Holiday Health Challenge Tip!

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Posted on 26th December 2011 by admin in Holiday Health Challenge

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Most people are skeptical of using antioxidants to battle the major degenerative diseases of aging, largely because they don’t understand how free radicals themselves can actually cause disease. In the case of cancer, for instance, free radicals attack the genetic machinery inside the DNA molecule, by stealing away electrons from within the DNA. This, in turn, leads to a chain reaction “domino effect,” by forcing each newly created free radical to steal yet another electron from among its neighbors. If this terribly destructive process isn’t quenched immediately, it goes on to cause catastrophic alterations within the various “base codes” of the DNA molecule.

It is this type of damage to the information content of each DNA molecule that causes the cell to begin to grow wildly, without any control. As 95 percent of all cancers are thought to be caused by the free radicals that are contained in our diet and the environment, it makes sense to consume a protective mixture of broad-spectrum antioxidants, so that self-propagating free-radical reactions can be quenched before they have a chance to alter our DNA and create disease.

KC Craichy
The Super Health Diet

Cancer-Cutting Through the Sea of Pink, Part 2

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Posted on 13th October 2011 by admin in Health Alerts |LivingFuelTV

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Thank you for your overwhelming response to last week’s LivingFuelTV episode, 
Cancer—Cutting Through the Sea of Pink.  October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, however, we’ve long
advocated for prevention over simple awareness.  While it’s beneficial to be aware of danger, it’s much better 
to take informed, practical steps to help protect yourself from risk.  With this in mind, let’s turn our attention to
medical radiation such as x-rays, CT scans, and mammograms, to name a few.  The goals of these procedures 
are to identify, “treat”, and help diagnose dis-ease in the body.  Are these procedures really effective? 
Do they carry inherent risks of their own?  Are there viable alternatives to conventional medical radiation?

Learn the answers to these imporant questions today on LivingFuelTV.  Take charge of your family’s health
and begin by clicking on the graphic below to watch.

Cancer-Cutting Through the Sea of Pink

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Posted on 6th October 2011 by admin in Health Alerts |LivingFuelTV

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Imagine a new pharmaceutical drug is released to the public amidst a flood of news reports and television
advertising.  This pill has been clinically and conclusively proven to dramatically reduce the risk of breast cancer
by as much as 80%.  Do you think this would be a popular prescription?

It may come as a surprise to know that healthy lifestyle habits and diet have been clinically shown in a significant number of studies to substantially reduce the risk of breast and other cancers that plague our modern society. 
A vast majority of the fund-raising activities for the pink ribbon organizations are rooted in good people with noble intentions; however, with billions spent on the “cure”, little progress has been made in this fight.

In today’s LivingFuelTV HealthAlert, we turn our attention from awareness to prevention.  Join us as we explore key factors that increase women’s risk and those factors that decrease the risk of breast cancer.  This is vital information
you are not likely to hear from conventional medicine.

Take control of your health today.  Click on the graphic below to watch and consider forwarding this HealthAlert to a woman you love.

KC Craichy’s SuperHealth Podcasts: Prostate Health with Dr. Leonard Smith (Part 2)

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Posted on 30th August 2011 by admin in Health Alerts |SuperHealth Podcasts

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KC Craichy talks with Dr. Leonard Smith about what men can do if they think they may have prostate cancer.

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KC Craichy’s SuperHealth Podcasts: Prostate Health with Dr. Leonard Smith (Part 1)

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Posted on 25th August 2011 by admin in Super Health |SuperHealth Podcasts

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KC Craichy talks with Dr. Leonard Smith about how to improve your prostate health. What should you do if your doctor says your blood levels are higher than normal?

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KC Craichy’s SuperHealth Podcasts: Medical Radiation Dangers

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Posted on 19th August 2011 by admin in Health Alerts |SuperHealth Podcasts

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KC Craichy talks with Dr. Patrick Purdue about the dangers of medical radiation.

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KC: Welcome to Living Fuel TV. I’m KC Craichy. Think about this, it’s the middle of the night, you’ve just learned that your child has banged his head in sports, and they have rushed him to the emergency room. And they prescribed for him 500 x-rays, so every 15 minutes or every five minutes he’s going to get an x-ray, until they’re finished with 500 x-rays. And this is just so they can get the information to make them feel comfortable that everything is OK. Are you OK with that? Well, I’m excited to have special guest, Dr. Patrick Purdue. Dr. Purdue?

Dr. Purdue: Thank you.

KC: Is that essentially what they’re telling us?

Dr. Purdue: A CAT scan would be equivalent roughly to 500 chest x-rays of the patient.

KC: Five hundred chest x-rays.

Dr. Purdue: Yes.

KC: So it is not so unusual that you hear that you’ve had headaches, you’ve had an injury and they’ve prescribed a CAT scan, a CT-scan or some other kind of major radiation test. So what’s this doing to people?

Dr. Purdue: We’ve known since the study of survivors from Hiroshima and Nagasaki at the end of World War II, that radiation causes cancer. There is a very interesting fellow, who died a couple years ago, his name is Dr. John Gofman, most people have never heard of him. He is the man who invented the process for manufacturing plutonium. He worked on the atom bomb project in World War II and he’s the co-discoverer of Uranium 233. After the war, he became a cardiologist and is the man credited with discovering HDL and LDL cholesterol. So he’s not a scientific lightweight.

KC: MD, PhD.

Dr. Purdue: He published a study in 1999. I believe I wrote that down for you, and I think you’ve got a copy of it now. It’s an entire book, it’s not just a paper.

KC: I have a couple of text books from him. One of them you referred me to.

