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Paleo Diet

Post by kingluca82 » Wed Feb 01, 2012 11:23 pm

I was reading a forum on paleo diet and a member talk about is wife's experience about a lipoma that she have...
He write that she don't want to remove it so she make a research about natural way...
She find the same site a read for a while about to be vegan can reduce lipomas and about water fasting(AS I WRITE IN ANOTHER POST).
She do a 5 days only water fasting but the only thing they notice is that the lipoma is less painful and a little bit smaller...
So is husband tell her to try the paleo diet is was doing and after a month and a half the lipoma was completely gone!
I make a research on paleo diet and i think that anyone should try(only for a month or two) to see what will happen.

The thing that make me unsuspicius is that the site is not about lipoma or natural medicine but it's only an experience that he want to share with the other about paleo diet and not about lipoma...
No other things about lipoma is on that site...
The site is in italian but i link it anyway...
http://www.mangiaconsapevole.com/forum/ ... ipoma.html

Matt tell me what you think...
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Re: Paleo Diet

Post by matt » Thu Feb 02, 2012 6:44 pm

Hi kingluca82!

And thanks for sharing this.

Unfortunally I don't know any Italian but I'm sure there are some who can Italian here to double-check your insight. I'm left to wonder whether it actually was a lipoma or a cyst or something?

About Paleo diet. I'm a pretty strong supporter of it because when seeing the situation from the evolutions point of view I think our bodies are still somewhat in the Paleo era. Meaning a lot of berries, fruits and some meat. The diet is somewhat natural to us.

But I'm not sure how the diet would help with lipomas? This isn't to say that it doesn't but just that I don't know how. I wish there's someone who can enlighten me. The same applies to water fasting.

I used the Google Translator for your link and read that she also took 1 gram of omega-3 for each 5kg of body weight, began taking 2000U of vitamin d, 150 mcg of iodine, 2 grams of vitamin C per day instead of 6 as before, and one tablet of digestive enzymes in a protein meal.

So it could be some of the supplements she took finally which eliminated her lipoma?
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Re: Paleo Diet

Post by kingluca82 » Thu Feb 02, 2012 7:44 pm

Hi Matt,

Yes maybe can be the other things she start to take,maybe not or both.
If you are on "paleo mode" you had read about to toxic of grain and cereal
I'm Italian so the pasta,bread,pizza and other grain are on my table every day!!!!

A lot of time we said the lipoma can come from toxins and maybe the other thing only speed up the process....
I don't know but it's only a diet and is more easy to try that other thing!!!NO? ;)
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Re: Paleo Diet / Dietary update

Post by ravenwinters » Thu Feb 02, 2012 8:26 pm

Thanks for sharing. Hello Matt and everyone else. An update on a dietary approach with some relevance here (I have posted some thoughts and experiences, and history with lipomatosis, elsewhere on this board, under a different thread); I have followed a dietary schedule quite similar to the paleo approach, with practically no processed foods, sugar, or bad cholesterol. Low on grain except whole oats with a minimum amount of lactose-reduced milk daily. No other dairy products. Eating mostly salmon and chicken with a little rice and lots of fruit, vegetables and salads (lots of bitter salads). Little coffee. Flax seed – and olive oil as only source of fat. Additionally, grape fruit juice daily, and lemon-water every morning and evening. Spices like rosemary and thyme. Green tea every day. I also work out 3-4 times a week, 1-2 workouts with weights; aerobic exercise like rowing, skiing for the rest. I try to walk for 20-60 minutes most days, but haven’t been following up on this all weeks, though. Have been taking turmeric and beta glucan for the last year, in moderate dosages. I accidentally learned that beta glucan actively prevents herpes sores, if anyone has such issues.
I allow myself to eat ‘regularly’ one day a week; having a burger, chocolate etc, though not bingeing in any way. Every 3rd weekend or so I also go out for some drinks with friends. To avoid death by boredom! Which of course might interact in some way. Work a lot too, in a stressful occupation, guess this might have a negative impact as well – hard to say, as you all know. But try to get regular and enough sleep. Just to give you an overall impression of the lifestyle approach I’m trying out here.

All in all, I have the general impression that I’ve succeeded in halting the lipoma growth (I’ve had no scans or other externally validated measurements, just conveying personal experiences here). I have noticed a few new ones appear, but not nearly in the same pace as earlier, and the growth is slow. Can claim no clear signs of reduction, though. Have followed this path for most of the last year. I have also tried Chlorella algae, but expensive and with no clear effects, and a terrible taste, so I’m going to skip that one. Tried the recommended cell-salts, but got this weird side-effect of jaw ache that is known to accompany statins; cholesterol-lowering drugs; don’t know if it was a similar reaction I had to these supplements - however, I might try them again at some later point, as others have reported success with these, particularly silica.

From new anecdotal information on the net, I have now included apple cider vinegar, two spoons every night. Also took contact with one of the most respected homeopaths in the country and was subscribed a supplement including calcium, natrium (sodium) and iodine, and a sponge extract called ‘badiaga’, which also contains silica, among other things. I, have just started on these, just to check out this approach for myself as well.

Apart from the promising Rubarth recipe, I look upon different fasting schedules as a possible next route to try out. Will be posting any noticeable effects. Good luck to us all! BAest regards,
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Re: Paleo Diet

Post by matt » Fri Feb 03, 2012 9:15 am

Hi ravenwinters!

Thanks for the update. Sounds like you are doing pretty much the same as I am. I laughed about your comment of having some drinks from time to time to avoid death by boredom! :lol:

I know what you are talking about! ;)

And I agree. The rest of our lives can't be that we have to live like monks or nuns.

But I too have noticed that the growth of my lipomas has gotten slower. I don't know whether it's the diet, supplements or something else. I also noticed that my lipomas stopped hurting and itching when I started eating first the apricot seeds and later iodine and turmeric and some other supplements.

I think your approach is the best for now - to combine and eat many different products which are known to be antitumoric. And try to live a healthy life style. Lipomas usually are not very bio-available, meaning that they are not actively participating to the metabolism. Which might explain why any kind of change is so drastically slow.

Beta clugan is something I have considered to add on my supplement list...
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Re: Paleo Diet

Post by tj127 » Mon Feb 27, 2012 7:15 pm

Taken vitamin D, tumeric, krill oil... All no real change.

I've also been between 80-100% paleo for 4 years. Tumors do "itch" and generally feel less uncomfortable. General health has been much improved by paleo.

Straying from paleo by eating some fried chicken, pizza, donuts, heavy drinking... the next day or two my tumors can actually itch, or generally feel more prominent.
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Re: Paleo Diet

Post by miraculous » Wed Apr 18, 2012 4:56 am

I've heard a lot of good things about paleo diet and base from your post I think I recommend this from my friend.
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Re: Paleo Diet

Post by ozz777 » Fri Sep 14, 2012 11:30 am

hi, i turned vegetarian 5 years ago. about 10 years ago i v developed few small lipomas very tiny around my belly and they are still there today even if my fatty tummy is gone. but after 2 years of no meat paleo (fish and seafood wild caught only, no grains no legumes, heaps of vegetables, nuts, coconuts, flaxseeds and yoghurt with roasted buckweath -which is not a grain- for breakfast) my two huge lipomas on shoulders disappeard. completely gone.


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