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Dr. Bruess cancer diet


I find it very interesting that the juice Dr. Bruess suggests (beet, carrot, celery, and radish) are all very high sources of oxalic acid. My aunt followed the Hart Dietary Procedure Plan and eliminated her lung cancer. The Hart Dietary Procedure simply calls for an increase in the oxalic acid content in the blood by eating foods high in oxalic acid. The other side to the diet is to avoid foods that lower the oxalic acid content. There is no fasting involved and it was so easy for her. Check out www.coljoe.com It provides the reason why Essiac, Dr. Lorraine Day's diet, Dr. Bruess's diet, and Dr. Hulda Clark with her parasite idea (ask a beekeeper what he uses to control mites attacking a beehive - yup..oxalic acid), all work to varying degrees. There is a common denominator there. The great thing is that once you understand what is in the diets that works, you don't need to work so hard to eliminate your cancer or disease. God is not complicated and neither is His way to good health.
 

 
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