Dr. Purdue: Yes.

KC: It’s massive.

Dr. Purdue: And in that book he clearly demonstrated that there is a direct correlation between the increased rates of metastatic cancers of all type and ischemic heart disease that is equivalent to the level of exposure of radiation that you have. So, in other words, the more radiation, you have the higher the risk of cancer and heart disease.

KC: And we’re talking about a lifetime load?

Dr. Purdue: Life, it never goes away.

KC: So I believe it’s Gofman’s textbook talks about dosage for 16 frames for a dental x-ray and then regular x-rays and then CT-scans and so on, that over a lifetime just a woman over a 20 year period that does annual mammography, it’s an equivalent dose to being one mile from Hiroshima when the bomb went off.

Dr. Purdue: Yeah. Dr. Samuel Epstein, who’s the Dean of the University of Illinois School of Public Health, published a study in the Journal of Applied Radiation several years ago, that showed that a woman who gets ten mammograms has one half the radiation equivalent of standing one mile from the center of the Hiroshima bomb blast. So that can’t be good. A lot of what I hear from patients is that they’re told by their physicians who are prescribing mammograms that it’s really not that bad. One mammogram is roughly equivalent to the radiation you would get if you fly from Tampa to Los Angeles. That’s true, but the problem is total load, it’s the accumulation over a lifetime, so flying, plus mammograms, plus whatever x-rays you’ve had, it’s all plus, plus, plus, no one knows what dosage level you have. When I began to look into all this stuff a number of years ago and began to do some research on it and so forth, I finally became convinced that it would be a very rare day that I would recommend a radiological study to a patient. So now, everything I do is either MRI or ultrasound, which are safe. The’s no radiation involved.

KC: Or thermography.

Dr. Purdue: Or thermography, exactly. To back up some of these numbers, like Dr. Samuel Epstein, Dr. Gofman, in the Archives of Internal Medicine two years ago a study was published that showed that out of a group of women who avoided mammograms, there was 25% fewer breast cancers. So when you just look at the accumulation of literature, study after study, it begins to add up to saying, “Well, gee whiz, maybe that’s not really a good idea to give so much radiation.”

KC: Clearly. I mean you really have to take this into your own hands. This is so important that you understand that medical radiation is no benign. It’s not OK to get 16 frame dental x-ray every time your child goes to the dentist. This adds up over a lifetime. We talked about mammography. You know recently they changed the recommendation from every year to every other year. From after age 40 it was every year and now it’s after age 50 every other year. Is that correct?

Dr. Purdue: That’s true. Based on data that’s over ten years old, by the way.

KC: Well, the outrage was amazing to me. The outrage was you’re taking away our tests. All the news reporters, including some of the ones that I respect, they came out with this outrage that it’s just the medical system trying to save money, that they’re trying to save money by pushing off our mammograms to age 50 and giving it every other year at that point. But the truth is, it was an independent scientific council that came to that conclusion with overwhelming evidence of harm.

Dr. Purdue: Exactly.

KC: So what’s a woman to do? Thermography really is a very good thing to do after age what?

Dr. Purdue: Obviously after age 40, unless there’s other risk factors involved.

KC: Well, breast thermography is more widely available now if you just Google it in your area or any search engine. You’ll generally find some practitioners with breast thermography. Now it isn’t a single test that gives you an outcome, it’s a series that just shows the changes, right? So thermography actually shows the heat of growth of a foreign object growing in the breast.

Dr. Purdue: Yeah. Thermography does not image the tissue in the breast, but it’s a very good screening tool because it’s totally safe, and it gives us an idea of whether there’s an area that may be a problem that we need to investigate further. If that shows up, then we can image safely at the tissue in the breast with either a diagnostic breast ultrasound or breast MRI. Both of which are totally safe, no radiation involved. And I certainly negotiated with providers in my area to where we can get the cost of these imagining services way down. It doesn’t have to be expensive.

KC: That’s really important. So when you have a choice, listen, when you think about a CT-scan, a PET scan, a CAT scan, these things are hundreds of times the radiation dose of a conventional x-ray.

Dr. Purdue: Correct.

KC: A chest x-ray no less, hundreds of times. So if you’re having headaches and you’re doctor says, “Well, let’s get you a CT-scan.” You run to a different doctor because this is very dangerous. So if you’re told to get a CT-scan, ask yourself if you’re OK with running down to the imaging center and getting 500 x-rays to your head. If you’re not OK with that, then you probably ought to demand MRI, or ultrasound, or thermography, depending on which is clinically accurate. And this is really important, this is not you practicing medicine on your own, this is using wisdom. And this is the doctor’s own medical journals that are saying this. I know a lot of MDs who agree with this, who know that this is over prescribed. In fact, I’ll finish by saying that Bottom Line Health came out with something this week where they actually reduced the dose 90% of a CT-scan, and they were able to get the same information, 90% reduction. Now we had talked on this show a year ago about dialing it down 50%, and we know that in California there was a medical center who, when people were getting a CT- scan, after the scan their hair was falling out. They realized that it was dialed up way beyond what was OK. And they did 600 more patients with that before they turned it back down even though they knew this was going on. So this is a really important subject. We have a section on our site for medical radiation which you can look at our past shows on the subject and links and so on. We strongly encourage you to do that. Hope you enjoyed it. God bless you.

Dr. Purdue: Thank you very much.

KC: And God bless you. Have a great day.

