Cancer fighting porridge

When my father got cancer a few years ago, I dove into some extensive research to learn about alternative cures.  They revealed that the cause of cancer was basically a toxic overload of the body (although some people are more susceptible than others), so the cure was to detoxify the body.  My father did all these things and his cancer went away, without radiation, without chemo, without surgery.  In 6 months it was gone.  He was seeing a Naturopathic doctor that lived near him and supervised his diet and all “treatments”.

  1. No sugar (sugar feeds cancer)
  2. No alcohol
  3. No  coffee
  4. Less meat, fruit and grains, more veggies (veggies alkalize the blood)-fruit and grains are high in sugar-veggies high in sugar are potatoes, carrots, sweet potatoes, so should be eaten in moderation.  We’re talking green, especially leafy green veggies
  5. Essiac extract
  6. wheat grass shots
  7. colon cleanse via hydrotherapy
  8. more organic raw food (raw foods contain enzymes needed for healthy digestion, foods grown without chemicals reduce your toxic load)
  9. less stress
  10. more exercise, including yoga, walking and weight lifting

So when my father looked at this diet, he said, “But what can I have for breakfast?”  This recipe was my response to that:

Cancer Fighting Porridge

1 cup sprouted wheat berries

1 cup home made kefir

1 tablespoon flax seed meal (freshly ground)

1 teaspoon beet root powder

Soak 1 cup wheat berries overnight in water.  Pour off the water (some people with cancer will drink it, they call it rejuvelac) and put the wheat berries into a colander.  Pour water over the wheat berries 2x a day until they sprout (will take about 3 days).  This will make more than one cup of sprouted berries.  Take 1 cup of the sprouted berries and combine with the kefir, flax seed meal and beet root powder.  Blend in your blender and pour into a bowl.  It will be a pretty pink and will be naturally sweet.

Published by Morganic Permaculture Farm

A 30-acre permaculture farm near Fife Lake, Michigan, operated and facilitated by Stuart Kunkle. Utilizing and filtering through permaculture ethics and principles the raising of pastured, non-gmo supplemented, heritage pigs, chickens, rabbits, goats, sheep, ducks, and quail.

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