What Supplements To Use To Control Your Lipomas?

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What Supplements To Use To Control Your Lipomas?

Post by matt » Wed Jul 09, 2014 10:40 am

The question I get asked the most is:

WHAT SUPPLEMENT(S) I SHOULD BE USING in order to control my lipomas?

Well, after my long research and experience I can honestly say that there are few above the others.
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin D (if you live outside of the tropical zone)
  • Magnesium Sitrate
These are the most important ones as they are all known and scientifically proven antimicrobial and antitumoric substances.

(Note: you don't need to take vitamin D if you live near the equator)

Of course you need to know some because not all supplements are pure and potent. I personally take the following

1000 mg of Vitamin C daily
125 mcg of Vitamin D daily
350 mg of Magnesium daily


All of these to an empty stomach in the mornings.

Then I like to complement these supplements with different antitumor supplements which I change from time to time.

I think it's good to change atleast some supplements from time to time to prevent any kind of tolerance from developing.

My favorite additional supplements are
I just recently run out of Glycine so I desided to buy more of it but then I noticed that the LongVida curcumin was on SALE on Amazon, so I bought that!

LongVida Curcumin is a little more expensive than the regular Curcumin but it is much more bioavailable and absorbs more easily through your digestive system. Unfortunally the regular curcumin is absorbed very poorly so you need to consume it a lot more in order to have a therapewutic effect. I strongly suggest you to buy LongVida Curcumin instead of the regular Curcumin.

With these supplements I have been able to slow down the growth rate of my existing lipomas to almost zero and I haven't noticed new lipomas in a couple of years.

I don't think these supplements will ever remove my lipomas but atleast they will buy me some precious time in my research for a real working treatment and eventually cure...

So if you are not currently taking any of these supplements I strongly recommend you to read the Natural Lipoma Help thread to learn about the effects of these natural supplements against tumors.

So the key point is to consume known and scietifically proven antitumor substances in order to control your lipomas. I can't really say you need to consume this and this supplement but atleast be sure to take some of them! It doesn't cost you too much and will most likely buy you more time while waiting for a real solution..

BTW I have listed a huge list of scientifically proven natural anti-lipoma supplements here. Taking any of these is better than taking nothing.
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Re: What Supplements To Use To Control Your Lipomas?

Post by 251152 » Fri Jul 11, 2014 11:30 am

so matt, which Magnesium is better in this case,
this one or this one?

One says it's only Magnesium Citrate and another says it's Magnesium Citrate, Magnesium Oxide and Magnesium Aspartate.
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Re: What Supplements To Use To Control Your Lipomas?

Post by matt » Mon Jul 14, 2014 8:38 am

Hi, Citrate is the one you should be using. Oxide absorbs poorly and as well as Aspartate...
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Re: What Supplements To Use To Control Your Lipomas?

Post by 251152 » Mon Jul 14, 2014 9:15 pm

got it, thanks
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Re: What Supplements To Use To Control Your Lipomas?

Post by wishbg » Wed Jul 16, 2014 7:04 pm

thanks Matt, going out to buy some vitamins :)
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Re: What Supplements To Use To Control Your Lipomas?

Post by ANDRES » Mon Jul 21, 2014 10:46 am

Hi there

I have already ordered Triphala, and I started taking turmeric.

I drink lemon juice, and from what I've read lately, I'm adding it, sodium bicarbonate

I also occasionally use fatty acids omega 3/6

And as I do a lot of sport, I also usually take vitamins daily.

The vitamin complex, which currently use, has the following ingredients:

Vitamin C: 80 mg ..........................................
Vitamin D: ......................................... 5 micron grams?
magnesium (does not say what type it is) ...... 80 mg

Do you think that's enough? (I refer to vitamins and minerals)

Matt, do you try to schüslser salts? If not used, what would you think?
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Re: What Supplements To Use To Control Your Lipomas?

Post by matt » Mon Jul 21, 2014 12:48 pm

Hi Andres, yes I think the amount of different supplements you consume is enough but you may want to rise the amounts to correspond the amounts in my first post. Also I recommend changing atleast some of the antitumor supplements from time to time (one or twice per year) in order to avoid any sort of resistance from developing.

So far I haven't tried the Schussler salts since I'm having some sort of success without them.
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Re: What Supplements To Use To Control Your Lipomas?

Post by mystic » Tue Sep 09, 2014 3:23 pm

Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) is great in removing toxins from the body and helps burn fat and starch, thus regulating blood sugar and blood pressure. It is more effective than lemon water for sure. 2 Tbsp of diluted ACV a day will help with not only the lipomas but has tremendous health benefits as well.
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Re: What Supplements To Use To Control Your Lipomas?

Post by Guest » Sun Oct 05, 2014 9:42 pm

Thanks for creating this discussion Matt. I am glad to hear these supplements help you. I am trying my own version although the road to it has not been completely direct due to histamine/amine and gluten and milk sensitivities.

I am waiting for my vitamin C since I discovered the kind I was taking was really bothering me (i.e., itchy rash). I have histamine sensitivity and can't just have any old vitamin C. Am getting a kind made from palm sago which should be safe for me.

I also take vitamin D--I bite into the capsule and then spit the capsule out after it has been flattened. Again due to histamine sensitivity I don't tolerate actually ingesting gelatin since it is made from animal products and thus has a lot of amines.

I rely a lot on magnesium citrate as well as other minerals like zinc and boron and of course calcium (e-zorb seems to be the only kind that works for me--I get bone loss otherwise!!). They help me sleep better. I also no longer have very many twitches at night like I did. Which relates to all these issues IMHO. i.e., proper fat and mineral absorption can affect the nerves as well as issues like developing lipomas.

