Ovarian cancer is a form of cancer that begins in the ovaries (the reproductive glands of a female). According to the National Cancer Institute, about one in 57 women will develop ovarian cancer.
The Budwig Diet
Biochemist and cancer expert Dr. Johanna Budwig found that the blood of many cancer patients lacked phosphatides and lipoproteins. According to Dr. Budwig, by getting a sufficient quantity of these important ingredients, you can not only prevent cancer, but also cure it. Dr. Budwig recommends a diet of flax oil and quark (a European version of cottage cheese).
In a 2006 study, researchers at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center found that ginger caused ovarian cancer cells to die. According to the researchers, ginger caused cell death at a similar rate to that of the most common chemotherapy drugs. The benefit of using ginger over chemotherapy is significant. Ginger does not have any known side effects and patients would be unlikely to develop a resistance to ginger (as many develop to the drugs used in chemotherapy).
According to Dr. Cedric F. Garland of the University of California San Diego, women who are frequently exposed to sunlight have less of a chance of developing ovarian cancer than women who live in colder, less sunny regions. Dr. Garland notes that Vitamin D pills are an alternative to moving to a sunnier region.
According to Dr. Budwig, certain foods can boost an individuals "vibrational energy." This in turn makes an individual better equip to fight off various cancers. These include fresh, organic foods. According to Dr. Budwig, you should stay away from hydrogenated and fatty foods, which can have the opposite effect. You can find a list of high vibrational foods at the link below.
Ovarian cancer is a very serious condition. According to the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance, approximately 20,000 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer and about 15,000 die from it every year. Moreover, only 46 percent of women who are diagnosed with ovarian cancer live with the disease for more than five years. While research suggests that some natural remedies may prove beneficial, there are no natural remedies that unequivocally cure ovarian cancer. Thus, if you have ovarian cancer, it is best to seek advice from your medical doctor before deciding what the best treatment plan is for you.