KC Craichy’s SuperHealth Podcasts: Cancer – Step Outside The Box (Part 4)

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Posted on 18th August 2011 by admin in Health Alerts |SuperHealth Podcasts

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KC Craichy talks with best-selling author Ty Bollinger about the cure for cancer – not getting it in the first place. While this concept may sound trite and overly simplistic, there is much truth in it. This is an important podcast for everyone battling with cancer, people who are supporting loved ones in their fight against cancer, and anyone who wants to avoid a cancer diagnosis.

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KC: Welcome to Living Fuel TV. I’m KC Craichy. So, you have not received a diagnosis of cancer but you obviously don’t want it. Maybe, your parents have had it. Maybe, it runs in the family. Truthfully, you probably just inherited your momma’s cookbook, but we really need to focus on the things that are healthy for us and not do the things that are not healthy for us. Most people, this is a proven fact, that most people know that many of the things that they eat and drink on a daily basis are extremely unhealthy for them. Yet, they eat it anyway. Is that wisdom, Ty?

Ty: KC, that’s not wise at all. Biblically, the definition of wisdom is taking the knowledge that you have and applying it. And we know inherently that eating the junk food, the fast food, the processed food, the burger and fries, is not healthy. We know that. Everyone knows that in their head. But it’s not wise to not apply that to your lifestyle and to continue doing that all the time. I’m not saying you can’t go out and have a burger and fries every now and then, but as a lifestyle eating that way is not wise because you have the knowledge in your head, you don’t apply it and you know it’s going to make you sick eventually.

KC: Absolutely. So, eating is probably one of the primary reasons that people get sick. It is what they eat.

Ty: I believe it is. The eating as we’ve talked about in the past segments, eating and the environmental toxins. Those two go hand in hand.

KC: And, of course, drinking goes along with eating.

Ty: Drinking is part of eating and the water that we drink or the water that we don’t drink and that we replace with sodas or whatever else.

KC: Let’s talk about a few things. You talk about the fries and the burger. I mean, really, we know that fried food, particularly with the vegetable oils, is exceedingly unhealthy, cancer causing unhealthy.

Ty: Right. And the reason is that when you use hydrogenated oils, which is adding an element of hydrogen to the oil to make it preserve and last longer, it makes more money for the companies that sell it. That’s the reason they do it. They’re not doing it to hurt you, they’re doing it to make more money. But in essence what it does when they hydrogenate the oil is it kills the electron cloud around the fats, and then those fats get into your body and they have a hard time assimilating oxygen into the cells. It causes cellular wall deficiencies. It causes low oxygen in the cells. That leads to cancer. So, that’s really why the fake fats and the oils are bad.

KC: You know, it’s interesting. There was public pressure that caused this atrocity on our health. Many years ago, they used to use beef tallow as the oil to fry French fries and things like that in fast food chains. Now, you can’t hurt that oil.

Ty: No.

KC: You can heat it but you can’t hurt it but people always say fried foods are bad so somebody got the bright idea that we could use vegetable oil, and so there’s no cholesterol and people would feel like it’s more healthy. The fact is, though, the vegetable oils were never designed to be heated like that, and they become destroyed and mutated and poisonous and now it’s way worst to eat fried foods today than it was even a generation ago.

Ty: That’s true. Because of the fact that when you do heat the oils as you mentioned, it changes them chemically and it basically changes them into something that your body looks at as an invader. It doesn’t know what to do with these oils. It can’t metabolize them, it can’t process them. And so somebody that eats a high, fat high fried diet, they’re continually putting into their body foods that are not really foods, that their bodies are having to fight off. And so, if your body is having to fight to protect you from the food you’re eating, there’s nothing left to protect you from the cancer.

KC: Right. And so, we have to strengthen our bodies so that we can handle the toxins that we cannot avoid, but if we’re putting toxins in all the time and we’re exposed to toxins we cannot avoid, disease is an imminent result.

Ty: Yeah. Because your immune system reaches a point of overload. And then, once you reach this point of immune system overload, then that’s when cancer manifests itself. Up to a point, you can fight it off. It’s like, and people’s immune systems are different based upon their diet, based upon some genetics, too. Your immune systems can fight off certain things differently. For instance, if you go into a typical office environment, and somebody has the flu and they go to work. You may have 30 people in the office. Only three or four of them get the flu. Why did the other 27 not get the flu? Well, it’s not because they didn’t get exposed to the same flu bug. It’s because they had a better immune system than the three or four people that did get the flu.

KC: And one the factors you are going to talk about, you’re not eating the wrong thing but do eat the right things. Supplementing like vitamin D levels. How important is vitamin D levels in not getting cancer and other disease?

Ty: Very important.

KC: Because it’s a huge immune modulator.

Ty: It is. As a matter of fact, there was a Creighton University study just a few years ago, showed I think it was 77% of cancers can be avoided and prevented just with proper dosage of vitamin D.

KC: Vitamin D. Even omega-3 fish oil, is the same kind of thing.

Ty: Yes, because the omega-3 fats, on the flip side of the coin, we were talking about hydrogenated oils earlier, how they stop you from getting the oxygen to the cells. The omega-3s bring the oxygen into the cells. So, it’s the flip side of the coin. The hydrogenateds are horrible. The omega-3s, the pure omega-3s, the fish oils and all that, extremely important in a cancer preventing diet.

KC: So, it’s really important if they haven’t been diagnosed that they get extreme in their nutrition. Now, I mean, we eat for building blocks, for fuel and for fun. OK and when we get the fun mixed in with our building blocks and fuel, it becomes a lifestyle. That’s when people get in trouble. It’s not the pizza every now and then or even the French fry every now and then, which I think that’s on the never eat list, French fries and doughnuts. But it’s the things that people do on a daily basis. They either guard them or open themselves up to disease.

