Dr. Breusse Diet Cured Over 40k People and Can Kill Cancer Cells Die In Just 42 Days

The Breusse Anti-Cancer treatment is based on very exhaustive and rigid diet. This method of curing cancer follows the theory that solid food supports cancer growth, and it should be excluded from the diet. Please keep in mind that there isn’t scientific evidence which confirms that Breusse diet can cure cancer with success. Additional side effect can be malnutrition because this diet is mainly based on liquids.

The base of the Breusse diet is combo of special teas and juices, where the beetroot is the most important ingredient.  According to some statistics, there are more than 40.000 successful stories of curing cancer by this diet. The Breusse theory belief that by boosting your immune system and fasting your metabolism, cancer cells will die out of starvation.

Vegetable Juice

 You will need:
  • 55% beetroot
  • 20% carrots
  • 20% celery roots
  • 3% of potatoes
  • 2% radish

Note: Make sure that you are using high quality and organic ingredients.

Preparation

Put all of the ingredients in a blender and mix them until you get fine and homogeneous mixture. Drink this juice to feel full but not to “overdo it”.

Nutrients

Beetroot contains vitamin C, folic and pantothenic acid, vitamin B1, B2 and B6. It is also rich with minerals like: iron, sodium, zinc, potassium, magnesium, calcium, and phosphorus.

Betaine is active compound found in beetroot which has great antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It makes beetroot great against cancer and leukemia.

Breusse diet is very rigorous with strict set of instructions.  You shouldn’t combine anything but the prescribed liquids, where the maximum allowed amount of juices is about 16.9 oz a day.

He had strong belief that alternative medicine can be very effective against the cancer. As a evidence, Breusse was receiving thousands letters of thanks for 15 year which is confirmation that the diet works.

There are three book versions that explain the Breusse diet, but there is no evidence that the books are a bit edited or originals.

 

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