Father with terminal brain cancer destroyed tumor by cutting carb intake

Sunday, August 28, 2016
By Paul Martin

by: Vicki Batts
NaturalNews.com
Sunday, August 28, 2016

One British man from Wirral, Merseyside, has defied conventional medicine and beaten his cancer. After being diagnosed with a Glioblastoma Multiform 4 brain tumor in July of 2015, Dave Bolton took matters into his own hands. The father-of-two and former police officer claims that ditching carbohydrates and sugar in favor of protein and fat saved his life.

A Glioblastoma Multiform 4 (GBM4) brain tumor is often called “The Terminator” by doctors because of its low survival rates. Bolton was given a year to live after his diagnosis. However, after transforming his diet, his tumor began to shrink. This year, doctors say there is almost nothing left of the cancerous mass.

Bolton decided to eliminate all carbohydrates, sugar and most fruits and vegetables from his diet. Instead, he filled up on more meat, dairy and fat. His game plan to fight cancer is based on the principles of a ketogenic diet. Many people believe that following such a diet can help to fight cancer by cutting off the tumor’s primary energy source: sugar. Of course, many mainstream medicine practitioners do not agree with the diet, and insist that there is no evidence to support such a claim.

Bolton’s very existence, and the diminishing tumor in his brain, should certainly suggest otherwise. Mr. Bolton did also undergo surgery to remove much of the tumor, as well as chemo and radiotherapy, but he believes that his new diet, along with a host of other alternative and conventional therapies played a huge role in his recovery.

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