenes, zeaxanthin, and xanthophylls.
Perhaps one of the most interesting compounds found within carrot juice is falcarinol, which is believed by scientists to help hinder the development of cancer cells as well as stop fungal diseases from spreading. Many argue that carrots are too high in sugar to juice, but the catch is that they are loaded with many cancer fighting properties and the sugar takes these properties directly into the cancer cells.
You can find more details of Ralph’s story at CancerIsOver.org
Tip: Including Ginger and Celery will improve the efficacy of this method. Make sure the Carrots are organic!
Carrots and Cancer Research
Falcarinol is an antioxidant found in carrots and has proven anticancer properties. Researchers in the UK and Denmark reduced cancerous tumors by 1/3 in mice and rats with lab induced cancers.
Additionally, a human study found that consumption of carrot juice increased blood levels of carotenoids in breast cancer survivors. The researchers believe that increased carotenoid blood levels acts as a cancer preventive.
Here is Stephen Jackson who has followed Ralph Cole’s example and is seen in this video doing his daily 5lb of carrot juicing for the day’s nutrition. This video was taken in June and since then Stephen has seen incredible reductions in his tumour size and his overall health. His daily protocol isn’t just carrots, it in the panel below the video and here is his blog, where you can read more about his journey back to health and watch more of his videos here
6am – Sodium Bicarbonate and Molasses, 8oz glass of water with 1tsp baking soda, and 1 or 2 tsp of molasses. Black Strap all organic and Bob Mills Baking Soda.
8am – Juice 5 lbs carrots for cancer. While waiting the 2 hours after the sodium bicarb, juice your carrots and begin drinking the juice.
9:30am – Eat your morning meal, and take your vitamins (i.e. B17, B15(TMG), Selenium, Vit B, C, E, Pancreatic enzymes, zinc, and whatever else your protocol consists of. (see our BigC Vitamin B17, Vit C, Turmeric, Milk Thistle, TMG, Reishi formula)
10:30am – Water, Water, and more water until an hour before lunch.
12:30pm – Big ass salad – and second round of vitamins.
2pm – Sodium Bicarb and Molasses in 8oz cup of water.
3pm – more water
6pm – dinner and 3rd round of vitamins
7pm – water
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Ginger and Cancer Research
In a fascinating new study (Nov 2013) published in Molecular Cancer (an open access, peer-reviewed online journal) researchers in China have discovered that 6-Shogaol, a major pungent ingredient in ginger induces apoptosis (cell death) in human leukemia cells both in vitro and in vivo – without side effects!
Several other studies have indicated anti-cancer potential for ginger. The researchers also stated that 6-Shogaol “could induce cell death/apoptosis in a variety of cancer cells including human lung cancer, colorectal carcinoma, hepatocarcinoma, ovarian cancer and breast cancer cells.”
What’s remarkable about the results found is that 6-Shogaol appears to act selectively (that’s the magic word!) against the leukemia cells, but but not against normal bone marrow mononuclear cells. Now it’s important to understand that this news of course does not mean that ginger is considered a proven anti-cancer medicine. That would require many more studies – including human trials.
However, it indicates that ginger, already known to be a profoundly beneficial spice to health in many ways, has real potential as an anti-cancer agent. The full text of the 6-Shogaol study is available Here
The carrot method worked for Ralph Cole’s squamous cell cancers. I think they probably will work against a wide range of cancers. The effective ingredient in the carrots is falcarinol, which has been proved effective against cancer in lab experiments with rats and mice done in Denmark and the UK. Using carrots or falcarinol, Dr. Kirsten Brandt and colleagues in the UK have retarded by a third the growth of tumors in lab rats injected with a carcinogen. They have fed the rats and mice what proportionately in humans would be a pound and a half of carrots. Drinking the juice from five pounds of carrots daily, as Ralph and I have done, is a human equivalent dose more than triple what Dr. Brandt gave the rats.
Dietary polyacetylenes of the falcarinol type are inhibitors of breast cancer resistance protein
Inhibitory effects of using falcarinol from carrots on preneoplastic lesions (Colon Cancer)
Differential effects of falcarinol and related aliphatic C(17)-polyacetylenes on intestinal cell proliferation.
Effects of bioactive compounds from carrots on human lymphoid leukaemia cells.
Falcarinol, a natural pesticide and anti-cancer agent in Carrots and Panax Ginseng..
The Polyacetylenes Falcarinol and Falcarindiol Affect Stress Responses
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