Yesterday, 12:26 PM
Well when I made this thread I dont even kow if i had started treatment..
Anyway, none of the medical staff are schooled in naturopathy so no they dont say to avoid anything... They want you to eat calories no matter the source - candy, McDonalds, fried chicken, etc.. doesnt matter.
In the infusion center they will have candy, cookies, fruit juice etc.. and while most of those things are bad and help feed cancer (And I used to think it outlandish that a chemo dr would give candy to patients) I now understand that its not really so bad once youre undergoing allopathic treatment.
I stayed on an anti-cancer diet for 7 weeks while the doctors were figuring stuff out and i got my paperwork in order.. and in that time the cancer didnt grow at all (and I lost 60lbs)).. now eating nothing but vegetables 24/7 isnt the healthiest nor tastiest diet but it did what it needed to do. But once I knew I was going to undergo allopathic treatment I had to go back to a regular diet because I felt the anti-cancer diet would interfere with the treatment.