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Ketosis and cancer

naturowhat May 8th, 2015 (edited) 255 Never
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  4. lisealschuler
  5. Message 1 of 4 , Jan 16, 2014
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  7. Check out this great interview by Michael Uzick, ND of Dr. Thomas Seyfried in the Townsend Letter on the topic of metabolic dysfunction and ketosis as a therapeutic strategy.
  8. http://www.townsendletter.com/Jan2014/warburg0114.html
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  10. And be sure to register for the 2014 OncANP conference, where Dr. Seyfried will be one of our presenters. Speaking of which, the conference lineup looks great this year - this is one of the most advanced and mind stimulating conferences that I have attended. Plus, the Phoenix venue is awesome and the it is all around a great time!  You can learn more here: www.oncanp.org
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  12. Lise Alschuler, ND, FABNO
  13. Scottsdale AZ
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  16. Dr. Colleen Huber NMD
  17. Message 2 of 4 , Jan 16, 2014
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  19. Our clinic has done the largest and longest human study, an ongoing case series, that I can find on diet in cancer patients that addresses ketogenic diets and carbohydrate restriction diets.  Of the 317 cancer patients that came in to our clinic prior to July 2013 with a cancer diagnosis, these two strategies have been enormously beneficial for our patients, and have been in many ways a major determinant of survival and remission.  Calorie restriction was not found to be statistically significant in that same population.
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  21. Of the three papers we are writing on this topic, the first and longest is here.  One of the upcoming papers in the works is more specifically focused on details of diet in those same patients.
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  23. http://www.natureworksbest.com/pages/CancerPaper-2013.pdf
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  25. Colleen Huber, NMD
  26. Tempe, AZ
  27. Co-Founder and Secretary
  28. Naturopathic Oncology Research Institute (NORI)
  29. The views expressed herein may or may not represent the views of other members of ANRI/NORI.  For more information on ANRI/NORI, please see www.naturopathicstandards.org.
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  32. jacobschor
  33. Message 3 of 4 , Jan 17, 2014
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  35. I've reread your line a few times, and still find that I am confused:
  36. "Of the 317 cancer patients that came in to our clinic prior to July 2013 with a cancer diagnosis, these two strategies have been enormously beneficial for our
  37. patients, and have been in many ways a major determinant of survival and
  38. remission. "
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  40. Could you clarify what you mean?  I'm trying to equate enormously beneficial and detriment of survival without success.
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  42. Jacob Schor
  43. Denver CO
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  46. jacobschor
  47. Message 4 of 4 , Jan 17, 2014
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  49. Alas I see, I read this too early in the morning.  Sorry, my eyes weren't quite open at the time.
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  51. These dietary interventions may indeed prove to be among the more effective therapies at anyone's disposal.  I think this is why we are devoting so much of the oncanp conference to hearing both Valter Longo talk about fasting and chemo and Thomas Seyfried do his pitch for ketosis.
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  53. Joe Pizzorno's Journal, Integrative Medicine: a Clinician's Journal just did an interview with Valter Longo.  I'll see if I can talk them into posting the full text online for free.
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  55. Jacob Schor
  56. Denver CO
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