Lowering/blocking serotonin is therapeutic for cancer

One of the few studies that is brave enough to point the finger directly at serotonin as a tumor-promoter. Mainstream medicine has acknowledged that serotonin has a growth-promoting effects, but only in one specific tumor – carcinoid syndrome – and refuses to admit that the same growth-promoting mechanisms may manifest in other tumor types as … Read more

For most individuals, the risks of keto diets outweigh the benefits

The title is the actual conclusion of the study, in the authors’ own words. Among the diseases they claim keto diets cause are colon cancer, CVD, kidney disease, liver disease, Alzheimer Disease (AD) and…diabetes! If there is one disease keto diets are supposed to help with preventing and even treating, that is diabetes. The very … Read more

Achilles heel of cancer discovered – its lack of CO2

Several years ago I posted about a study demonstrating that an Achilles heel of cancer had been found – i.e. its addiction to fat (not glucose, as doctors and media continue to mindlessly parrot). https://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/805681 As my readers know from my other posts and various podcasts, excessive fatty acid oxidation (FAO) translates into lower CO2 … Read more

Doxycycline can CURE melanoma in humans

A great study and perhaps the first that confirmed in humans the already well-known anti-cancer effects of the tetracycline antibiotic family. Considering the almost complete ban on the word “cure” scientific journals have bestowed on cancer-related publications using non-mainstream therapies, the fact that this article/study was allowed to utter it speaks volumes by itself. Unfortunately, … Read more

Loss of mitochondrial function (OXPHOS) induces de-differentiation (cancer)

The study only focuses on the lymphatic system and its cells, but the principle is general and has been observed in other organ/tissue cells. The most obvious example is cancer – no matter which organ it occurs in, the tumor is composed of de-differentiated cells not unlike the stem cells from which all other tissues/organs … Read more

Blocking cortisol may treat terminal pancreatic cancer

Recently, I made a post about some truly amazing results in treating terminal cancer patients with the glucocorticoid/progesterone antagonist Mifepristone (RU486). Some of the cases were stage 4 and possibly terminal. Now, a new case study below reports possibly curative effects on a confirmed terminal case of pancreatic cancer using 200mg daily dose of RU486. … Read more

Vitamin D can force cancer cells to differentiate back into normal

Danny and I already discussed this topic on a recent podcast, but I decided to post the studies anyways, considering how important the topic is. While progesterone and testosterone are the most well-known differentiating factors in humans, the role of vitamin D has gone largely unnoticed. The studies below demonstrate that vitamin D is a … Read more

Even mainstream medicine admits many claims about sugar are myths

It is always nice to see when a outpost of mainstream medicine tries to set the record straight on something as controversial as refined sugar. My personal favorites are the myths on sugar and causal links to diabetes / cancer. Apparently, there is solid evidence those links are myths. Yet, every doctor I ever met … Read more

PUFA are potent immunosuppresive agents

Just a quick post for all those PUFA/fish-oil lovers who keep sending me hate-mail about the “incredibly beneficial” omega-3, and even omega-6 (e.g. some athletes/bodybuilders tout arachidonic acid as a natural “anabolic agent”). As the study below discusses, all PUFA, but especially omega-3, are about as potent as glucocorticoids in inducing T-cell death. Modern medicine … Read more