Ty: It is. It’s the habits.

KC: It’s the habits so people really should take this very seriously. Now, we have another issue we want to mention. It’s that avoiding environmental hazards that you have control over.

Ty: Right.

KC: Like, for instance, if your doctor says “Hey, I’m going to get a CT Scan just to check that out,” we have to recognize that that’s 400 to 500 times the radiation as a chest x-ray. Or if you want to get a mammogram, the recommendations changed. We’ve done shows on this, go back at LivingFuelTV and check out the shows on medical radiation. You’ll be blown away with the research that is behind that. But they changed the recommendation from every year after 40 to every other year after 50. Why? Because a panel of the world’s experts said this is dangerous to expose people to that much radiation. It’s actually causing breast cancer. So, there is a good and a bad about these technologies, and we need to understand that it’s a lifetime load of radiation we’re concerned about.

Ty: Yeah, it’s the cumulative effect.

KC: It’s the cumulative effect. So, we need to keep a journal of the things when we do medical radiation. We need to journal the times I’ve had one CT Scan. I’ve heard of people having five CT Scans in a week. I mean, you’re talking about serious radiation load that causes significant risk of cancer down the road.

Ty: Yeah. And that’s one of the things that you do have control over is the amount of medical radiation you’re exposed to, and there’s other things that you have the control over to as well. Filter your water to get rid of the toxins in your water. That’s a simple step. Drink filtered water as opposed to tap water because of the fluoride and the chlorine and the other lead and arsenic that are in the water.

KC: What about lawn chemicals?

Ty: Yeah. I mean, watch your insecticides that you spray on your lawn. Watch your pesticides that you spray on your garden. You have control over those things.

KC: What are a few other things we have control over?

Ty: You don’t have any control over the air you breath, unfortunately, and so our air is extremely polluted. But you do have control over the amount of exercise that you can do and that’s something we haven’t talked about but I just thought of this. People that don’t exercise don’t stimulate their lymphatic system, which is one of the ways that you detox your body. So, if you’re sitting around and you’re eating, you have a great diet but you’re not exercising, you’re only getting half of the piece of the puzzle.

KC: And if you’re obese, you’re actually more susceptible to disease.

Ty: Yes. Because of the fat and the way that the fat causes disease, but that’s another segment. What I do want to mention here is one of the best ways that you can prevent cancer with a simple exercise device is a little mini-trampoline. A little rebounder about three, four feet across. You just jump up and down on the mini-tramp 20 to 30 minutes a day.

KC: Lymphatic flow.

Ty: That will stimulate your lymphatic system and that’s one of the best ways you can detoxify your body. To stimulate the limbs.

KC: This has been an awesome series, brother. God bless you. We hope that people enjoyed. I’m sure they did, and many lives will be changed as a result.

Ty: I enjoyed it, KC. God bless you, too. Thanks for having me.

KC: Hope you enjoyed it. God bless you and have a great day.

KC Craichy’s SuperHealth Podcasts: Cancer – Step Outside The Box (Part 3)

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Posted on 17th August 2011 by admin in Health Alerts |SuperHealth Podcasts

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KC Craichy talks with best-selling author Ty Bollinger about what you should do when you or someone you love is diagnosed with cancer.

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Welcome to Living Fuel TV. I’m KC Craichy. So you or a loved one has received a diagnosis of cancer. You’re devastated. What do you do? Well, I’m here with special guest, a best selling author, Ty Bollinger,”Cancer: Step Outside the Box“.

Ty: Great to be here, KC.

KC: Glad to have you, brother. So, what does one do if you receive this horrible diagnosis, regardless of the type of cancer in my opinion, and I’m very interested in what you have to say, that the first thing is radical nutrition. You can no longer afford to eat junk food and sugars and all those sort of things. You have to clean up the temple and really radically change nutrition. The other thing that I would say, immediately, and we talked in the last segment, the Moss Report, and we’ll put it on the website for the Moss Report, because I can’t think of what it is right now what it’s called, Cancer Options or something to that effect.

Ty: Yeah, I can’t remember.

KC: If someone has a diagnosis of any kind of cancer, you can send your information to Ralph Moss, who was former head of cancer patients at Sloan- Kettering…

Ty: Sloan-Kettering.

KC: …Sloan-Kettering in New York, and you can send it for a pretty reasonable fee, they will give you a thick report on whatever kind of cancer that you might be dealing with and include the conventional treatments, the success of the conventional treatments, various alternative treatments and the types of success they have with the alternative treatments and who is doing them, and they put you on a report where they give you the latest information as it comes out.

Ty: Right.

KC: This is a clinical report we can actually hand to a doctor and say, “Here’s the information, I’m interested in this, this and this…

Ty: Right.

KC: …but not this”, and the doctors don’t argue with clinical documents. They argue with when you go to the Internet and you print some wacky thing out. So tell us, if you had or your loved ones had such a diagnosis, what would be the steps you would take?

Ty: Great question, because I get that question all the time and emails from cancer patients. What should I do? I have to make it clear, I’m not a doctor. I don’t diagnose disease or treat disease, so all I can do is give you a hypothetical of what I would do, so if it were me or my family, cancer is primarily, in my opinion, the disease that is from a compromised immune system due in large part to the environmental toxins. We are exposed to toxins on a daily basis. It’s in the food we eat, pesticides, insecticides, fungicides.

KC: Air, water.

Ty: It’s in our air, it’s in the water we drink. If you’re drinking from a municipal water supply, you’re drinking fluoridated water.

