pH Miracle® Health Retreat:
July 12th to the 18th and July 19th to the 25th, 2015
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We are thrilled to make available the pH Miracle Health services in Italy. You will be able to enjoy all of the same benefits of the pH Miracle Center at the Rancho del Sol but in a picturesque setting at the Ti Sana Resort, just outside of Milan, Italy.
This unique resort offers luxurious accommodations and tremendous spa amenities. Ti Sana provides all the elegant intimacy of an 18th century noble dwelling located in the historic area of Arlate, near the Adda River which flows from Lake Como in the foot of the Alps. This is the ideal location for a once in a lifetime alkalarian lifestyle experience.
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It may seem an extraordinary statement to make, given the billions poured into cancer research by multinational pharma companies and medical research facilities. But a new book by a veteran GP on the northside of Dublin may well offer the first real proof that a way has been found to beat cancer.
The core of this approach is the discovery a decade ago of a direct link between the consumption of acidic animal protein and the development of cancer. Cancer cells need protein to divide and flourish. Cut off the supply of the acidic animal protein and you can stop the growth and spread of cancer cells. You can starve the cancer into submission.
Kelly does not claim to have made any discovery on cancer himself. In fact his approach is based on the findings in another book, The China Study, by the acclaimed nutritionist Colin Campbell of Cornell University, first published in the US in 2005 which has now sold over a million copies and The pH Miracle book by Dr. Robert O. Young, first published in 2001 which has sold over 5 million copies. What Kelly has done is put those findings into use in his own practise over the past nine years and document the results; he appears to be the first GP to do so in this part of the world. Prof Campbell’s and Dr. Young’s revolutionary work over a decade ago established the link between acidic animal protein and cancer in such a compelling manner that it was hard to ignore. But ignore it the medical profession did, possibly because it seemed too simple an answer to what all the specialists saw as a very complex disease.
Campbell’s early research had showed that feeding rats an animal protein diet made them develop cancers. Even more significant, it showed that changing their diet back to plant protein halted the development of the tumors. And putting them back on the animal protein diet again made the cancers start to spread again. The cancer literally could be switched on and off.
Kelly also mentions another discovery by Campbell in the Philippines at a time when there was a high incidence of cancers among children there. What Campbell noticed was that children from poorer families, the vast majority, usually recovered from the disease. But children from better off families usually died. The difference was diet. Only the better off families could afford meat and dairy produce for their children.
This early work led to the large scale clinical study by Campbell in China, chosen because of the uniformity of diet across much of that vast country and the ability to track the effects of differences in this diet in some areas.
The link between acidic animal protein and cancer was confirmed by this very extensive survey work and the results were published in Campbell’s book The China Study nine years ago and Dr. Robert O. Young’s book The pH Miracle book over 13 years ago. Given a copy by a friend in Cornell University, John Kelly was deeply impressed. Instead of merely reading the book, however, he decided to put its findings to work in his own practise, conducting what he calls a “field study” among his patients who developed cancer. He has been doing this now for almost a decade, recording the results meticulously.
And the results, which he details in his book Stop Feeding your Cancer, are jaw dropping. As in any large GP practise in Ireland, a number of Kelly’s patients develop cancer every year. He began to tell them about the link, gave them a copy of The China Study, and suggested they go on an alkaline animal protein free diet (no meat, no dairy produce). At the same time he continued to refer them on to cancer specialists in the normal way and did not try to dissuade them from having whatever surgery, radiotherapy or chemotherapy might be recommended.
What emerged is truly extraordinary. All of the patients who adopted the alkaline animal protein-free diet and stuck to it strictly found that their cancer stopped growing and spreading. The tumours became dormant, sometimes even reducing in size.
Since all of these patients were also having conventional cancer treatment, it was not possible to categorically say they had been saved by the diet alone. But conventional cancer treatment alone does not have this success rate and in many cases the specialists involved were amazed at the recovery of the patient. (Some of Kelly’s patients had told their specialists they were on the diet, others did not. Invariably, the specialists put the recovery down to surgery or chemotherapy.)
Kelly gives the full details of over half a dozen cases in the book, including profiles of the patients and their lifestyles. The cases cover prostate, lung, colon, bowel, brain and other cancers. In some cases the patients stuck rigidly to the alkaline diet; in others they became complacent as they got better and could not resist going back to having steaks and fry-ups when their specialists gave them the all clear – whereupon their cancers came back.
Kelly is a quietly charismatic doctor in his seventies, a man with decades of experience as a GP. At his large practice in the Howth/Sutton area, he is regarded as something of a guru of health and well-being. Now on the verge of retirement, this short book is his summation of what he has learned about cancer over recent years and about the tunnel vision of specialist medicine which is ignoring what he believes to be an effective way of treating the killer disease.
What Kelly has to say about the medical profession, dominated by consultants who rarely look beyond their own highly specialised areas, is telling. But it is his exposure of the refusal of specialists to take on board this new way of treating cancer – or even to consider it – that makes this such an important book.
Kelly always adopted a low-key approach with patients, as he explains in the book, gently encouraging them but letting them make their own decisions. The personal stories he gives are very human as patients try to stick with the alkaline diet, the disease comes and goes and the patients swing between despair and elation. Invasive treatments run alongside attempts to keep to the diet. No two cases are the same. But what the cases in the book show consistently is that an alkaline animal protein free diet can beat cancer.
There is one exception to this, pancreatic cancer, the virulent form that killed Brian Lenihan and is usually fatal. But far from undermining the diet theory, Kelly, who has lost several patients to pancreatic cancer including his own brother, says this is actually an exception that proves the rule. The reason the alkaline animal protein free diet does not work against pancreatic cancer and some gastric cancers, he explains, is that the pancreas itself produces animal protein. The metabolising enzyme involved called Trypsin may hold the key to solving this problem and Kelly calls for research into anti-Trypsin drugs.
