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Sulfur based proteins and curing cancer

   Sun, March 21, 2010 - 12:58 PM
After much digging I found that in the Budwig diet it's the sulfur based proteins that are doing the hard work for making omega 3s water soluble so I figured if you know what sulfur protein it is then you can just use that. It turned out that the sulfur protein in question is called L Methionine and not only is it found in cottage cheese like in the Budwig diet but it is also present in hemp. It is one of the essential amino acids. So I am now presently testing on myself the effects of consuming L-Methionine mixed with fresh ground flax seed. I use a coffee bean grinder to finely grind the flax seeds into a powder and then add a few 500 mg L-Methionine pills and pulverize them into the mix until blended nicely. I then add this to one of those mixing containers used for whey protein powder,add water,Shake well and consume. It doesn't taste the best but its much better than using cottage cheese which was repulsive.

What I found about L-Methionine is that its the primary amino responsible for breaking down fat like omega 3 fatty acids. I still need to look up how much flax it takes to make fax seed oil since the Budwig diet called for using flax seed oil and I am using fresh flax seeds. There may be a difference in the amount of omega 3 content per serving.


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Sun, March 21, 2010 - 2:32 PM
thanks for the info.. take a look at 'run from the cure' if you haven't already..

A friend of a friend is presently in a clinic with advanced leukemia.. not sure that hemp is high on the agenda though.. just saw a photo of him out eating a mcdonalds ice cone!
Mon, March 22, 2010 - 2:45 AM
I am trying to make it easier for people to apply the same concepts from the Budwig diet without it being too repulsive to the taste buds.
Wed, March 24, 2010 - 11:32 AM
after some searching onlinez I found that the main sulfur amino in cottage cheese is actually L-Cysteine and not L-Methionine although both are good for breaking down fats and oils. I also found a good source of powdered L-Cysteine that is 99.94% pure. HAPPY EXPERIMENTING