A cancer cure diet does exist. At least it will for a lot of sufferers of the terrible scourge.
It's often goes on the name of "raw food diet," or "living food diet." And it works wonders among many who apply the growing body of evidence that a diet comprising all (or mostly raw foods) can help the body heal itself.
The medical community as a whole still rejects this idea. I've assume this rejection has to with reasons such as professional pride, business/profit ties to industries such as the pharmaceutical market, and a "cultural consensus" embedded within the medical community itself.
For example, most doctors immediately prescribe drugs when treating chronic disease. Such treatment is firmly established as protocol within the medical community, not because it's effective, but because this how the practice of medicine has evolved.
For most physicians, prescribing drugs to fight illnesses, including cancer and chronic diseases, is as natural as the air they breathe. This is an incredibly difficult mindset to question or challenge, especially for the sick person who is currently battling illness, hasn't gone to medical school, and is largely unknowledgeable about alternative health approaches.
More individuals are discovering, however, the nutritional approach for defeating disease. Does this mean patients should always shun medical doctors? Of course not. Does the nutritional path "always" work? No, of course not. But nutrition is often a far better route to health than simply filling one's body with toxic drugs in order to simply mask any symptoms of illness ... or kill healthy cells, right along with unwanted cancer cells.
So what does a cancer cure diet look like?
Cancer is a disease that is very much associated with pH level in the body. The less "alkaline" the pH level is the more likely cancerous cell mutations will thrive. But the more a body attains an alkaline pH level, the less likely cancerous cells can survive.
The notion a certain diet can affect alkalinity in the body is dismissed by many doctors. One even went so far as to write an article about this concept on the "Quackwatch" website: "You should not believe that it matters whether foods are acidic or alkaline, because no foods change the acidity of anything in your body except your urine. Your stomach is so acidic that no food can change its acidity. ... Dietary modification cannot change the acidity of any part of your body except your urine." - 1
But one research scientist countered on his website with the following response, "I would suggest [name of doctor refer to the following books: 1) Understanding Acid-Base, by Benjamin Abelow, M.D., lecturer in Medicine at Yale School of Medicine, and 2) Clinical Physiology of Acid-Base and..., by Burton David Rose, MD, Clinical Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, and Theodore W. Post, MD, Deputy editor, Nephrology. It is apparent that [name of doctor doesn't have an understanding of endogenous acid production, which includes, gastrointestinal acid production, respiratory acid production, cellular degeneration acid production and finally metabolic acid production. His statement that, "you should not believe that it matters whether foods are acidic or alkaline, because no foods change the acidity of anything in your body except your urine," is a statement of pure ignorance on the subject!" - 2
In my own reading I've discovered many of the natural substances in plant foods (along with their nutritional benefits to the human body) haven't really been discovered yet. This fact, combined with the reality that human physiology is incredibly complex, means there are a great many things physicians and clinical researches do not yet know about the benefits of eating a mostly raw, plant-based diet. So while the massive amounts of clinical data skeptical doctors keep demanding may not yet exist, they should at least admit that time and experience may yet turn the tables of opinion.
The benefits of a plant-based diet in relation to bodily self-healing are hinted at in the experiences of tens (or even hundreds) of thousands all around the world. After switching to a mostly raw, plant-based diet their diseases simply went away. For most of these individuals, it didn't happen right away. But it did happen.
A diet rich in mostly raw vegetables, fruits, nuts and freshly made vegetable juices and green smoothies can bring about pH changes within a body's tissues and bones. This would be one reason why those who turn to such a diet often see cancer disappear.