Vitalising Immunity - Healing Cancer


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Written 2008. Latest Update Oct. 2014




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People thrive when their needs are fully met in pleasant environments. People may wither and die when they are deprived of what they need, and when they are immersed in what is harmful to them. The same things apply to cancer cells. Like other things in nature, cancer cells have likes and dislikes. It turns out, as one might expect, that vibrant healthy cells have very different likes and dislikes to cancer cells. So the question naturally follows, how can we deprive cancer cells of what they need, and immerse cancer cells in what is harmful to them?


Inadvertently, some people have grown to love what cancer cells love. Not good! Lots of people engage in many forms of self-harm. Lover’s of life love what is good for them – what makes them thrive. They engage naturally in what is good for them, and enjoy doing that. People may be supported to thrive. There are three things we can do to clear cancer cells from our bodies as well as keep our bodies clear. These three things turn out to be simple things we can easily do.


We can:


o   Stop Feeding Cancer Cells

o   Harm and Break Down Cancer Cells, and

o   Rejuvenate Normal Healthy Cells


Processes to Stop Feeding Cancer Cells


What feeds cancer cells?


Cancer Cells Love


o   Disaccharide Sugars

o   High Phosphate and Nitrogen Environments                                                                           

Cancer Cells are Nitrogen Traps

o   Certain Fungi and Mould

o   Degenerated Blood

o   The whole body being over-acidic and oxygen-starved throughout




            `                                               Degenerated Blood

What Cancer Cells Don’t Like


o   The absence of disaccharide sugars

o   Low phosphate environments

o   Environments high in pacifirens (anti mould and anti fungi agents)

o   Very healthy blood




                                                   Very Healthy Blood




What Cancer Cells Don’t Like (cont’d)


o   Environments with adequate:


o   Citric Acid

o   Lactic Acid - fermented Food such as Sauerkraut

o   Alkaline - (refer later)

o   D17 – Amygdalin (present in LifeColloid)

Other Sources of D17: all fresh fruits and vegetables

(except Bananas, Pineapple and Raisins) – especially bitter almond available from health food shops- from Hunza Region apricots





How Do We Deprive Cancer Cells of What They Love and Rely On

And Give Them What They DON’T Like?




Let’s explore vibrant health. Maintaining healthy cells and rejuvenating cells.


For us to have this, the ideal balance in foods should be 5 parts calcium to 2 parts phosphate.


Healthy Cells Love this.


Cancer Cells whither and die on this mix of 2 parts phosphate to 5 parts calcium to.


The trick is to avoid foods high in phosphate


Lifefood has this 5 parts calcium to 2 parts phosphate.


NonLifefoods have very high phosphate


Lamb Beef & Chicken (around 200 parts phosphate to 1 part Calcium)

Note:    This ratio is very far from 2 parts phosphate to 5 parts Calcium

             This later ratio has Cancer Cells withering and dying


Avoiding Disaccharides Sugars


Avoid eating the following foods containing disaccharides:


Carrots           Corn               Dates

Oats                Potatoes        Rice

Wheat            Pineapple      Dates

Bananas        Raisins


Heating milk to pasteurise it also generates disaccharides – therefore do not use dairy milk


Milk replacements:


Use Almond Milk or Coconut Milk as a replacement


Minimal or no wine and alcohol (also contains disaccharides) though be kind to your self. Alcohol is a solvent to sugars that can go straight to blood raising insulin and blocking human growth hormone.


Cancer cells are Nitrogen Traps


High nitrogen and phosphate in meats of all kinds



Fibrolytic Enzymes Break Down the Covering of the Cancer Cells


Lifefood (refer later) is a source of Fibrolytic Enzymes

Prolonged heat-based cooking kills these Enzymes - hence use LifeFood Cooking Methods (refer later in these notes)


Sources of Fibrolytic Enzymes:


o   Lifefood


o   Another major source is Lumberkinase found in Lifecolloid)


Pacifirens: Anti-Fungal & Anti-mould




Fruits & vegetables (except those in the ‘do not use’ list in this paper)


