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Whenever we put up information on alternative treatments that have not been properly/Scientifically tested, we receive a few angry emails.
They say" we are trying to prevent people with cancer from getting effective treatment".
That is really not what we wish to do.
What concerns us is that potential treatments, like these on this page, are often sold for a great deal of money. And people with cancer can be vulnerable. It is understandable that patients or relatives will try anything if they think it might work. And that people really do want to believe that they work. But some alternative 'therapies' are just money making businesses targeting people who are sick and very vulnerable.
Our message is
Be careful
Make sure you look into all the information that is available
Talk to your own cancer doctor before you buy

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Beta-carotene exhibited a radio-protective effect among 709 children exposed to radiation inflicted by the Chernobyl nuclear accident. For example, the Chernobyl accident showed that irradiation increases the susceptibility of lipids to oxidative damage and that natural beta-carotene may act as an in vivo lipophilic antioxidant or radio-protective agent (Ben-Amotz et al. 1998). Therefore, using beta-carotene following radiotherapy may reduce the tissue damage caused during treatment.

Beta-carotene, perhaps the most controversial of the family of carotenoids, has come under attack several times in the past few years. For example, smokers who received synthetic beta-carotene (as a prophylactic) in the CARET study had a higher rate of lung cancer and death than smokers not supplemented. In fact, the study was terminated by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) because of the widespread discrepancy between the two groups. The CARET study is not new, but because it still concerns beta-carotene users, we will attempt to explain the unexpected results of the study.

Dr. Packer described the subjects as "walking time bombs." Many were victims of asbestos exposure or heavy smoking. The form of beta-carotene selected for the study (synthetic versus natural) was also cited as another possible explanation for the negative outcome.

Dr. Leo Galland, M.D. (practitioner and director of the Foundation of Integrated Medicine, New York City), also explains that high-dose beta-carotene (25,000 IU a day) administered to smokers results in a particular pattern of metabolism (Galland 2000). The process is orchestrated as cytochrome p450 enzymes (Phase I detoxification system) are summoned into action by tars in cigarette smoke. As beta-carotene is acted on by cytochrome p450, oxidized end products are formed, as well as toxic derivatives.

Simultaneously, vitamins C and A, as well as glutathione, are depleted, severing antioxidant protection. This sequence can damage DNA and increase the likelihood of lung cancer, particularly in an environment with initially high oxidative stress, a profile common to smokers. Without full spectrum antioxidant support, the single dose of beta-carotene produces an oxidative environment rather than one of protection. (Comment: As one free radical is neutralized by an antioxidant, another oxidant may be formed. It is well established that vitamin C can serve as a pro-oxidant through the formation of ascorbyl radicals. It is also known that this radical is quenched by vitamin E to yield a tocopheryl radical, which in turn is reduced by the conversion of glutathione to glutathione disulfide. Thus, the full spectrum of antioxidants is preferable, rather than emphasizing single antioxidants.)


Beta-carotene is largely considered nontoxic even at high doses; for example, some nonconventional cancer therapies recommend large amounts of carrot juice. One large glass of carrot juice can contain 100,000-200,000 IU of provitamin A or carotene. The problem with carrot juice is that it is loaded with fructose (sugar). Cancer cells feed on sugar, and drinking carrot juice may induce an insulin spike that could potentially fuel cancer cell propagation.


Cancer patients should consider natural beta-carotene supplements in lieu of carrot juice. Suggested phytonutrient dosages are from 9-20 mg of sulphoraphane, 10-30 mg a day of lycopene, and 15-40 mg of lutein, along with a mixed carotenoid blend that includes alpha- and beta-carotene. A product called PhytoFood Powder provides potent amounts of sulphoraphane, while carotenoid extracts are available in a variety of encapsulated preparations. Note: What Should the Cancer Patient Eat, appearing later in this protocol, contains a discussion regarding the value of sulphoraphanes in the diet.

Beta Carotene SN0403 $NZ14.44--- 25.000 iu 100 softgells (aprox $US9.95)

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Alpha Lipoic Acid 200mg 60t SN 0395 $24.05
Beta Carotene SN0403 $14.44
beta glucan 30t SN1758 $31.11
Bromelain 600Gdu-Gm 500mg 60T SN0906 $13.23
EllargicActive 30 SN1629 $23.11
Essential Enzymes 60c SN0659 $14.85
Essential Fatty Acids 60 SN1384 $19.13
Essential Fatty Acids 120 SN1385 $29.72
Feverfew 100t SN 0209 $19.13
Graviola $25.07
Inositol Hex 100gr SN1366 $19.52
Inositol Hex 200gr SN 1367 $30.11
Cordyceps 60t PF0432 $15.56
L- Arginine 100t SN 1279 $16.68
L- Arginine 200t SN1688 $24.41
Life Force 60t SN765 $29.95
L-Lysine 500mg 100T SN0139 $12.58
L-Selenomethionine 60T SN0922 $12.58
Lycopene 15mg 30sg SN1290 $21.98
Modified Citrus Pectin pwd 100gr SN $34.19
Modified Citrus Pectin pwd 200gr SN0702 $56.19
MSM 60t 1000mg SN1288 $15.09
NAC 100t 1000mg SN0169 $24.83
NAC 100t 600mg SN0850 $17.84
NAC 200t 600mg SN0967 $26.31
NAC 200t 1000mg SN0170 $39.89
Niacin 100mg 100T SN0501 $10.70
Optizinc Zinc Monomthn 30mg 60T SN0847 $11.37
Potasium Iodide 32.5mg 60t SN1623 $14.83
Potassium Chelated 99mg 100T SN0320 $12.06
Quercetin 100t SN1690 $35.90
Quercetin 50t SN1689 $22.42
Co -Q10 100mg 60c
SN0875 $48.39
Resveratrol 60t 500mg SN1011 $32.36
Resveratrol 30t 500mg SN1010 $21.08
Saw Palmetto Extract 160mg 60sg SN0441 $16.25
Theanine Serene 60t SN1775 $19.52

Thymus Extract 20t SN1519 $48.04

Tonalin 60 SN0949 $22.39

Tonalin 90 SN1537 $27.67

Transfer Factor SN1815 $16.32
Tumeric Extract 95% Curcim 100t SN0089 $23.42
Tumeric Extract 95% Curcim 50t SN0088 $19.87
Vit A 200t SN 1792 $14.96
Vit A 100t SN0828 $10.69
Vit C 16oz SN0092 $30.98
VIT D 100t SN1791 $11.37
VIT D 200t SN1792 $14.09
Vit E Succinate 400iu 100T SNO482 $20.88
Vit K 100t SN1449 $12.41
Vit K 200t SN1450 $16.26
Wellness Formula 45T SN0021 $21.08
Ginger PF0417 $19.83

Cancer cells hide after Chemotherapy and Radiation

After the initial doses of radiation and/or chemotherapy, cancer cells start hiding.
" They develop a slime coating, and they become like Stealth bombers, and they can hide from future doses of radiation and chemotherapy. This is why repeated dose of radiation and chemotherapy become less effective".Dr. John Maras, Nu-Gen Educational Library.

" The way to get rid of this "slime coating" is to use large doses of plant and animal enzymes- especially bromelain and pancreatin. This allows an 'access point' for the immune system to attack the cancer cells".....Dr. John Maras, Nu-Gen Educational Library

What doctors say about Chemo Therapy ?




"The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don't do anything about it."
Albert Einstein

A Sad day for Alternative healing

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