Diet of an Austrian doctor cured 45,000 cancer patients

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Diet of an Austrian doctor cured 45,000 cancer patients
Diet of an Austrian doctor cured 45,000 cancer patients

Austrian doctor Rudolf Breus, the most famous scientist in the West who studies natural methods to fight cancer, said that years of hard work led to the development of the 42-day diet. It is designed to kill developing cancer cells.

Since its establishment, which began in 1980, more than 45,000 patients have been cured.

Many people who have not had cancer have also tried his diet (sometimes only for a week) and report that this therapy has significant positive effects on their bodies, namely:

• improved sleep;

• increased amount of energy;

• the number of colds has decreased.


As part of the diet described in the book "Dr. Breus: Cancer Prevention", patients must not eat solid foods for 42 days. Instead, it is necessary to turn the vegetables into juice

Here is the recipe for one serving:

• 1 beet

• 1 carrot

• 1 stalk of celery

• half a potato

• 1 radish

These ingredients should be carefully ground in a blender and strained to remove all small pieces

How does this diet work?

According to Dr. Breus, cancer cells thrive on proteins from solid foods. The Breus diet literally starves these cells.

The ingredients for the juice are carefully selected according to their ability to fight the disease. Let's take a look at each of them and explore their beneficial properties (vegetables should be environmentally friendly).


Researchers from the University of Newcastle discovered that carrots contain an anti-cancer compound known as polyacetylene. It reduces tumor growth.

Other research shows that carrots contain another anti-cancer compound known as falcarinol, which reduced the size of tumors in rats by a third.


For centuries, Europeans have used beets to treat cancer. It enriches the body with nutrients and oxygen, which, in turn, help in the fight against disease.

Beets also fight tumors by removing carcinogenic toxins from the liver, kidneys and lymphatic system.


In a 2013 study, celery was shown to kill up to 86% of lung cancer cells, thanks to a compound known as apigenin.

Other studies show that apigenin stops the growth of cancer cells.


Studies have proven that potatoes inhibit (suppress) the reproduction of lymphomas in the liver, stomach, cervix, colon and prostate. In addition, it causes apoptosis (death) of malignant cells.


Radishes purify the body and enrich it with a large amount of vitamin C and anthocyanin.

Vitamin C kills cancer cells, while anthocyanin has an antioxidant effect that fights free radicals and protects DNA from damage.

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