- Updated on November 1, 2020
By Dr. Artour Rakhimov, Alternative Health Educator and Author
Cancer Natural Treat that Reverses Even Stages 3/4: PKD/Carnivore Diet and Buteyko
This video below provides an explanation of how to overcome the deadly effects of radiation and chemotherapy on low carb diets (such as PKD, carnivore, zero carbs, etc.).
January 2016 update. One of my pupils, a breathing practitioner from Denmark, Misha Sahkaroff, recently applied keto diet and breathing retraining achieving complete clinical remission (disappearance) of large brain tumors, Glioblastomas, in all 3 breathing students who followed his treatment (that included Amazing DIY breathing device, Buteyko method, and keto diet), within several months. Starting with about 10 s for the morning CP, these students get up to 50-90 s for their CP numbers! Breathing retraining and keto diet are very powerful methods to be used for cancer treatment. These results with more details will be added to my books and web pages.
What are the causes of cancer? What are the conclusions of research studies? Are there any successful alternative natural therapies for cancer treatment? You probably know about Dr. Tullio Simoncini (Rome, Italy) who uses baking soda or sodium bicarbonate as a cure or alternative treatment of cancer tumors. This is probably the most effective Western method for cancer. Can baking soda cure cancer? How can sodium bicarbonate influence tumors? What are the key causes of cancer? All these questions are investigated in this YouTube video that you see on the right side.
Video: Cancer Treatment and Causes.
Natural cancer treatment is possible only if we have a clear understanding of what causes this disease. Once the cause is removed or altered (improved), we can expect disappearance of the tumor. The suggested new cancer treatment therapy is based on breathing normalization. Consider medical evidence.
Breathing frequency of cancers patients with dyspnea at rest
*One row corresponds to one medical study/publication
|Medical norm||–||12||Medical textbooks|
|Dr. Buteyko norm||–||8||Buteyko, 1991|
|Cancer with dyspnea||10||23||Bruera et al, 1993|
|Cancer with dyspnea||9||26||Mazzocato et al, 1999|
|Cancer with dyspnea||20||28||Coyne et al, 2002|
|Cancer with dyspnea||11||42||Clemens et al, 2007|
|Cancer with dyspnea||14||39||Clemens et al, 2008|
|Cancer with dyspnea||20||20||Travers et al, 2008|
|Cancer||20||19||Travers et al, 2008|
References: Cancer breathing
Contemporary books, internet sources and articles on Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis do not provide clear causes and solutions to these digestive problems. As a result, people with IBD are mainly busy with endless changes in their diet and the daily use of probiotics and/or other supplements.
One of the main problems is that people with IBD do not know all triggers that creates GI flare-ups. These triggers include mechanical factors (such as poor posture and bending forward), roughage (large fiber particles) in foods, chemical substances (including essential oils, acids, and spices) and many more (even sleeping positions).
This Amazon Kindle book provides a systematic overview of these hidden triggers and also focuses on valuable symptoms of Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis that reflect the degree of GI inflammation and their state of the gut. One of such symptoms is increased urination. This symptom is also missing in common Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis books.
Here are the links to the Amazon Kindle version of the book (Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis) version or paperback (Crohn’s Disease and Colitis: Hidden Triggers and Symptoms) version of this book.
