In early 2012, I started to see some chatter online about the ketogenic diet as a potential anti-cancer diet.I’ve understood for many years that different diets work for different people, and I was intrigued by the ketogenic diet for cancer.But through the struggle, Ethan found his voice as the megaphone for a generation of young adults with cancer.He has served as spokesperson for numerous organizations fighting for cancer, including Stand Up to Cancer (SU2C), Livestrong, Gabrielle's Angel Foundation, First Descents and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.In 2005, he was voted Campus Activities Magazine’s ‘Rookie Speaker of the Year’.When Ethan first heard those three words -- "you have cancer" -- He knew his life would never be the same.
She started out with a group of friends, but when you’re a recognizable rocker it’s hard to keep up.
At that time there were no other sites (at least none as large as this one) talking about the ketogenic diet and how it may help cancer patients. Despite the zealous promoters of it, some of whom I have great respect for, my opinion of the ketogenic diet has changed.
It started with several long phone conversations and email exchanges I had with cancer healing expert friend who was adamant that the ketogenic diet did not work in healing cancer long term. Linda Isaacs MD have had remarkable success treating cancer patients with a non-toxic nutritional protocol that incorporates some Gerson principles along with the late Dr.
For her, the union—and its demise—will be forever linked to her fight with breast cancer, as she was diagnosed just one week after their honeymoon.
Bif says she can’t pinpoint the final straw, but she knows that’s when the problems began.