Woman Creates Cure For Cancer, Government Shuts Her Down

| by Sean Kelly
Flax (also known as common flax or linseed), a crucial part of the Budwig DietFlax (also known as common flax or linseed), a crucial part of the Budwig Diet

A scientist created a remarkable cure for cancer, only to be shut down by the government.

Johanna Budwig was a German scientist who spent much of her life studying cancer. Budwig — a six-time Nobel Prize nominee with two doctorates — created the Budwig Diet, a treatment for cancer, in 1951 but was quickly shut down by the governments of the world.

“I have the answer to cancer, but American doctors won’t listen. They come here and observe my methods and are impressed. Then they want to make a special deal so they can take it home and make a lot of money. I won’t do it, so I’m blackballed in every country,” she said, Healthy Food House reported. 

The Budwig Diet is a fairly simple change in nutrition and diet, which implements the exclusion of animal products except for cottage cheese. A combination of cottage cheese and flaxseed oil for breakfast was proven to provide enough nutrients on a molecular level that cancer cells were absorbed after just three months. 

Budwig wrote numerous articles and six books on her findings, but litigation with margarine companies prevented her from getting her work published.

One cancer patient who found success with the Budwig Diet was James B., a man diagnosed with malignant pleural mesothelioma. James tried chemotherapy to no avail, which prompted his wife, Marilyn, to suggest taking more drastic measures.

“They didn’t think he had much longer to live. So we had nothing to lose, by trying this diet. Every night I’d leave the hospital, I’d go home and search the Internet for answers. This one made sense. That’s why I wanted to bring him home,” Marilyn told

James soon began the diet, which consisted of a twice-daily helping of the cottage/flaxseed oil mixture along with fruit, berries, and vegetables blended into a drink. His main meals were altered, with breakfast becoming mainly a bowl of oats with fruit and almond milk.

Lunch was typically a sandwich with whole-grain bread, vegetables and a small amount of chicken or fish. Dinner was usually vegetables with a small portion of chicken, turkey or fish. 

The diet quickly began to work its magic on James’ tumors.

“Something is working,” Marilyn said. “His tumors now are either gone, or they are lying dormant and not building up fluid anymore. He’s walking up steps, taking short walks, doing a bunch of things he just couldn’t do before. Our daughter looks at him in disbelief, how much better he seems.” 

Sources: Healthy Food House, / Photo credit: Bdevel/Wikipedia

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