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Do cancer patients have ineffective breathing? Yes, breathing rates of cancer patients is an independent predictor of their survival (Chiang et al, 2009; de Miguel Sanchez et al, 2006; Groeger et al, 1998). Those who breathe more do not benefit from any cancer treatment, die sooner or have lower survival rates. Read more about breathing parameters in terminal cancer …
How and why does ineffective breathing of cancer patients reduce oxygenation of their body cells and the efficiency of cancer treatment? During normal breathing human blood has 98-99% O2 saturation. Hence, over-breathing cannot increase blood oxygenation tp any significant degree but decreases carbon dioxide Read more…
So what: less carbon dioxide and less oxygen in cells. Do cancer patients need oxygen in cells and tissues? Since the times when Nobel Laureate, Dr. Otto Warburg many decades ago discovered that cancer is based on cell hypoxia, hundreds of new studies have found the same. Read more…
|Ok, if carbon dioxide is so beneficial for cell oxygenation, is there any evidence that cancer patients can benefit from extra CO2? Numerous studies and trials proved that additional CO2 improves oxygenation and perfusion of tumors. Read more about Carbogen and CO2 effects on cancer.|
Hence, medical evidence indicates that cancer patients breathe more than medical norms and, as a result, have less CO2 in body cells causing reduced oxygenation of their tissues. This will promote the development of tumors, while supplemental CO2 improves blood supply and oxygen delivery to malignant cells. Now we can suggest a possible answer to the question “What causes cancer?”. However, in order to find an effective cancer cure, let us consider the influence of risk lifestyle factors and any cancer clinical trials that involved breathing normalization or breathing retraining.
|Can tissue pollution affect our breathing? Presence of toxic substances (medical drugs, carcinogens, tobacco smoke, etc.) in certain organs of the body intensifies respiration (our outer breathing) due to stress on the immune system and organs of elimination (the kidneys, liver, skin, etc.). Hence, breathing will be deeper (increased tidal volume) and heavier (greater minute ventilation).||Lifestyle factors and their interactions with breathing. Our breathing reacts to any changes during our interaction with the environment. Hence, there are numerous lifestyle factors that influence breathing. Some lifestyle factors can intensify breathing 2-3 times, while we usually do not notice these changes.|
Cardio-respiratory parameters of terminal cancer patients (their heart rate and respiratory frequency) are predicted by 1960 Buteyko table of health zones, as a group of Spanish doctors from Madrid revealed in their study “Palliative Performance Status, Heart Rate and Respiratory Rate as Predictive Factors of Survival Time in Terminally Ill Cancer Patients” (de Miguel Sanchez et al, 2006) published in the Journal of Pain and Symptom Management. Read more …
Metastasized breast cancer clinical trial: Fivefold reduction in 3-year mortality for breathing normalization group. One hundred twenty patients with metastasized breast cancer participated in this controlled study published in Oncology Journal (Kiev). Read more …
According to clinical experience of Russian and Ukrainian medical doctors, the Buteyko method can reverse earlier stages of cancer (stages 1 and 2), while there is a definite improvement in the quality of life for patients who have cancer in stages 3 and 4. For further information, go to Self-oxygenation breathing therapy for cancer treatment.
Important May 2019 Update. A fantastic news related to cancer treatment. We now can reverse even stages 3 and 4 with PKD (paleo keto diet) or carnivore diet and breathing retraining.
YouTube Video: Natural Cancer Treatment with Diet and Breathing Retraining – Part 1 of the Interview by Dr. Artour Rakhimov with Misha Sakharoff (below):
YouTube Video: Treat Cancer with Diet and Breath (Buteyko Breathing Retraining) against brain glioblastomas- Part 2 of the Interview (below):
Chiang JK, Lai NS, Wang MH, Chen SC, Kao YH, A proposed prognostic 7-day survival formula for patients with terminal cancer, BMC Public Health, 2009 Sep 29; 9(1): p.365.
de Miguel Sanchez C, Elustondo SG, Estirado A, Sanchez FV, de la Rasilla Cooper CG, Romero AL, Otero A, Olmos LG, Palliative Performance Status, Heart Rate and Respiratory Rate as Predictive Factors of Survival Time in Terminally Ill Cancer Patients, J Pain Symptom Manage. 2006 Jun;31(6):485-92.
Groeger JS, Lemeshow S, Price K, Nierman DM, White P Jr, Klar J, Granovsky S, Horak D, Kish SK, Multicenter outcome study of cancer patients admitted to the intensive care unit: a probability of mortality modelJ Clin Oncol. 1998 Feb; 16(2): p.761-770.