Ice-cream is good for cancer patients because it contains carrageenan (seaweed gelatin). Carrageenan is essential for the prevention and treatment of cancer.
Carrageenan is anti-cancer… it increases immune function, and the increased WBC destroy cancer cells. It can help prevent the formation of cancer and tumours, and may help reduce cancer.

Gelatin increases stem cell production… increases the growth of normal cells (not cancer cells). Gelatin repairs tissue and organ damage, and repairs chemotherapy damage.

With ice-cream (2 balls per day), emaciated patients return to normal weight. Return to health and normal weight, within 1-2 months. Makes you feel strong and healthy again.
Gelatin works better when ingested 1/2 hour before meal or 2 hours after a meal… because it goes directly into the bloodstream (between meals).

Seaweed gelatin is more substantial, and works better than animal gelatin.
Good for all diseases and injuries, including cancer. Also good for severe weight loss caused by starvation.

There is no need for stem cell transplants which can be unsafe and ineffective.
The body produces its own stem cells with protein and gelatin.
Seaweed gelatin increases stem cell production… within all tissue and organs. Improves health of the whole body.
Gelatin may also improve vision.

NB – Those with female cancers (estrogen-dependent), need to avoid plant-estrogens found in corn soy and flax products. Soy increases growth of cancer cells, and causes cancer pain. Many meal replacements contain soy protein, except some diabetic formulas. READ LABELS.
Ice-cream contains more carrageenan than Meal replacements/supplements. Both can be used the same day, as needed.

NB2 – Ice cream is also good for pain and inflammation. Good for headaches… stops the pain.

NB3 – Cancer patients also need to avoid steroids (growth hormones) in meat and dairy products. And need to avoid detergents and air freshners… contain estrogenic chemicals (high hormone)… increases growth of cancer (like steroids).

see articles: Living in a Chemical World 1-2
see article: Medicinal uses of seaweed gelatin: Agar and carrageenan

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