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What you are about to read is exciting to me – but it comes with a single drawback, one which I refer to as, “let us ignore all those who came before us…”. I began to work with Dr. William D. Kelley, D.D.S., M.S. in the late 1980’s. I was trained by him to administer teaching and guidance for cancer victims – and in fact worked with many of the afflicted from all over the world. Kelley is considered one of the modern day pioneers in this field and is recognized as such along with other names in the advancement of true cancer cure, Max Gerson, Otto Warburg, Nicholas Gonzalez (one of Kelley’s most significant students), Bryzinski, Hulda Clarke, Johanna Budwig, Royal Rife, Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer (and others) – and one very dominant name – that of Dr. John Beard – from whose writings of the early 1900’s took Kelley down the path to further study and expand on the main topic of this posting – Metabolic Disease. If it were not for the work of Beard and subsequently Kelley with his significant advancement in this field – we would still be light years behind where we are today. It has just taken the modern “experts” to catch up with the work of these two pioneers – yet neither receives the credit where due.~ Jeffrey Bennett, Publisher
Metabolic therapy, which includes a ketogenic diet, has been shown to prevent and treat many cancers, including “incurable” late-stage cancers
Cancer has become Americans’ No. 1 health concern. It is easy to understand why. Fifty percent of men and 41 percent of women will develop cancer during their lifetimes. But what if you didn’t need to fear cancer because you knew it was a metabolic disease that you could treat and recover from like other conditions?
Did you know that according to the American Cancer Society over 1,600 people die every day from cancer in the U.S.? That’s over 600,000 people each year. And when you include the entire world population that number climbs tenfold to over 7.6 million. Think about it. What if that many people died each day from Zika, or Ebola or polio? Continue reading