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Re: Too overwhelmed to fight illness

I didn't find your message too hard to wade through. I think your humor will probably help you survive. Anyway, I'll just give a few ideas, though I would admit that many of your tendencies sound pretty close to mine. I also have tons of food intolerances , and continue to think that I can drink alcohol. Though I think if I just had low-sugar alcohol, and relatively rarely, it probably wouldn't matter.

Just to say what I think is the most hopeful dietary plan, and which you could watch testimonials about on YouTube, it's macrobiotics (the videos are labelled "Diet Saves Their Lives"). Also, I read the book by Elaine Nussbaum, "Recovery From Cancer", which was excellent. It might only be available used, like from the Alibris site.

I can't eat gluten, and many other things, like dairy. I just got back from visiting relatives for a week, and I ate all the typical whitebread crap, and the upshot was very swollen ankles, a lot of food and alcohol cravings, a swollen gut, etc. I had been eating macrobiotic for two months, though with mainly the exception of stimulants now and then.

I think people who eat a lot of oils and meats don't realize that the craving for alcohol, and things like tobacco and drugs, are made much worse by these foods. Anyway, sometimes food itself has to be limited in order to begin to taste good again. I noticed that I--who most of my life from about age 20-40 was devoted to being kind of a gourmand--do not mind at all eating macrobiotic, because I'm actually hungry now,and the vegetables and grains taste good.

Anyway, if you really think that you have cancer, I would check out the YouTube videos. They're really inspiring. Also, in case anyone makes note of the fact that Michio Kushi died of cancer (a big proponent of the diet in the U.S., but not necessarily honest adherent of the macrobiotic diet), it must be noted that he was a smoker.

Well, I hope you decide to keep an open mind to whatever direction your health inquiries might take you in. I'm not in a position to jump up and down with joy about finding a cure, but I made big strides in improving my digestion and seeing food somewhat differently so far, on this diet. Good luck.

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