Ralph Cole told Ann that “he had tried three pounds daily without success, but the five pounds per day did the trick. He has been cancer free for seven years now and he now only juices occasionally.”
Ann followed the same protocol and experienced similar results. She began juicing on November 17, 2012, and a CT scan confirmed on July 30, 2013 that all cancer was gone!
“Ann had no chemo, no radiation and no other dietary modifications except the added carrot juice. She continued eating some meat and sometimes indulged in various unhealthy foods, including ice cream.”
Ann notes that she does not recommend ice cream in a cancer curing protocol, but she wants people to know that she did occasionally splurge and still saw amazing results.
Carrots are rich in falcarinol, an antioxidant known to be anti-cancerous. Researchers have seen reduction in tumor size and healing of breast cancer with higher carotenoid content in the blood.
Dr. Max Gerson, who is well known for The Gerson Method, prescribed fresh fruit and vegetable juice to cancer patients with great success. Gerson himself says “if you can stick to the strict regime for a minimum of two years, Gerson Therapy has the ability to cure cancer like no drug can.”
Both Gerson and Ruth Sackman, cofounder of the FACT (Foundation for Advancement in Cancer Therapy) believe that “all you need to do is bring [the body] to a place where it can do the healing that is knows how to do better than any doctors and any human.” It seems carrot juice may need to be part of every cancer patient’s treatment program.
You can find out more about Ann’s experience in her book entitled “Curing Cancer With Carrots.”