Kelly’s book shows him to be a widely read and philosophical doctor who believes in an alkaline holistic approach to medicine. He is at once scrupulously scientific and completely open-minded. He is naturally sceptical and hesitant in coming to conclusions. But his experience with his cancer patients has made him passionately convinced that the alkaline animal protein free diet is the answer.
He is well aware that a “field trial” run in one GP’s practise – even a large practise over a decade – cannot be taken as conclusive and that clinical study needs to be done on a national or even international basis.
In the book he calls for such research; in fact his main motivation for writing the book is the disinterest he has faced from consultants and oncology specialists in the past few years who are dismissive of the diet theory to the point of being insulting. They stick with their surgery and radiotherapy and chemotherapy even though in many cases it either does not work or offers only limited time. They regard a dietary solution as simplistic or as flaky alternative medicine. What would a mere GP know? After all, they are the experts.
But that is exactly the point raised by this book. How blinkered are our specialists? Maybe they have become so specialised they can no longer see something that is outside their own area of expertise. Maybe it takes the broad, open-minded approach of the GP, especially a GP of vast experience like John Kelly, to see what is obvious.
If this book manages to shake our highly paid medical elite out of their complacency it will have succeeded. It presents a challenge to the cancer specialists of this country, one which they have so far tried to ignore rather than answer. It is a remarkable achievement by one doctor who has not forgotten his Hippocratic oath.
Dear Dr. Young,
I woke up one morning in July of 1994 and could not move the right side of my body. For some reason I thought I had an inner ear infection. I called my Uncle, an ENT, who was in the process of moving his office and asked the nurse to call in Antivert. I finally called him at home a few days later and told him what was going on and he told me to go see a neurologist.
I made an appointment with a top neurologist who wanted to admit me into the hospital right away. I begged him to let me go home so he sent me for an M.R.I. I brought the results back to his office and he showed me the three-spots on my brain and admitted me into the hospital the following day.
I spent the next eight-days in the hospital undergoing every possible test known. The doctor said he was running every test to rule things out. One of them was a spinal tap and that would take several days to come back. I diagnosed myself with brain cancer and decided to take out meat from the diet. One of the hospital employees, a dietitian came into my room and was concerned that I was not eating meat. Even at that time, I knew that meat was not a good thing. I had heard somewhere that it would feed cancer cells, of which she said she knew nothing.
On the eighth day, I begged the doctor to let me go home. He told me he was waiting on a cancer specialist. I was getting better and I told him that I did not think I had cancer, because if I did I would not be getting better. He said that he did not think it was cancer either and sent me home with an appointment to be in his office in the next day or so.
On my follow-up visit, I was informed that the diagnosis was Multiple Sclerosis. I knew nothing about this and was prescribed Clonazepam.
I did pretty well for the next few years just taking that and then down the slippery acid slope I went.
I did not change my food and started to have anxiety attacks. For this I was prescribed Xanax and Restoril at night for sleep.
Then I began to have pain and was prescribed hydrocodone.
One day as I was driving to work, I got confused with the direction I needed to be going.
I went back to the doctor and was told that I needed to begin with Avonex, an Interferon, or the Multiple Sclerosis could get worse.
I followed this protocol for 17-years. I was now taking, Provigil (to repair the neuropaths in the brain), Amantadine (an anti-viral), Xanax, Clonazepam, Hydrocodone, Restoril and the occasional Prednisone with the weekly injection of Avonex.
In March of 2011, I could see that I was not getting any better. I knew that if I continued down this path I would not live much longer. I stopped taking all the medication at once onMarch 1st, 2011. I told myself that I would have some withdrawal. I was always running out of medication and knew what to expect – sort of.
I had heard about wheatgrass and getting my body a little more alkaline. I had no idea what that meant, so I went to work on the computer to find out.
I started to change my food. I took out meat, dairy, everything white and began to cut back on sugar.
I was on facebook one day, and one of my friends shared a post from Dr. Robert O. Young. I was fascinated. I began to delve into his work and read whatever I could find. I bought his book, ‘The pH Miracle’ and began to follow the protocol. I had his list of alkaline foods and stuck to the highly alkaline list. I added pink Himalayan salt and his pHour salts.. I added baking soda to all my water. I put a Reverse Osmosis filter in my kitchen and changed everything about the food I bought and the food I prepared. I went through my pantry and got rid of all the garbage acidic, processed foods. I was now only using the seed oils and taking them on a daily basis.
Everyday I get better and better. I know this is a lifestyle and a journey. I have since added caprylic, myco-detox, colloidal silver, iodine, potassium and a mega multi-mineral.
When I started all this, it was all I could do to get out of bed and get to my recliner without a nap. I started walking my dog two-miles a day, bought a rebounder for the lymphatic system, went for lymphatic massage.
I have recently joined a gym that has Whole Body Vibration and water massage that I know is correcting a blocked lymphatic system.
I no longer have any symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis. I am pain-free, tremor-free, anxiety-free, muscle-spasm free, migraine-free, stress-free.
In hindsight, I can see clearly that all of my problems throughout my life were a result of acids that I was ingesting. As a child I had allergies, for which my mother was giving me medication for. When I was 18, I had meningitis – twice. I would get incapacitating migraines that would make me sick to my stomach, I got bronchitis at least once a year, laryngitis frequently. Since I have been following the pH miracle protocol and lifestyle, I have not been sick once. I no longer have any pain. I have not had a headache in over three-years.
Thank you, Dr. Young