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One person with Stage 4 cancer that had metastasized throughout her body actually called and asked me if she could take only one supplement (and without even radically changing her diet and lifestyle) to cure herself of cancer!

I use Morton blue salt substitute with more potassium chloride than sodium chloride as a source of potassium, along with some additional KCl (or potassium Citrate).I get most of my nutrients from specific raw organic blenderized vegetables (see my raw food and cancer page).Even if something is organic, it may have been fed organic corn meal (omega-6 pro-inflammatory and pro-cancer).Also, line caught salmon, sardines and anchovies are better for reducing inflammation and fighting cancer.Blaylock's PDF newsletters and Newsmax articles using your web browser).

Dandelion root is good for cancer and liver detox (my main cancer page).Milk thistle, curcumin, quercetin, garlic, ginger, cayenne (all organic) are oil-soluble (see main cancer page) and help a lot to reduce inflammation -- a big part of cancer -- as well as attack cancer directly.I wouldn't take too much manganese except what is in a good multivitamin (I use Activite Sport 4/d per 150 pounds; proportionally less for smaller person).-- even polio and sepsis have been healed with Vitamin C per Dr. Linus Pauling), click here: recommend looking at my raw foods and cancer page, and I would also see the info about herbs and supplements on my chemo radiation herbs page that help reduce the damage from chemo and radiation (see the article "Stay Away From Chemotherapy and Radiation" below), and my main cancer protocol page (e.g., org ginger, org garlic, org cayenne or chili pepper, freshly ground org flaxseed [instead of oil -- see lengthy explanation how most people lack enough of the enzyme to convert the ALA in flaxseed oil into DHA/EPA fish oil and the ALA therefore increases inflammation and cancer in them].I use Chrysin and DIM ( open capsules and mix both in oil, to remove bad estrogens (hormone related problems).On them and in Blaylock's book/newsletters, he tells not only about the vitamins and many of the supplements you asked about, but the correct forms of them (e.g., magnesium malate, magnesium ascorbate instead of acidic vitamin C, etc.) I would use Lugol's iodine instead of kelp, which absorbs heavy metals from the environment that it is grown in.