I bet I’m not the only one surfing the internet to find an alternative treatment for Hyperprolactinemia. But I am becoming more and more skeptic because a lot of what I read is not confirmed. Right now I’m trying out the Ketogenic diet but I’m in no means sure it will work. All I have to back it up is the theory that tumor cells feed on glucose. But I have only been able to find this on a theoretical basis. No real live examples. But it makes sense to me (maybe because I want it to?).
I consider myself fairly reasonable. I try to be as objective as I can when reading research and studies concerning Hyperprolactinemia. But I guess it’s impossible to be totally indifferent when something comes up claiming to cure ALL diseases. I’m right now very consumed by the idea of letting nature cure. No chemicals, just real nutrition dense food. That’s why, what I’m about to share with you made an impression on me; one I couldn’t quite shake off. Below is a quotation from the ‘Budwig Diet Guide’:
Don’t believe that cancer or any other chronic illness you have is some kind of alien growth from planet Mars. It’s normal body tissue that has changed and started to do something else. It’s not a strange alien virus from outer space that landed in your body! Nature is not a fool and therefore if she switches on a mechanism, she has a reason for it.
That’s exactly what I’ve been thinking. Why does Hyperprolactinemia occur? Is it just one of those things where the answer is ‘just because’? In school I spent a great deal of time outside the classroom because I couldn’t accept my math teacher’s ‘just because’ way of teaching. I’m convinced that the root of most diseases originate from malnutrition. Some react strongly and others don’t’. Some react in one way and others in another. But to accept that Hyperprolactinemia is in my DNA, I refuse to believe. It has to have been some kind of external influence.
Now the Budwig Diet is not something I’m trying to endorse, it just has some interesting features. Maybe it’s highly exaggerated (it claims to cure even AIDS…). But none the less it’s about ditching drugs and feeding the body real food enabling it to repair itself. Now that we like! On the website I found a testimony from a former patient who supposedly was cured of a pituitary macroadenoma.
A very good example would be tumors. Dr Budwig noted that “The formation of tumors usually happens as follows. In those body areas which normally host many growth processes, such as in the skin and membranes, the glandular organs, for example, the liver and pancreas or the glands in the stomach and intestinal tract—it is here that the growth processes are brought to a standstill. Because the dipolarity is missing, due to the lack of electron rich highly unsaturated fat, the course of growth is disturbed—the surface-active fats are not present; the substance becomes inactive before the maturing and shedding process of the cells ever takes place, which results in the formation of tumors.”
If you download the pdf you can find the original text. It’s primarily about curing cancer but also claims to cure almost everything else. And you know what, partly I have to agree. Because what it encourages is to eat a healthy diet. Some of the things I found a bit weird though, but what do I know! Maybe the Chi Machine can really balance the body’s energy and possibly the OTO Electro-Reflexologist is a great machine for blood circulation…