D17 Amygdalins


Heating Lifefood destroys D17


Sources of D17:


o   all fresh fruits and veg (except those mention in this paper)

o   bitter almond from health food shops

o   Hunza region apricots


Making Blood Healthy


Using natural occurring paciferins from the Lifefood fruit and vegetable list

for reducing fungi and moulds


Increasing Citric Acid – lemon juice


Increasing Lactic Acid – fermented Food such as Sauerkraut


Increasing Alkaline – White Gold

                                      Sodium Bicarbonate

                                      Maple Syrup (has zinc) mixed with Sodium Bi-Carb

                                      Electrolytic Lemonade (see below

                                      Epsom salt (Magnesium Sulphide)


Recipe for Electrolytic Lemonade

Original recipe:

3 organic lemons, yellow skin removed, white pith intact

3 tablespoons organic extra virgin coconut oil

1 organic pear or apple, cored

1 teaspoon sundried Celtic Sea Salt

6 cups amazing fresh spring water

6 tablespoons raw honey, maple syrup, or liquid stevia

Blend all ingredients together–and enjoy!


Some LifeFoods – What to eat





  • All fruit - except dates, bananas, pineapple & raisins



          Almonds and other nuts

          (except cashew and peanut)















  • Quiona
  • Millet
  • Amaranth


Green and Red Peppers







Silver beet

Snow Peas

wild rice



Sweet Potato (modest amounts only)







  • Buck wheat
  • chia seed
  • Flax seed
  • Pumpkin seed
  • Poppy seed
  • Sesame seed
  • Sunflower seed


Replacement Milk


  • Almond-Milk
  • Brazil nut milk plus vanilla
  • Coconut Cream
  • Coconut Milk




Fruit Juices - separate or mixed



Add honey (made from trees and fruit tree, though not honey made from grasses

Use replacement milks

Lifefood yoghurts (additional info later)





Soup Base:


Sweet – honey

Alkaline –  apple cider vinegar, lemon, lime or pomegranate

Salt – sun-dried Celtic sea salt

Acid – lemon juice

Oil - Cold Pressed Extra Virgin Olive Oil


Then add to taste from the ‘What to Eat’ Column




Non-Lifefoods - What to Eat Less of, or Not Eat


All dairy, including  milk, cream, and cheese

All meats, especially chicken (very high in phosphates)


Beans - like mong beans and broad beans




Dairy foods: milk, butter, cream, cheese




Green string beans

Individual beans like broad beans






Sugar (white and brown)




Wine and Alcohol (though be kind to self and okay to use in moderation





Castor Oil Pack




  • Increase micro-circulation
  • Reduces inflammation
  • Opens up lymphatic system


3-4 castor oil packs a day



place Castor Oil on some folded flannel cloth about size of a hand, such as a baby napkin and hold it around tummy area


Place on upper and lower right and left abdomen

Place Glad Wrap over it to seal in the heat

Then put hot water bottle on it

Keep on 40 minutes




Another Way to Keep Blood Healthy - Upstream Cleansing



Cell Cleansing Through Upstream Cleansing


Looking for healthy blood? Looking for wellbeing, vitality and longevity?


Here are some simple and revolutionary ways to cleanse and rejuvenate all of our blood cells, as well as all the other cells throughout our whole body!


Firstly, use upstream cleansing, not downstream. An illustration to get a feel for this - it’s obviously impossible to clean a toxic river by starting at the river mouth. We must start at the toxic source. Otherwise, the river will be constantly contaminated from the toxic source down.


Most of the present internal body-cleansing processes attempt to cleanse the body from the bottom up. They attempt downstream cleansing. They attempt to clean up where gunk accumulates, rather than where gunk starts. It’s little wonder they only ever have limited success.


Another illustration to get a feel for this – an excellent method to ensure a corporation that’s a chronic water polluter, stops polluting (when it requires pure water in its own process) is to require that corporation discharge its ‘water’ upstream of itself. This way ecology is woven into their process.


Similarly, to keep our body clear of toxins – we can do things that keep our body’s ‘water’ system ‘clean’; clean all the way from start to finish! For robust health, weave ecology into our way of life. Let bodily ecology become habitual. Let thriving become a way of life.


So how do we start doing this? Let’s identify the streams to keep clean. The blood, lymph and body fluid is some of the essential ‘water’ of the body. Think of these as the body’s streams.


The liver is the organ that cleanses this ‘water’ of all the unwanted and toxic debris. Our liver deposits this into our intestinal tract to be broken down by symbiotic intestinal life colloid. The toxic debris is then swept out with the excretion of faeces.


