Hi there, I am wondering if anyone has ever genuinely utilised the Ketogenic and/or zero carbohydrate way of eating to coincide with your current treatment plans and if so what it has done for you?
I have been following the work of very advanced nutritional science now for a few months and am extremely interested in the work of Professors Dominic D'Agostino and Thomas Seyfried with their continued research efforts into the destruction of cancer cells by eliminating sugar and carbohydrates (glucose) in our diets, replacing them with a range of healthy fats and adequate protein. (Warburg effect )
A close relative of mine was diagnosed with Stage 3 OC in Jan 2016. Her diet has always been primarily a high carb, vegetarian based diet and she tested positive for the BRAC 1 mutation.
I dare say people will not agree with me, but I'm getting more and more convinced that, particularly in adults, cancers are born out of metabolic assaults to the body, one of which is diet. It is a sad thing for me to see our NHS still promoting a healthy diet as a high carbohydrate, low fat one and even more so the vast amount of advertising put in to make us believe what is healthy and what isn't.
Anyway back to my original point, I would be interested in understanding what you all eat and whether you feel there is any truth to this sugar/carb argument? Thank you all .