ECIWO differentiation Promoters and                     Cancer Diet

I wish to stress the importance of a high protein diet while recovering from cancer. The protein is required as the body rebuilds itself. Not doing so could result in failure. 

Also a good diet with plenty of vitamins and minerals will help the healing process be easier.

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When the embryo is formed, every new limb, organ, tooth, and even hair undergoes the embryonic process in its formation.

The embryonic process of developing from the first cell division through the cleavage and morula stages, and beyond, is repeated in the development of every organ, limb, etc.

According to ECIWO (Embryo Contains Information of the Whole Organism) theory, a cancer is an embryo-like cluster of cells stuck in between the cleavage and morula stages of development.

The group of cells is undifferentiated in a jumbled mass, just as an embryo in the morula stage.

Anti-cancer drugs and therapies aim at killing or removing the undifferentiated cell cluster. However, in the sad experience of many patients, these therapies may promote new cancers to develop.(metastasis) 

ECIWO theory has a different approach to cancer therapy. Rather killing the cancer, it seeks to stimulate the cancer to develop beyond the cleavage/morula stages of embryonic development, causing it to normalize.

Certain plants and animals have greater amounts of hormones that stimulate cellular differentiation.

The exterior appearance of plants indicates greater or lesser amounts of these substances. Saw tooth edged leaves, compound leaves, hairs, thorns, and tendrils, indicate greater differentiation than simple smooth leaves.

Plants that spread naturally by tillering, or have rhizomes, runners, or tubers, also indicate greater ability to differentiate.

The lower, fast growing animals, such as snails or scorpions, or their products, such as shed snakeskin, are used in traditional Chinese medicine for cancer treatment.

Plants that spread naturally by tillering, or have rhizomes, runners, or tubers, also indicate greater ability to differentiate.

The lower, fast growing animals, such as snails or scorpions, or their products, such as shed snakeskin, are used in traditional Chinese medicine for cancer treatment.

Liver also shows a relatively strong capacity to induce differentiation.

To better utilize ECIWO differentiation promoter foods and the cancer diet, the foods should be uncooked when possible.

Have you noticed that most of the alternative cancer diets include many of the ECIWO differentiation promoter foods? 

The following is a suggested list of foods that show good potential.

Cancer diet foods:

Group I: Asparagus, bamboo shoots, beans, blackberries, broccoli, cantaloupe and melons, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celery, Chinese cabbage, coriander, cucumber, cumin, dates, elderberries, garlic, ginger, grapes, kale, mushrooms, onion (especially bunching onions), parsnips, peas, peanuts, pineapple, potatoes, purslane, radish, raspberries, rutabagas, shallots, soybeans, sprouts (most any type will do), squash, strawberries, sunchokes, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, turmeric, turnips, and watermelon.

Group II: Chicken, liver, escargot, fish, liver, sea cucumber, shrimp, and shellfish.

Group III (These have relatively weak anticancer differentiation properties): almond, apple, apricot, mangosteen, orange, peach, plum, soursop, sunflower seeds, and whole grains.

It is interesting that traditional Chinese herbs used for cancer treatment also show these same differentiation promoter characteristics.

Some Chinese herbal medicines used in cancer treatment:

Agrimonia pilosa, the Astragalus family, Cimicifuga foetida, Dianthus superbus, D. chinensis, Geum japonicum, Glycyrrhiza uralensis, Hemerocallis fulva, Patrinia villosa, P.scabiosaefolia, Portulaca grandiflora, Smilax glabra,Solanun lyratum, and Sophora subprostrata.

ECIWO acupressure combined with a diet rich in differentiation promoters could be of great help in overcoming cancer once the emotional distress have been cleared. 

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