Rudolf Breuss was a healer from Austria, an educated man who had an incredible understanding of, and love for, his fellow human beings. Born in 1899, he devoted his life to finding an alternative cancer treatment. Breuss claimed that since 1950 he has successfully treated more than 2000 patients. He estimated that since 1986, an additional 45 000 patients with cancer and other “incurable diseases” had been healed by the used of his methods.
How does it work?
The Breuss Total Cancer Treatment lasts about 42 days. Because cancer cells have a very different metabolism than normal cells, the Breuss diet is designed to starve the cancer cells to death by not providing any solid food proteins. But the diet does not harm normal cells.
During the 42 days fast, all the raw fruits and vegetable are taken in liquid form. Breuss rigidly insists that cancer patients are not allowed to drink/eat anything other than the juices and teas. All vegetables used have to be organically grown and the sediments must be removed. The theory is that cancer cells can only live on the protein of solid food. Therefore, if you drink nothing but vegetable juice and teas for 42 days the cancerous cells die while the normal cells continue to do well.
Raw fruit and vegetable juices have always been used and recommended in natural medicine as part of the healing system for many ailments and chronic disease. Raw juices contain antioxidants and living enzymes that science has identified as an imperative part of everyone’s diet if they wish to stay healthy and maintain a defense against all the toxins in today’s environment.
Juice Recipe To Kill Cancer Cell
He developed this juice formula consisting of beetroots, carrots, celeriac, radish, and potatoes in specific ratios, to provide a balance of basic elements required for the body’s nourishment. In combination with the juice formula, Breuss recommends various herb teas to enhance its cleansing effects.
-1 celery stick
Put all the ingredients in a juicer and mix them all well.
Pour into a glass and drink slowly.