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Budwig Diet Health Topic
    Budwig Diet Health Topic
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    Budwig Diet Health Topic

    Budwig researched the theory that a low oxygen environment would...encourage the proliferation of cancerous cells.2 She developed an anti-cancer protocol based on her findings. There are two parts of the Budwig Protocol that are used concurrently. One...is a blend of something containing high amounts of sulfur proteins (e.g. quark, goat cheese, etc.), and flax seed oil...the other...is a special diet. Dr. Budwig never endorsed or used low-fat products.1

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    1. The True Budwig Protocol

      There are two parts of the Budwig Protocol that are used concurrently. One of them is a natural medicine, which is a blend of something containing high amounts of sulfur proteins (e.g. quark, goat cheese, etc.), and flax seed oil to provide safe omega-3 oils in the appropriate levels. The other phase of the Budwig Protocol is a special diet. Dr. Budwig never endorsed or used low-fat products.

    2. Johanna Budwig on Wikipedia

      While working as a researcher at the German Federal Health Office she noted many cancer drugs being evaluated in the 1950s contained sulphydryl groups. Budwig researched the theory that a low oxygen environment would develop in the absence of sulphydryl groups and/or fatty acid partners that would encourage the proliferation of cancerous cells.

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    3. What is Quark?

      Quark is a fresh cheese of European origin. It is not the same thing as cream cheese or cottage cheese. It is distinct from ricotta because ricotta is made from scalded whey. It usually has much lower fat content (about the same as yogurt) than cream cheeses and has no salt added. Quark is traditionally made without the aid of rennet.

    4. Quark: It's Easy to Make This Two-Ingredient Cheese at Home

      You can make your own with a combination of milk and buttermilk (culture).

    5. Elliquark

      Source for quark in the United States but is made from non-fat milk.

    6. Liberte Artisan de Nature

      Source for quark in Canada, but is low-fat made from skim milk.

    7. Home-Made Quark-Style Cottage Cheese

      If you want to ensure the quality of your the milk that goes into your quark your best option is to make your own cottage cheese/quark. Making your own soft cheese is incredibly easy and satisfying.

    8. The Budwig Protocol "CCFO"

      Cancer cells are anaerobic – this means they cannot live in an oxygen rich environment. Instead, they rely on glucose to survive. In order for our bodies' cells to process oxygen as fuel, they need certain enzymes to be present in the fat content of the foods we eat. Dr. Budwig discovered that when she combined sulfur-rich proteins like cottage cheese with highly unsaturated fatty acids (rich in omega-3's) like those found in flaxseed oil, the unsaturated fatty acids bonded molecularly with the sulphuric proteins. This bond made the flaxseed oil water-soluble, enabling it to be absorbed instantly and effortlessly through the cellular membrane. In turn, the instant flood of vital nutrients and essential enzymes to the cells acted as a spark that re-ignited their ability to burn oxygen. (Summary of Budwig's research, but promotes low fat cottage cheese, not quark).

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