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Brain cancer treatment with a raw food diet: how it cured one girl!

Brain cancer treatment with a raw food diet: how it cured one girl!
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When 13-year-old Megan Sherow was diagnosed with an incurable form of brain cancer, she was inundated with a bevy of varying opinions and treatment options from several doctors. (1)

Not wanting to rush into decisions, especially ones that pointed in the direction of chemotherapy, Sherow ultimately chose to change her diet from the traditional high-protein American diet she always ate, to enjoying a raw food diet, comprised of fruits and vegetables. (1)

Her result after shunning chemotherapy and trying this alternative healing brain cancer treatment method is something she says is simply “amazing.” After a year and a half of eating raw foods, she’s not only in remission, but she has extreme amounts of energy that she never had before. (1)

In fact, Sherow says, “I didn’t know how little energy I had until I got so much all of the time!”, adding that she has ” . . . the energy and the health to do [it all] because of this diet.” (2)

Bananas and romaine lettuce are among her favorite foods!

Bananas contain alpha-carotene, beta-carotene, melatonin and lectin, all compounds that have been associated with fighting certain cancers, including brain, liver and oral. (3)

Romaine lettuce is an excellent food for overall health and as such, is listed on the World’s Healthiest Foods web site. (4)

Romaine lettuce is a very good source of vitamin C, folic acid, potassium and fiber, making it an ideal food for heart, colon and blood health. (4)

According to the American Cancer Society, a healthy diet for those diagnosed with cancer and wishing to seek alternative healing methods includes vegetarianism, juicing, and foods such as broccoli, tomatoes, shiitake mushrooms, grapes, and garlic. (5)

“The raw food diet really saved me,” says Sherow. (1)

Sources for this article include:

(1) https://www.youtube.com
(2) http://www.naturalnews.com
(3) http://foodforbreastcancer.com
(4) http://www.whfoods.com
(5) http://www.cancer.org

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