Taking the blood type into account, a cancer diet is specifically formulated to provide nutrition to the body and its functions while denying nutrition to the tumor. Patients with tumoral activities are in a state of cachexia (i.e., their bodies degenerate and lose protein and organ mass while the cancer grows). What is cachexia? It is a process of cellular destruction. which occurs because tumor cells are stealing nutrients from the body. We know that tumor cells grow in dextrorotation, meaning that the DNA rotates to the right as the cells reproduce. Subsequently, we starve the tumor while nourishing the healthy cells with nutrients and medications that rotate to the left. Some examples are levulose acids switched to the left side, lipids with a negative polarization, and glucose that rotates to the left. All these substances nourish the body, not the tumor. Cancer patients need more nutrients, proteins, carbohydrates, lipids minerals, vitamins, and enzymes in their diets than do noncancer patients because cancer cells take and monopolize all the nutrients from their bodies. The cancer cells grow through the process of fermentation. They don’t need oxygen to survive, and they milk all the glucose and proteins from the body and produce lactic acid. Cancer cells can starve a body for months. Cancer cells switch the pH (acid/alkali balance) in the patient’s system and create a positively charged environment in which to grow. Cancer cells have cycles: the pH in the body, normally alkaline, changes to acidic when cancer cells need to nourish themselves to grow. The body’s internal environment is changed and the cancers growth aided. At the same time, the body’s immune system is prevented from functioning because a protective gel is formed around the tumor cells. Cancer cells create specific receptors to attract nutrients and specific carriers to grow and spread within the acidic pH. They connect and attach themselves to normal cells and rob them of their nutrients. Cancer cells also switch electrical impulses within the bloodstream. Cancer cells are positively charged. and red blood cells are negative. Once the cancer cells steal all the nutrients from negatively charged, noncancerous cells, they slough them off and attract more red blood cells. BREAKING THE CANCER CODE – 74 In the normal body, the pH cycle from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. is usually acidic, and from 3:00 to 10:00 p.m., it is alkaline. Then it switches back sometime in between. Cancer therapy must be given when the patient is in the acid phase. Any therapy we give during this specific time will attack the tumor while it is attempting to grow. Nontoxic medications and nourishment for the noncancerous cells are given from 3:00 to 10:00 p.m. while the cancer cells are less active. Cancer patients especially need to get all their nutrients from the best sources that do not contain any chemicals or preservative. The goal of using diet as a cancer therapy is to diminish the levels of harmful chemicals and carcinogenic agents that could adversely affect the DNA of the healthy cells, to give support to the cells to get well, and for the immune system to function normally.