KC: It’s radiation, medical radiation.

Ty: We are being bombarded with external toxins, and so that is one of the factors that most likely caused the cancer. Another factor in today’s American diet is the food that you’ve been eating has most likely contributed to your cancer, because the foods that we eat, if you’re eating out you’re eating hydrogenated oils, which are fake fats, which ruin the electron makeup of your cell walls. You’re eating foods that are suppressing your immune system. You’re drinking sodas that are extremely acidic, which is a breeding ground for cancer, so there are all kinds of things that you’ve likely been doing in your diet that you have to make a radical change if you’ve been diagnosed with cancer in order to recover from the cancer. Me personally, the first thing I do is I make a radical change in my diet, which I wouldn’t have to do, because I eat a clean diet, but if I were eating junk food and eating out, I’d radically change my diet. I would get on a number of supplements. I know we’re not going to plug SuperGreens Living Fuel that you have, one of your products, but personally my family takes it every day. I drink it, my wife drinks it, all my kids drink it, because we believe it’s that good of a nutritional supplement. So, you have to radically change your diet. You have to stop eating and consuming the foods that contribute to the cancer in the first place and then your next step is, because your body is toxic, you must do a full body detox. I believe that is one of the missing pieces of the puzzle that even a lot of alternative natural cancer researchers and doctors miss, is they do not do a full body detox. If you have cancer as a result of toxic overload, it only makes sense that in order to cure the cancer you must detox the toxins. A full body detox and then there’s a chapter in my book called Spoiled Rotten that details all the way from a colon cleanse to a parasite cleanse to a kidney cleanse to liver, gall and then a blood cleanse, all in a row. Once you’ve done that, you’ve detoxed the body, you’ve gotten rid of the toxins that were likely one of the factors that caused the cancer, you radically changed your diet and now you can be on the road to recovery.

KC: Even if you should decide to go with the chemo and the drugs and surgery.

Ty: Yeah.

KC: Even if that is a logical approach.

Ty: Yes, because if you clean up your diet properly, you’re going to begin stimulating your immune system and if you stimulate your immune system, then you’re going to be able to mitigate the damage that’s caused by chemo, because it will hurt your immune system while it’s killing the cancer cells.

KC: You know, I really am grieved oftentimes when I get an email or call from someone that says, my doctor said to stop doing the SuperHealth Diet during my chemo because it’s going to block the action of the chemo and whatever else.

Ty: That’s absurd.

KC: It’s absurd. In fact, some research I read said that the average life expectancy post chemo is 360 days in certain cancers, but when you have high nutrient dense with antioxidants it goes up to 3000 days, like ten times as long.

Ty: Yes, and why is that, KC? Because chemotherapy kills cancer cells, I will not dispute that. It also kills your immune system and if you can get on an immune stimulating diet, then the chemo can kill the cancer cells and if you can keep your immune system up, you can recover from it and live a long time, whereas without it your immune system may be devastated to such an extent that the chemo not only kills the cancer it kills you, too.

KC: I often say go ahead and skip super nutrition on the chemo days, but on the off days go back to hitting it hard or being extreme clean in your diet and so on.

Ty: Yes.

KC: These are really helpful tips. Now, the one thing that we left out on your side is that decision making process. These things are important to talk about no matter what way that they decide to go with their treatment options.

Ty: Right.

KC: And whether that be conventional, alternative, whatever the case may be.

Ty: Sure.

KC: So when they have a diagnosis and they only have to rely on the single doctor that made that diagnosis, what are the steps they can take to get some other information from people with the credentials to look at their specific situation and help them in the decision making process?

Ty: Well, to be honest with you, at that point you’ve got to already have done your homework. You’ve got to have done it before the diagnosis, because at the diagnosis time you are going to be in a tizzy, OK? Your world has just come to an end as you know it, and that’s not the time to begin getting informed, if you can have access to information like in my book or many other good books beforehand.

KC: OK. I’m agreeing with you 100%, but right now today somebody has received a diagnosis and they need help.

Ty: Right.

KC: And they don’t have your book yet.

Ty: Right.

KC: They’re going to get your book and they’re going to read your book.

Ty: Yes.

KC: They need an oncologist who understands, like the one we talked about yesterday that’s an MD, oncologist and a naturopathic oncologist.

Ty: Yes.

KC: A guy like that can give you input about it, yes, because oftentimes you hear this, “Hey there’s nothing we can do, but we’re going to do this anyway.”

Ty: Yeah.

KC: If your doctor says there’s nothing we can do, but we’re going to try chemo and radiation, even though chemo and radiation hasn’t worked in the literature, it’s really probably not the ideal path to take.

Ty: No.

KC: You’ve got to step back and understand it and if you want to go that route, then make that decision on your own, with some other counseling.

Ty: What they’re telling you in that situation, KC, is we’re going to try you as a guinea pig here, because I don’t think it’s going to work, but we’re going to give it a shot anyway and you’re the guinea pig, you’re the human guinea pig. That’s not acceptable to me.

KC: And many times, people get these treatments after the doctors say, “Go home, there’s nothing we can do for you.”

Ty: Right.

KC: And how often do these treatments happen at that point? Often.

Ty: Often, and that’s one of the issues is that if you have a compromised immune system from chemo and radiation, it’s going to be harder to treat your cancer than if you had not compromised your immune system, so the immune system, in my opinion, is the key. You’ve got to keep your immune system boosted, because that’s the natural mechanism that God gave your bodies to fight off disease.

KC: And those on chemo, oftentimes they die of nutritional deficiency.

Ty: Yes.

KC: Not of the cancer itself. Ty: Yes.

