She Drank Carrot Juice Daily For 8 Months, The Results Are Astonishing
According to cancer researchers, an estimated 589,430 people will die of cancer in the U.S., and 1,658,370 new cases of cancer will be diagnosed by the end of 2015.
More and more people, rather than enduring potentially deadly radiation treatments, are opting for alternative medical treatments. One of those alternatives is herbal medicine. According to the Mayo Clinic, some of the alternative and complementary treatments people use during recovery include acupuncture, massage, and hypnosis.
Other health experts focus on the dietary aspects of healing the human body and ridding it of disease. Many recommend removing sugar and processed foods from the diet and increasing consumption of raw foods. Foods such as broccoli and blueberries, as well as the spice curcumin have been shown to contain cancer-fighting agents like resveratrol.
Carrots contain falcarinol, which experiments using lab rats has proved to be effective in fighting cancer. Cancer survivor Ann Cameron performed an experiment of her own, with shocking results. After having surgery for stage three colon cancer in June, 2012, a CAT scan in November 2012 revealed stage 4 colon cancer that had metastasized to her lungs.
Rather than undergo the painful chemotherapy advised by her oncologist as a first resort, she decided to reserve that option as a last resort instead. Meanwhile, without telling her doctor, she began an 8 week daily regimen of drinking a quart of freshly squeezed carrot juice. After 8 weeks, another CAT scan revealed that the growth of the tumors had been arrested and that they were in fact shrinking.
This allowed her to further postpone chemotherapy. For the next six months, she continued her daily consumption of the juice of 5 pounds of carrots each day, with few exceptions. A CT scan in March showed no new growth and further shrinkage of the existing tumors. Another CT scan in July showed no evidence of cancer at all.
When she finally told her doctor about her carrot juice regimen, the doctor wasn’t surprised. Doctors, while aware of the cancer-fighting properties of natural foods, are prevented by threats of malpractice suits from recommending them for treatment.
Ann Cameron credits her miraculous recovery to a combination of carrot juice, having been in relatively good health when newly diagnosed, and the positive energy of friends and loved ones. She hopes that her case will inspire further studies.