Mind Over Sports

Put Cancer Into Remission

Posted on: March 12, 2007

If you’ve been diagnosed as having cancer, here is a program you can follow to help you put your illness into remission. But remember, this program is not intended to replace treatment your doctor has prescribed. It is supplemental.

1. Begin a program of counseling regarding personal issues in your life that may be causing you stress.

2. Begin consuming massive amounts of beta-carotene, including fresh carrot juice. There has been some negative publicity regarding the effectiveness of beta-carotene, but the people generating that information are wrong. More than 200 scientific studies have shown that antioxidants, including beta-carotene, play a major role in preventing cancer and heart disease. But a few studies have received a great deal of media attention regarding the ineffectiveness of beta-carotene in preventing illness. These same studies also determined that people with high blood levels of beta-carotene at the start of the studies had a low incidence of cancer later on. Lester Packer, Ph.D., a leading antioxidant researcher, stated: “These results are consistent with the idea that foods that have high levels of beta-carotene, like fruits and vegetables, may be responsible for a cancer-protective effect.” The study that concluded beta-carotene wasn’t effective had included smokers who were still smoking ? which is an indication they really had not resolved their issues at all. So remember, huge amounts of beta-carotene . . . and drink as much fresh carrot juice as you can.

3. Begin eating foods that are good for you — such as raw vegetables, fresh fruit, broiled fish and certain meats. A diet therapy book is recommended at the end of this book that was originally written for arthritis patients, but has application for all illnesses.

4. Begin a program of physical exercise . . . even walking. You can start off slowly, and eventually, if possible, build up to a relatively fast pace, walking two miles a day. But start slowly, until your body becomes adapted to the faster pace.

5. Begin getting as much natural sleep as you can. And you’ll notice I said “natural sleep” — not sleep induced by sleeping pills. A lack of sleep has been found to affect the immune system.

6. Begin being completely truthful regarding your feelings, and begin bringing unresolved issues in your life to completion.

7. Get yourself involved in some type of charity work. Join an organization that helps needy families . . . become a volunteer . . . anything you can do to help others less fortunate than yourself. Organizations such as the Special Olympics will welcome your services as a volunteer.

8. Include in your daily schedule 20 minutes of meditation in the morning and 20 minutes in the evening, before dinner. And if you’re a spiritual person, certainly prayer will be a powerful tool for you. In his book, Timeless Healing, The Power And Biology of Belief, Dr. Herbert Benson, a Harvard Medical School professor, states: “We see so many healing practices that are associated with faith and belief. That doesn’t mean belief in religion is necessary to heal yourself, but for many people this kind of belief is the most powerful.”

9. Begin a consistent program of visualizing your T-cells attacking your cancer cells. This should be done with the use of meaningful music with appropriate lyrics.


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