jts Posted August 14, 2016 Share Posted August 14, 2016 I look for results first, theories after. If you don't have results, I'm not interested in your theories. If you do have results and and your results are real, then and only then I might be interested in how you dunnit, your methods and theories. But here is a case that startled me. It is well known that fasting sometimes (not always) brings about autolysis of a -non-cancer- tumor, emphasis on non-cancer. Shelton saw this happen hundreds of times and says it has happened in Europe thousands of times. But never a cancer tumor. Shelton regarded cancer as irreversible, at least by fasting. He also said that 99 out of a hundred cases that are diagnosed as cancer are not cancer, so sometimes you will hear a story about a case of cancer reversing but maybe it's not true cancer. Sometimes a tumor will be part cancer and part non-cancer; in that case fasting might get it to shrink but not go away completely. The theory behind autolysis of a non-cancer tumor during a fast is very simple. During a fast (air and water and sleep and nothing else, no food) the body is consuming its own tissues because no food is coming in and there is nothing else to consume. If there is no good reason for the tumor to be there (toxins, nutritional problem, whatever), the body regards the tumor as non-essential tissue and therefore expendable and consumes it as a food source. But true cancer is different. I don't know what to make out of the following video. It sounds to me like bullshit. He tried to get this case in a peer reviewed journal. Maybe the peers will be gullible enough to accept it. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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