by Kay

First before I ask my question I cannot believe I found this site again. A few years ago it was like it fell off the face of the Earth. My sister or I could not even find away to order Natpro. We gave up trying and thought Natpro was out of business. Maybe someone could explain. Now as for my concern.My sister 58 yrs old has been diagnosed with endometrial cancer that has metastasized to the lungs. She is trying the natural route for cure. Should she be on progesterone?

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Oct 30, 2014
by: Wray

Hi Kay I don't know why you couldn't find us again, the site has never once been taken down. But I'm glad you have found us. I can't tell you yes your sister should be using progesterone, I can only give you the studies done on cancer and progesterone so you can both make up your minds. We do have a page on Cancer you could look through. But two outstanding studies have been done, which are enough to convince me if I should have it I would use progesterone, see here. And this article here and the paper here. The amounts used are very high, at least 2000mg/day. It would appear your sister is very short of taurine, a lack can lead to endo cancer, see here. Does she eat much fish and/or meat? If not she should increase the amount significantly, or take a taurine supplement giving at least 2000mg/day. Fish has the highest level of taurine, followed by meat. There is none in any vegetable, in fact none in the entire vegetable kingdom. It's only found in animal protein. I see you have given your email address which is good, I will send you an email listing numerous alternative cancer therapies I've found. None of them are 'quack' therapies, they are backed by sound science (progesterone is one 'alternative' therapy!). The page is in the process of becoming a page on our web site, but I haven't had the time to do it, so please excuse the format. One thing I would ask your sister to do is have a Vitamin D test done. Blood levels should be 70-100ng/ml or 175-250nmol/L, and not the 30ng/ml or 75nmol/L most labs and doctors regard as adequate. The minimum daily dose should be 5000iu's per day, although the latest research indicates it should be 10,000iu's per day, see here. The other is to start a Ketogenic Diet immediately. It reduces glucose levels to the barest minimum, and the body uses ketones for energy. It's a very high fat, moderate to low protein and very low carb. Cancer feeds off glucose, by reducing the level to almost zero it leaves nothing for the cancer to live off. The diet varies from a 4:1 ratio of fat to protein/carb down to a 1:1 ratio. For cancer the 4:1 should be followed, to give you some idea these are the ratios used……..
MCT oil 60-70%
Other fat 10-20%
Protein 20%
Carb 10%

Only the good fats should be used, i.e. MCT oil, coconut oil, butter, olive oil or macadamia oil. The first three are saturated fats, the other two mono-unsaturated fats. The best is the MCT oil, an extract from coconut oil. The body converts the fatty acid into ketones, in fact the brain does better on these than glucose. MCT oil forms ketones more efficiently than the other oils. It is laxative though, so if problems are encountered, use more coconut oil. Take care Wray

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