KC: Now, the chemo has made it so hard to eat and drink that they actually die of starvation.

Ty: It’s called the cachexia cycle. Their body wastes away and begins to digest itself.

KC: We have some cancer centers that told us that they’re taking SuperBerry and they’re making popsicles out of it in the freezer, and so the patients can actually take a Popsicle with SuperBerry and put it in their mouth. Because they have lesions in their mouth. They can’t put anything in their mouth, but that ice actually freezes the lesions and make them feel good and it gives them nutrients along the way.

Ty: That’s great.

KC: It’s really fascinating. We didn’t come up with that idea the cancer center did.

Ty: That’s great.

KC: But it’s really cool. Awesome information.

Ty: Thank you, KC.

KC: God bless you, brother.

Ty: God bless you, too.

KC: I sure hope you enjoyed it. God bless you and have a great day.

KC Craichy’s SuperHealth Podcasts: Cancer – Step Outside The Box (Part 2)

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Posted on 16th August 2011 by admin in Health Alerts |SuperHealth Podcasts

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KC Craichy interviews best-selling author Ty Bollinger about what started his quest to learn about ways to prevent and treat cancer.

Audio Transcript

KC: Welcome to LivingFuelTV. I’m KC Craichy. Cancer: Is it a death sentence? Today, we’re with special guest, Ty Bollinger, author of “Cancer: Step Outside the Box”. Again, the last segment was very, very interesting because we covered a lot of ground on the current way cancer is treated and some of the alternatives not really being known in the conventional circles. Now, let’s get a little more where the rubber meets the road, because basically everyone listening has some connection with someone that has a cancer issue if it’s not themselves. So, you had said an amazing World Health Organization statistic a moment ago…

Ty: One in two men, one in three women that are alive today will face a cancer diagnosis. It’s pervasive. It’s throughout society. Everyone has been touched with cancer.

KC: Everyone’s been touched. So, if you don’t mind dealing with a story of personal hurt for you, your parents died of cancer. Let’s go back to, say, your father. You didn’t know anything about this, you didn’t know anything that is in your book at the time. What happened, what was the chain of events, and what might you have done differently had you known what you know today?

Ty: Great questions, KC. To be honest with you, I had initially intended to write a book just about my father’s 25 days from diagnosis to death, and it was so painful to go over it that I had to wait three or four years after he died to begin writing because I couldn’t even think about it. By that time, I’d forgotten so much that I didn’t have enough information for a book so it’s the first chapter of this book. You really get to know my father. He was diagnosed. He had been having stomach pains for several weeks. He was a man of almost perfect health, we thought. He ate right. He knew about hydrogenated oils and a lot of the stuff that are really cancer causers before all this happened. He was just learning all these things when he was diagnosed. We thought he was the picture of health. As a matter of fact, three weeks before he was diagnosed, he went out – he was a basketball player – he had 100 free throws in a row in his backyard having cancer. The guy was amazing. I miss Dad. He was an amazing man. He was diagnosed July 1st, 1996, and 25 days later he died. They did do a total gastrectomy. They took out his entire stomach. They went in for what they thought were gall stones and the doctors came out several hours later and said his stomach’s full of cancer. We said, “What do we do?” And they said, “The only thing we can do is cut it out.” So, we let the doctor cut it out. Basically, over the course of the next 25 days, dad bled to death. He had 18 or 19 blood transfusions over the next three-plus weeks.

KC: So, let me ask the question, did your Dad die of cancer?

Ty: No. Adenocarcinoma is listed as the cause of death, I believe, on the death certificate. No. He didn’t die of cancer, he died from the surgery to fix the cancer.

KC: Which is unfortunately often the case.

Ty: Yes.

KC: Many people die of complications from treatments, but they don’t really die of the original cause.

Ty: Right. That’s exactly what happened to my father. He died from the surgery to remove the cancer. I firmly believe if I had known what I know now, if I’d known it then, I would have told the doctor, “Sew him back up. We’re not going to take out his stomach. We’re going to begin treating it naturally.” That’s what we would have done differently. We would have begun to detox his colon because I know he had a toxic colon, and we would have begun to do a full-body detox on him. We would have begun boosting his immune system. We would have begun using a supplement. If we had super greens then, LivingFuel SuperGreens, I would’ve started using it then. It’s a great immune booster. Those are the different things that we would have done then if he had the knowledge. We didn’t have the knowledge, sp we went with the conventional doctors. They were doing the best they could. They were going with the knowledge they had, and it didn’t work.

KC: As we know, there’s no real silver bullet for cancer in a product or anything. Obviously, at the end of the day all healing comes from God.

Ty: That’s right.

KC: Let’s back up a little bit. Let’s say you go back to that situation now, and you don’t have all of this knowledge of the alternatives, but you do have all the knowledge you have now with regard to what questions you might ask the doctor. So, a lot of times this happens. People are in an emergency situation and the doctor comes out and says we have an emergency, you have to act now. How does one find out if this is a today life-or-death emergency or is it “Hey, I’m in there anyway, I need to deal with it while I’m in there?” How do you find out? What questions do you ask and what resource do you find? What doctor can you call and say, “Hey, what do I do here? They’re saying it’s an emergency and they need an answer right now.”

Ty: In the book I have a list in the appendix of clinics where there are natural and holistic doctors that are available for you to call and consult with. So, that would be something I would do differently now. If there was somebody in our family now, I’ve got a list of doctors I can call who are going to look at cancer from a holistic perspective that you can talk to.