Due to long term celiac, it is hard for me to digest both fats and minerals.

Thankfully my naturopath suggested I try out using betaine hcl. And its actually really helping!! My stools are finally sinking which means I am digesting fats properly for once. I can only assume so far its helping out my mineral absorption too--not to mention reducing my lipomas. Only time will tell of course. But for now the twitches are majorly gone. The herbs also seem to reduce the inflammation and pain I otherwise feel in my right arm/frozen shoulder area.

I also take a variety of detox and digesting inducing liver cleansing etc. herbs to help out. Definitely helps out my kidneys too and makes my skin look a lot better. I posted this info elsewhere under betaine hcl, cats claw, dandelion and wormwood.
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Re: What Supplements To Use To Control Your Lipomas?

Post by 251152 » Thu Oct 16, 2014 6:20 pm

So Matt just to get the numbers right:
- Vitamin C we should take one capsule (1000 mg each)
- Magnesium Citrate we should take two capsules (200 mg each)
- Longvida Curcumin we should take one capsule (500 mg each)

Would this be correct?

Also, could you briefly remind me why is Magnesium Citrate good in lipomas' case?
In the other thread you say that it helps absorbing Vitamin D (which I don't need since I get plenty of sun) and helps muscle cramps (which I also don't have problems with).
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Re: What Supplements To Use To Control Your Lipomas?

Post by matt » Mon Oct 20, 2014 12:44 pm

Yes, that sounds correct. You don't need vitamin D if you get it elsewhere but Magnesium is still worth of considering since it's a strong antioxidant and a potent antitumor substance but it also has this weird double effect; it may cause and/or inhibit tumors:
2.2. Effect on Carcinogenesis Induced by Disturbances of Mg Status

Mg deficiency may produce either tumorogenic or anticarcinogenic effects. In reverse, Mg acts either as an anticancer or a carcinogenic agent.

2.2.1. Tumorogenesis Due to Mg Deficit and Anticancer Effects of Mg

In the rat only, a prolonged Mg deficiency induces the development in a minority of animals of either benign lesions (tumor-like connective proliferation in the intestine1,2) or periosteal desmoid tumor formation20, or malignant defects thymic lymphoma and myeloid leukemia1-4, 6,11). There is no correlation between the development of benign and malignant proliferations. Genetic factors are prominent: Mg deficiency does not induce oncogenicity in any species other than the rat, or in any rat except in a minority of rats of the same particular strains1-3,21. The anticarcinogenic properties of Mg observed on this particular model provide only poor support to the general notion of the anticarcinogenic properties of Mg. In several models of benign or premalignant tumorogenesis, Mg inhibits the development of the defect: on established benign hyperplastic lesions induced by topical application of DMBA (7,12-dimethylbenzanthracene) in hamster cheek pouch2 and on two premalignant esophageal tumors induced in rats either by MBN (N-nitro-somethylbenzylamine)22 or mainly by a corn-fed diet23 of the same type as that of the Zulu population with a high risk of esophageal cancer24. It is very important to emphasize that the preventive effect of Mg exists only at the early stage of tumorogenesis. This interesting experimental notion inspires study of the prophylactic anticarcinogenic power of Mg, particularly in populations where a high risk of tumorogenesis and a marginal or insufficient intake of Mg coexist25, i.e., in a population with colorectal polyps26. Usually, Mg supplement alone does not favorably influence the development of established cancer1-4,6 with the only exception being an inhibition of the development of MAM (methylazoxymethanol acetate)-induced large-bowel carcinogenesis in rat27 with high cathartic doses of magnesia.

2.2.2. Inhibition of Tumorogenesis Due to Mg Deficit and Carcinogenic Effects of Mg

It has been well established for almost 25 years that Mg deficiency antagonizes tumor implantation and inhibits growth of induced or spontaneous tumors in the rat. In reverse, Mg intake stimulates tumor development in the rat1-4,6,28-31. Concurrently, Mg deficiency--associated with K deficiency--induced by diet and hemodialysis has been used in man as an anticancer treatment to slow the progression of inoperable cancer. With questionable therapeutic efficiency, such attempts carry the risk of obtaining results at the price of distressing secondary effects1-3,6.

These data on the effect of Mg deficiency in several neoplastic states show that Mg seems to be anticarcinogenic in the case of early premalignant states and of some hemolymphoreticular malignancies, and most often to be carcinogenic in the case of solid tumors1-4,6.
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Magnesium Citrate is more easily absorbed than Oxide and other forms of Mg. For now, I'm still using Magnesium because it helps vitamin D to absorb but if you are not taking vitamin D perhaps it's good to limit your Mg...
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Re: What Supplements To Use To Control Your Lipomas?

Post by 251152 » Wed Oct 22, 2014 10:57 pm

hmm, now that I read this info it doesn't sound like a very good idea to take Magnesium.
You did manage to actually stop the progression of your lipomatosis though right? Even though you still take Magnesium? Maybe it's not such a terrible idea but I definitely don't see any necessity in taking it now.

Well I already bought it online so I might go through that one bottle when it arrives along with the Vitamin C and Longvida Curcumin... But I probably won't buy it again

Thanks for the info
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Re: What Supplements To Use To Control Your Lipomas?

Post by 251152 » Thu Nov 06, 2014 10:52 am

Hey matt, the supplements just arrived and this curcumin says it's serving size is 2 tablets (each is 500 mg so this would make 1000mg).

How many were you taking? I'd rather make sure I take enough than waste it but at the same time this way the bottle'll last me only a month which is very short and it's not cheap either so I'd still like to hear your experience before I decide on dosage.

Thanks
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