Cancer, Nutrition, and Healing: A Personal Odyssey
by Jerry Brunetti
Jerry Brunetti was diagnosed with non- Hodgkins lymphoma approximately ten years ago. He consulted several doctors and oncologists and carefully studied his options and had lots of tests done so he knew exactly what he was dealing with. The oncologists told him that without chemotherapy he had six months to two years to live. After careful consideration he decided to try something that had a better chance of working. About five years later he made this video, in which he still looked very much alive even though he didn’t follow all the expert advice he was given. That was about five years ago. I saw him in person a couple of months ago at our last conference and he still looked very much alive. So how did he do it?
He took a very broad spectrum approach that included detoxification, nutrition, herbs, low-dose naltrexone and life-style improvements. One of the things the tests revealed was high levels of mercury, so carefully removing amalgams containing mercury was a priority. He also took steps to deal with other heavy metals.
Another component of his protocol was hyper-immune milk. Without going into too much detail, he infused his blood into a healthy cow which then developed immune factors in her milk to deal with any pathogens in his blood. He then drank her milk.
While I wouldn’t necessarily go along with every detail of his protocol, it is very good overall and I won’t argue with success. It is a pleasant relief to see a cancer video that recognizes the importance of good fats and animal foods, in contrast to the pile of videos that tell us to eat like rabbits. THUMBS UP.
This article appeared in Wise Traditions in Food, Farming and the Healing Arts, the quarterly magazine of the Weston A. Price Foundation, Spring 2010.🖨️ Print post
Trent Schmierer says
Maybe worth noting is Jerry used a cow that e
Was grass fed only.