Performance Eating via the Blood Type Diet and Vitamin C IV Drip for Cancer

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    Oct 19, 2017 3:31 PM GMT
    Performance Eating via the Blood Type Diet and Vitamin C IV Drip for Cancer

    I bought the book and started reading “Cancer: Fight It with the Blood Type Diet”

    Before getting this book, I had the ER4YT Anniversary Edition and the GenoType Diet books which explained
    four potential benefits of Highly Beneficial Foods:

    01 increases microbiome diversity
    02 discourages microbial imbalance
    03 enhances carbohydrate metabolism
    04 helps with weight loss

    The Fight Cancer with the Blood Type Diet adds:
    05 Inhibits toxin (ODC)
    06 Inhibits tumor-promoting enzymes
    07 Inhibits polyamine production
    08 Protects against polyamines
    09 the lectin in said food stimulates cell differentiation
    10 the lectin in said food agglutinates T antigen

    FYI,
    Stephen
    Charts and Map Astrologer
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    Oct 19, 2017 3:40 PM GMT
    Now for the constructive criticism part.

    I don't think all of the benefits are explained in the book.
    The first thing I'm doing is figuring out what is the T antigen.

    SV40 large T antigen (Simian Vacuolating Virus 40 TAg) is a hexamer protein that is a dominant-acting oncoprotein derived from the polyomavirus SV40. TAg is capable of inducing malignant transformation of a variety of cell types. The transforming activity of TAg is due in large part to its perturbation of the retinoblastoma (pRb)[1] and p53 tumor suppressor proteins.[2] In addition, TAg binds to several other cellular factors, including the transcriptional co-activators p300 and CBP, which may contribute to its transformation function.

    The large tumor antigen (also called the large T-antigen and abbreviated LTag or LT) is a protein encoded in the genomes of polyomaviruses, which are small double-stranded DNA viruses. LTag is expressed early in the infectious cycle and is essential for viral proliferation. Containing four well-conserved protein domains as well as several intrinsically disordered regions, LTag is a fairly large multifunctional protein; in most polyomaviruses, it ranges from around 600-800 amino acids in length. LTag has two primary functions, both related to replication of the viral genome: it unwinds the virus's DNA to prepare it for replication, and it interacts with proteins in the host cell to dysregulate the cell cycle so that the host's DNA replication machinery can be used to replicate the virus's genome. Some polyomavirus LTag proteins - most notably the well-studied SV40 large tumor antigen from the SV40 virus - are oncoproteins that can induce neoplastic transformation in the host cell.
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    Oct 19, 2017 3:43 PM GMT
    So, who knew we needed to eat food that agglutinates T antigens???

    I guess when that happens the T antigen will exit the body--no, I'm not going to ask why, because I'm going to get it wrong.

    ... but here's a try (you can correct me). Agglutination will bring the T antigen into the lymphatic system and it will exit the body that way.
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    Oct 20, 2017 3:19 PM GMT
    page 88 in the D'Adamo Cancer book:

    Blood Type A Cancer-Fighting Super Foods Food-Action Chart

    Soy Foods - Lectin agglutinates and destroys cancer cells
    Snail (Helix Pomatia / Escargot) - Lectin detects and destroys cancer cells
    Peanut - lectin inhibits cancer cell growth
    Amaranth - lectin inhibits cancer cell growth
    Jackfruit - lectin agglutinates T antigen
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    Oct 20, 2017 3:25 PM GMT
    This reply will add tremendous value to this thread:

    http://www.dadamo.com/pdf/DAdamo-Disease.pdf
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    Oct 21, 2017 7:06 PM GMT
    Okay, let's look at Blood Type O, page 50.

    How is Omega 3 good for cancer. Page 50 in the Cancer book says the Cancer action for cold water fish is Omega 3. What does Omega 3 do to cancer? Thank you.

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    Figuring out what inhibits toxins (ODC) means.

    First, what is ODC / ODC Activity?
    The enzyme ornithine decarboxylase (ODC) catalyzes the decarboxylation of ornithine (a product of the urea cycle) to form putrescine. This reaction is the committed step in polyamine synthesis.

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    It appears that polyamines are critical for proliferation of both normal and transformed cells. The requirement of polyamines for DNA replication and cell proliferation is established. Transformed and cancer cells, possibly because of their higher proliferative rate, appear to be more dependent on polyamine metabolism than their normal counterparts.

    My estimate is that when a person has cancer you want to slow down the proliferation of cancer cells; thus, 1) inhibiting toxins (ODC), 2) inhibiting polyamine production, and 3) getting protection from polyamine production all are good things for the cancer cells but probably not for the normal cells.


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    Blood Type O
    Green Tea inhibits tumor-promoting enzymes and enhances antioxidants
    The Jackfruit lectin agglutinates T antigens

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    Oct 23, 2017 12:38 AM GMT
    How is Omega 3 good for cancer?

    Omega-3 can strengthen your immune system...increase tumor-suppressor genes...suppress the growth of tumors' in several types of cancer.
    p. 55 BTD Cancer book
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    Oct 23, 2017 1:57 AM GMT
    Supposedly polyamines are critical for the proliferation of both normal cells and cancer cells. Supposedly cancer cells have a higher proliferation rate than normal cells. QUESTION: when a cancer-fighting superfood inhibits polyamines, how is it that it affects the transformed cells (the cancer cells) and not normal cells?

    Finally, I'm up to page 73 where is posited "harmful polyamines." How is it that superfoods inhibit harmful polyamines and polyamines that are not harmful?
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    Oct 25, 2017 4:00 PM GMT
    ODC appears on p. 106. The index says ornithine decarboxylase appears on page 154. P. 106 does not say ODC is ornithine decarboxylase. P. 154 nor does the index show ornithine decarboxylase (ODC).. I wrote in the margin of the index entry "(ODC)" for ornithine decarboxylase.

    Okay, what should be learned from the reference to polyamines in Live Right for Your Type, pages 100-107? The section "Are Your Polyamine Levels Too High?" is important. So when reading the Dr. D'Adamo's Cancer book and we see protects against polyamines and inhibits polyamine production, the assumption and warning is polyamine levels are too high. It is unlikely that polyamine levels are too low in our dietary environment.
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    Oct 25, 2017 4:31 PM GMT
    What the Health Documentary

    Your documentary is very misleading, especially the comment that Dr. Peter D'Adamo's Blood Type Diet is like astrology. I suggest all of you pick up his book on cancer and see what he says about eating lean organic meat for Blood Type Os. You all are probably eating any kind of vegetables whether they are good for your blood type or not.

    "Meat products are a source of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) which can be a potent anticancer agent for Blood Type O. Animals that graze one pasture have from three to five times more CLA than animals fattened on grain in a feedlot. Synthetic CLA has about half the cancer-fighting potential of CLA in grass-fed meat." p. 52 of the book I am recommending to all the authorities and the narrator in your documentary. Cancer: Fight It with the Blood Type Diet by Dr. Peter J. D'Adamo