by George Asimov, HumansAreFree.com
Jane Plant is now 70 years old. It’s been 28 years since she was first diagnosed with breast cancer and 23 years after she was told she had 2 months to live ‘if we are lucky’. On 28th January she was told by her consultant oncologist she remains all clear with a tumor marker like that of a normal woman.
This is her story…
Jane Plant was a professor of geochemistry at Imperial College, London when she was first diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 42 and, no matter what the doctors threw at it, the cancer kept coming back.
“I asked my doctor to end my life for me there and then — I didn’t see how I could go on battling a disease that seemed hell-bent on finishing me off,” Jane told in an interview to Daily Mail.
She was ready to give up fighting, when she heard her 6-year-old son crying out for her in the next room. Even though her doctor gave her “at the very most, two months to live,” she decided to be strong for her family and try another approach in order to beat cancer.
Remarkably, only six weeks later, her tumor was gone.
This is her secret
Jane Plant and her husband, Peter Simpson, did their own research and found a connection between the incidence of various types of cancer across the world and diet.
In China, the breast cancer rate was 1 in 100,000 compared to 1 in 10 in the UK, at the time.
(Today, the risk of breast cancer in the US and UK has raised to 1 in 8 women).
“Further research convinced me that it had to be diet-related, and so I adopted the kind of diet predominant in China,” Jane explained.
The Chinese diet
The predominant Chinese diet (that destroyed Jane’s cancer and kept her alive to this day) is pretty straight forward:
- low animal protein (i.e. less or no meat)
- no dairy
- lots of fruits, vegetables,
- nuts and pulses
And that’s it! Nothing fancy, expensive or not accessible.
“Six years later,” Jane recalls, “I stepped off a train in Reading, where I was giving a lecture, and I was struck with this epiphany: ‘I’m not dead — I’m still not dead.’”
“Those words repeated in my head over and over for the rest of the day. And I knew I could finally allow myself to believe I had beaten cancer.”
Jane Plant is now 70 years old and lives in Richmond with her husband. They have three children and six grandchildren.
It turns out, again and again, that a healthy diet (i.e. keeping your body alkaline) can both prevent and overcome cancer.
This is your long-awaited wake-up call: change your diet today!
Disclaimer: This story is presented for information purposes only and it is not intended as medical advice.