The top of the water systems in the body – the ‘watershed’ - is the bile bladder and the liver.


So, next we’ll have a look at simple ways to flush and cleanse the liver and bile bladder.



Emptying and Cleansing the Bile Bladder - the Trash Can of the Liver


Have you heard that bile occlusion (insufficiency of bile) is an unrecognised worldwide epidemic? Most all dis-ease arises from poor bile flow. Bile occlusion is responsible for most all physiological challenge of our cells’ ability to continually rejuvenate.


Imagine the body as being like a kitchen table that has dishwashing liquid and scraps on the tabletop.


The liver is like a kitchen sponge - one of those large block-shaped ones. And imagine this is the only tool we have for cleaning the kitchen table.


In an ideal situation, the kitchen sponge is dry. We just have to place it on top of the table and it starts soaking up what’s there. It uses capillary action. Water is immediately absorbed off the kitchen table and flows directly into this dry sponge.


What sort of kitchen sponge would be useless? Imagine a particular kitchen sponge that is already sopping wet; full of water, and having a plastic bag around it. In its present state this sponge is completely useless for cleaning table tops.


Suppose stones start forming in the bile bladder and the sinusoid region of the liver (the bile collection areas within the liver).


This looks in some way like that sopping wet kitchen sponge wrapped inside the plastic bag. It can’t be emptied. It can’t mop up anything from the ‘kitchen table’.


Let’s look at what bile does.


When bile is flowing nicely, the acid churn from the upper stomach is neutralised. Also, necessary enzymes are activated. These help breakdown nutrient for better absorption, allowing the digesting of carbohydrates and fats.


The alkaline bicarbonates released through bile’s proper flow assists to eco-sterilise our digestive system. It stops the build up of harmful Lifecolloid as spoor, bacteria, mould, fungus, and yeast.


Now it can be seen that all disease can be assisted to be resolved by emptying the liver; allowing it to cleanse the blood - and put simply, to have cell rejuvenation.


Hearing about Cell Rejuvenation is like you’re becoming an engineer/architect and applying knowledge of physiological structure directly – like you’re looking and tapping on the pipes and listening to the sound; checking and getting a feel for where pipes could flow better.




                  bile stones1



12 Day Liver Flush




Amounts are for someone of Raymond’s height and weight. Would need to be adapted for other people



Flush Days are days 4 8 12


Preparatory Days 1 2 3  5 6 7  9 10 11


Preparatory Day Process:


12 tablespoons a day of olive oil in food


litre and half electrolyte lemonade recipe

coconut milk


1 teaspoon castor oil 4 times a day - may need more for 4 loose bowel movements


Have Lifefood soups


1 teaspoon Epsom salts 4 times a day (moderated a bit as necessary) dissolved fresh squeezed apple juice


Add one teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda to

Lemon juice as fizzy drink 4 a day


Pain free in 4 days






On Flush Days - Process


Electrolytic lemonade AM  and Noon and

sodium bicarb


Castor oil

If food necessary then take soups

to minimise bile flow to 2:30PM


Abstaining from solid food aids identification of stones in the stool


At 2:30PM


For person of Raymond’s height and weight


hydrate blood with tea in the morning




Have half teaspoon Life colloid wet thoroughly with saliva


Mix together 250 mils of oil olive oil with 

125 mils lemon Juice


Place together in bowl and sip


  • Stay warm
  • Lay on right side to go to sleep
  • Use nose breathing


Take castor oil and Epsom salt


If hungry have some soup

Though have little or no solid food

- so can more easily look for stones in stool


Around 3am Bile is released – may feel shift in bowels in morning 8-9am


Expect loose bowel, though different sensation to diarrhoea


Motion can be held onto for 9 hours+


Typically, no gripe type pains


On Preparatory Days typically feel small stones passing through anal sphincter and see the stones in the stool


On Flush Days many more stones are passed out of the body







For soups:


Shred food in a blender and have almost raw in soups – Use just brief high heat to soften



Little finger


Brief High-Heat toss-fry in olive oil



A copy of A & D Jubb’s ‘Lifefood Recipe Book’ may be found on EBay for around $29 including postage on the net.



This information has been educational - towards people having better ability over their lives. People do well to check what works in their own wellbeing experience - seeking wellbeing support from their social networks, and guidance from the health professionals in their lives.



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