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Jane Plant is a prominent professorand an expert in the field of geochemistry who was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 42. Initially, doctors gave her a short time to live, but she decided not to give up and fought the diseases even though it recurred 4 times!

Jane started following a specific dietary regimen which saved her life. Jane uses her experience to inform women about the therapy and to raise awareness about cancer.

When Jane was diagnosed with cancer, her husband, a scientist himself, was working abroad in China. He investigated why women in China are not affected by breast cancer which eventually led to the dietary regimen that he recommended to Jane. The method worked wonders for her and many other women, which is why it was published online. Even though some scientists consider it controversial, every woman has her own right to choose the therapy she thinks is best.

Here’s what Jane said about her experience:

“My friends and colleagues from China have sent letters, cards, as well as some incredible herbal suppositories, so he brought them to me.

These suppositories were intended to treat my breast cancer, and we actually laughed a lot about them, and I even said that it should be considered to be a real miracle if it protects Chinese women from breast cancer. I kept wondering- why don’t Chinese women develop breast cancer. This made me examine the issue closely. We blended our scientific backgrounds and tried to find a logical explanation. We started investigating scientific data which led us t to the percentage of fats in diets. Research has found that

in the 1980s, fat made up only l4% of calories in the average Chinese diet, by contrast to the Western diet, which included 36% fats. Yet, before I developed this cancer, I ate a low-fat diet, rich in fibers.

Moreover, as a scientist, I am well aware of the fact that in the case of adults. The intake of fat does not raise the risk for breast cancer.Suddenly, one day, as Peter and I were working together, some of us, I am still not sure who got a brilliant idea: “The Chinese don’t eat dairy produce!”

I did not know anyone from China who used dairy or cow products to feed their babies. Namely, Chinese people find our preoccupation with milk and dairy rather strange.

During the chemotherapy I received for my fifth case of cancer, I consumed organic yogurts to help digestion and support the development of ‘good’ bacteria in the gut. Yet, I found that in 1989, yogurt had been related to ovarian cancer. Dr. Daniel Cramer of Harvard University examined hundreds of women with ovarian cancer and recorded their diets.

This made me give up dairy products completely, including milk, yogurt, butter, milk, and all kinds of products which contained dairy. All of the sudden, I discovered that numerous products we use daily, like cakes, biscuits, commercial soups, soy, olive and sunflower oil margarine, include dairy produce in some form.

At the same time, I examined the situation with my fifth cancerous lump with calipers and plotting the results. My doctors tried to encourage me and stimulate me, but I was experienced enough to recognize the real truth. As the first chemo gave no effects, and the lump remained in the same size, I removed dairy produce from my diet -this made the lump shrink in days!

After 2 weeks, my second chemotherapy finished, I did not consume dairy, and the lump in my neck began to itch, then soften, and became smaller. Furthermore, I found that despite reducing in size, the tumor’s decrease in size was plotted on a straight line heading off the bottom of the graph, meaning that it was cured, not suppressed.

Six weeks without dairy, I began practicing meditation for an hour daily, and out of the blue, I felt that my lump was missing. I was not able to spot it, and I was experienced in it, and actually discovered my 5 cancers on my own. I asked my husband to help me, but he was not able to find it either. The next Thursday, I went to visit my cancer specialist at Charing Cross Hospital in London. He checked my neck thoroughly, in particular, the area where the lump previously was and announced that he cannot find it.

The specialist was astonished by this discovery, but when I explained my treatment, he was quite skeptical. Yet, nowadays, I have heard that he uses maps of cancer mortality in his lectures, and even advises cancer patients to avoid dairy.”

Watch the video below to see the incredible story of Jane Plant and share it with anyone you know – it might save their life!