KC: “Doctor, I need a few minutes. I’m going to go in here and pray, make a couple of phone calls, and just trust the Lord for that one moment of time and get some wisdom as to which way to go.”

Ty: Here’s the key, KC. You’ve got to have the knowledge before you go. That’s why I think this book is so important. It gives people knowledge on not just how to treat cancer but how to prevent cancer, how to stay healthy to start with. If they are diagnosed, they know what questions to ask in order to get a proper treatment course that’s in line with what they believe, in line with how they want to treat their cancer, whether it’s conventionally or holistically, they have the knowledge to do so. If you wait until afterwards to be empowered with the knowledge, it’s too late because now you’re going to be ramrodded by the conventional wisdom.

KC: For the viewers out here who are dealing with this, because we have people obviously right now who have just had a test and the doctor says, “We suspect and we want to do further tests.”

Ty: Sure.

KC: We’ve done many programs here on the dangers of medical radiation and the overuse of CT scans and PET scans and all these things and even mammogram. We’ve seen in the literature that this actually can spark, speed up the cancer.

Ty: Yes. Monica and I were just talking about that earlier. Mammograms cause cancer.

KC: There’s a place for it. That’s the point. There’s a place for those kinds of things, but the overuse of these things is extremely detrimental.

Ty: Advanced thermography, by the way, is the better option than mammograms.

KC: We’ve done shows on that, so we agree with you on that. The point I’m trying to say is that what do people do, what are the questions that they ask? Now, they’re in the situation, they have a suspected diagnosis or even an actual diagnosis. They’ve listened to the person that’s going to give the treatment. That’s one thing. If the investment guy is trying to sell you a stock, you don’t just listen to him and buy stock from him. You get a second opinion and you weigh your options and you do your research.

Ty: If you have a diagnosis of cancer, it’s likely from a biopsy or they’ve done some kind of marker testing to see how elevated certain levels of hormones are in your body. There are certain other markers they test for cancer. You’re going to be able to get your hands on those tests, and you’re going to be able to fax or scan those to some doctors who are holistic. You can say, “Here’s what’s going on. What can you recommend for me? Could you treat this?” These are not quack doctors. These are medical doctors.

KC: There is the gentleman from Sloan-Kettering who went off and did his own cancer options, Ralph Moss. He has a great report.

Ty: Yeah, the Moss Report.

KC: Any kind of cancer you have, you call Ralph Moss and pay him a certain amount of money, he’ll overnight you every treatment for that particular cancer and the success rates and so on.

Ty: He’s one of many that you can consult with.

KC: That is the kind of information you have to have because that is clinical information that you hand your doctor and he cannot argue with. It’s really important that people have information. They’re not just going to go to the Internet and print something out because it could be wacky.

Ty: That’s the problem with the Internet.

KC: You have these credible people. He was the head of Sloan-Kettering Cancer Institute. There is this guy and others who you point out in your book. If you can get a report on the medical and alternative ways to treat a certain particular kind of cancer and you know the success rates of each and who’s doing it, then you can make an informed decision.

Ty: Exactly.

KC: It’s awesome. We’ll continue with some more techniques and how to deal with certain situations in future segments.

Ty: That sounds great, KC.

KC: I hope you enjoyed it. God bless you and have a great day.

KC Craichy’s SuperHealth Podcasts: Cancer – Step Outside The Box (Part 1)

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Posted on 15th August 2011 by admin in Super Health |SuperHealth Podcasts

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KC Craichy interviews best-selling author Ty Bollinger about the impact of cancer on his family and what his research taught him about the power of natural treatments for the disease. Ty’s story is compelling and touching – a story you may well be able to relate.

Audio Transcription

KC: Welcome to Living Fuel TV. I’m KC Craichy. Few things strike fear in the heart of man more than the diagnosis of cancer, or the potential diagnosis of cancer. Today, we have special guest, Ty Bollinger. Ty, God bless you. Welcome.

Ty: Thank you for having me, KC. I appreciate it, brother.

KC: My pleasure. Ty is the author of a book called, “Cancer: Step Outside the Box.” This is an important book, Ty, because it has a story. This is not just scientific research, or going and doing research. You had a crisis in your life. Tell us the story behind this book.

Ty: Sure. It is. It’s a book of a story of my parents. My parents were both diagnosed with cancer. The first cancer diagnosis was my father in 1996 on July the first. He died 25 days later. That’s what began my cancer research journey. Several years later, my mother died of cancer. The purpose of the book, for me, was to honor my parents. They both died of cancer. I began to research alternative, natural, holistic type treatments for cancer, and I realized there’s a lot of treatments out there that people don’t know about. I literally did thousands of hours of research, and I wanted people to have the benefit of that research, so I compiled it into this book. I guess the two main purposes of the book are this: number one, to honor my father and mother. I’m a Christian, and God says honor your parents. I thought there was no better way to honor mom and dad than to put their stories in my book. The second reason was to put this information in the hands of people that may have had a cancer diagnosis so that they can have the knowledge to make an informed decision about which way they’ll go with their treatment.

KC: When they typically go into a typical scenario, they’re told you have this sort of cancer and you’ve got to start treating it right away with this, and not told of any alternatives.

Ty: Yes. The typical scenario is you’re diagnosed with cancer. The doctor says you’ve got to start chemo, radiation and/or surgery. We’ve got to cut it out immediately; otherwise, you’re going to die. Not surprisingly, that strikes fear into the heart of the person that has that diagnosis. The doctor, who they’ve been taught to believe, has just told them that they’re going to die if they don’t do what he says. His only options, that he’s been taught in medical school, it’s not his fault, it’s just what medical schools teach, chemo, radiation, surgery, the big three, what I call them in the book, the only options for cancer. The truth of the matter is there are lots of other options for cancer that are natural. God’s made numerous herbs, vitamins, minerals, plant foods, phytonutrients that selectively target cancer cells that are a great option for people that have had a cancer diagnosis. Unfortunately, like my parents, most people don’t know about them.

