Cancer is a disease that has existed as part of human history for thousand of years. In the past 100+ years, the number of people dying annually from cancer has almost tripled from 64.0 per 100,000 in 1900 to 185.9 per 100,000 in 2010. The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) estimated that there were 19.3 million new cancer cases diagnosed and 10 million deaths in 2020 worldwide.
We are dedicated to understanding the root cause of cancer.
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The ketogenic diet focuses on eating high-fat foods, moderate amounts of protein, and few carbohydrates, which encourages the body to enter a special metabolic state called ketosis. In ketosis, the body shifts from using sugar for energy to using ketones, which come from fat.
A major advantage of the ketogenic diet is its effectiveness for weight loss. By cutting down on carbohydrates, the body begins to use its fat stores for energy, which leads to weight loss. But weight loss is just one of the possible benefits. The impact of a ketogenic diet is being explored in several health conditions.
We explore some of the available research in the following four areas.
In 2013 Alison was diagnosed with a terminal malignant brain cancer with an average survival time of 6.8 months. As of this interview in 2023, Alison is thriving after adopting the Metabolic Approach to Cancer, Health & Life.
Local therapeutic strategies in breast cancer management are essential for patients with contraindications to surgical interventions. We explore the use of laser ablation, Photo-Dynamic Therapy (PDT) , and Sonodynamic therapy (SDT) to ablate a superficial breast lesion, accompanied by metabolic optimization to improve treatment outcomes.