KC: Well, most oncologists are well-meaning individuals who are trying to save people’s lives.

Ty: Yes.

KC: A lot of people are raising money for these causes because their heart is trying to help people.

Ty: Yes.

KC: But the thing is that while doctors, by law, have to give you your alternatives, they are not required to go outside the standard of care to give alternatives. That’s why, when you go on the Internet, one of the most searched things are cancers and cancer therapies and so on and so forth. While there’s a lot of charlatans out there, there are, like you say, legitimate therapies that people have been healed of cancer without chemo and radiation in numerous… Obviously, all healing eventually comes from God.

Ty: Yes.

KC: Any honest doctor will tell you they don’t heal anybody, they just try to set the body up so that it can heal itself.

Ty: Correct.

KC: So, that’s the whole thing. With chemo, the goal is really – and radiation – to kill off the invader before you kill off the host.

Ty: Which, oftentimes doesn’t happen. Oftentimes, you kill the host, the person, first. I’m glad you mentioned that about oncologists and doctors. I want to make it clear, and it’s very clear in the book but I still get accused of being anti-doctor. I’m not anti-doctor at all. I think that, as you mentioned, most doctors have a heart for their patients. They want to help them. They want to heal them. The problem is they’ve just been taught the wrong thing. If you’ve been taught the world’s flat, it’s not your fault that you think the world’s flat, it’s the person’s fault that taught you that because you’ve been taught a bad protocol. Oncologists don’t know about a lot of these treatments in there, so it’s not their fault.

KC: I have to say, I do know a lot of them who are exceedingly interested in these kind of things.

Ty: Yes.

KC: In fact, there’s a lot of doctors who’ve bought your book. I’ve seen a lot of the reviews from doctors about your book. They have a thirst for this kind of knowledge, but in the conventional realm, there is no way to teach these kind of therapies.

Ty: They’re not taught. Yeah.

KC: So obviously, there are certain things that one needs to go through in order to make the body more resistant to these kind of invaders.

Ty: Correct.

KC: In my book I talk about a thing called angiogenesis. I talk about three different processes, four, actually, glycation, inflammation, oxidation, and angiogenesis. Really, through nutrition and lifestyle factors, you can really control a lot of these factors which disease progression is based on.

Ty: Yes. Angiogenesis, real quick, is a cancer tumor forming blood supply.

KC: Yeah. Actually, angiogenesis is designed to be good in the body. If you twist your ankle …

Ty: When we’re relating to cancer, it’s bad, though.

KC: Exactly. When it hooks in a nutrition supply, then you’ve got a big problem.

Ty: Then, you’ve got a tumor that’s alive.

KC: So, I think what you’ve put out here is this is not a book about your knowledge of what’s going on out there. This is a book about the… I read one of the quotes in here about that standing on the shoulders of geniuses is how you really find information out.

Ty: Yeah.

KC: The works in here have a lot of power and a lot of success in treating cancer. I look forward to getting into some of those, but also into teaching the people more about how to prevent the onset of disease in their lives.

Ty: That’s the key; prevention is the key. Modern medicine does not prevent disease. The focus is to treat the symptoms that are caused by the disease. Real health comes from preventing disease, from being proactive in your health, not treating the cancer after it’s already devoured your body, but being proactive so that you’re never diagnosed with the cancer to start with.

KC: Exactly.

Ty: Prevention’s the key.

KC: You mentioned a study to me, yesterday, I believe, about oncologists that wouldn’t take chemo.

Ty: Yeah. It was a study that was done at McGill, McGill Cancer Clinic in Toronto, Canada. I believe Toronto, it may have been Montreal, but it’s in Canada. They did a study about 15 years ago. Oncologists were surveyed discretely, privately, of course. Would they or their loved ones submit to chemo if they were diagnosed with cancer? Of 63 or 64 oncologists that were surveyed, I think 58 said no. Over 90% of the oncologists said they would not take the chemo. These are the professionals that know all there is to know about these drugs and they won’t take them themselves. That should tell you something about the toxicity of chemotherapy. Another thing we were talking about briefly yesterday is I get emails from doctors and oncologists that want to know what to do to treat cancer from me because they don’t know and they won’t do the chemo.

KC: Right. The thing is, it’s not my goal, and I don’t think it’s yours, to tell the viewers what to do about their cancer.

Ty: No. I want to give them an option to read.

KC: Give them information. The thing is my people perish for lack of knowledge.

Ty: Isaiah, yeah.

KC: I would suggest that any time you have a disease that you have been diagnosed with that you do your own research. Listen to what the doctor has to say, because he has some expertise in the area, but there is more expertise that he has not been exposed to that you need to input before you make a decision.

Ty: It’s your decision. That’s the key. The book is not to tell people what to do. If somebody emails me and says, “What should I do to treat my cancer,” I won’t tell you. Not my job, not a doctor, I can’t prescribe medicine. I will tell you read the book and you’ll get some knowledge, then you can choose yourself.

KC: Right.

Ty: It’s all about having the knowledge to make an informed decision.

KC: Well, I look forward to the next segment, brother.

Ty: Thank you, KC.

KC: God bless you.

Ty: Appreciate it. God bless you, too, brother.

KC: I hope you enjoyed it. God bless you, and have a great day.