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We have had reports of total reversal of cancer after only three months of taking GcMAF, but lifestyle changes are vital. See below.
GcMAF, our hero product, is natural and pure. Gentle enough for a new born baby (the best thing a breastfeeding mum could do for herself and her baby is to take GcMAF), and strong enough for a weight lifter. It is not invasive or harmful, in fact it is excellent for you!
The eleven points below contain information for gaining all-round good health for everyone, but they are essential if you have cancer.
Where does the name GcMAF come from?
GcMAF is a combination of a natural vitamin D-binding protein, known as a ‘gc’ protein, and a ‘Macrophage Activating Factor’. It forms part of the white blood cells that fight infection.
GcMAF needs to be taken for about three to four months, bood tests will reveal if you need to continue. We all should take one bottle of GcMAF twice a year to maintain a healthy micobiome, as daily stress and everyday toxins deplete us. Our GcMAF may safely be taken by children, even babies.
Read the comment by Libby on our GcMAF orders page.
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2. Mushroom Mix (Currently out of Stock)
If you are not able to enjoy 20 minutes of full sunlight (without sunblock cream) every few days then it is important to take our Mushroom Mix tincture with the GcMAF as this product is high in Vitamin D. Remember that GcMAF is a vitamin D-binding protein, so when Mushroom Mix is taken together GcMAF, the benefit is 2½ times stronger.
Mushroom Mix comes in tincture form and, because it is produced from a natural food source, its absorption and efficacy are excellent.
This product could eliminate the need for most multivitamin tablets.
3. Remove heavy metals from the body.
Removing heavy metals from your body is important, yet is seldom spoken about. Unwanted metals in our body are called ‘heavy metals’. (For more information google ‘Cancer and Heavy Metal Detox’; you will find that the subject is well documented.)
You can remove heavy metals with our Chelator capsules. Chelation means ‘binding’ or ‘grabbing’. Our Chelator product binds to heavy metal toxin ions which are then removed through excretory channels. The capsules contain EDTA (ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid), boosted with other key ingredients, to remove heavy metals from the body, and plaque from the veins and arteries.
Initially you need to take one capsule a day for six months. Thereafter we recommended that you take one bottle twice a year for the rest of your life. This is because we ingest and breathe in heavy metals all the time.
GcMAF contains PROBiotic, and together with the Mushroom Mix they create a magical trio, making it the best-ever probiotic on the market.
If possible, you should include some home-grown probiotic in your diet as well. You can do this by obtaining some kefir granules (try Gumtree or health shops) and making your own kefir. Kefir is a fermented milk drink made with yeast or with a bacterial fermentation starter of kefir grains. It has the acidophilus needed in one’s upper and lower intestine, and is a powerful gut food. (Acidophilus is a bacterium occurring naturally in the body.)
5. Clear your kidneys and Liver
Often, when you are unwell, especially if you have any autoimmune disease or cancer, your body has to fight more toxins than it can handle.
You can and should assist your body, firstly by a change of diet, which is vital. Having a correct diet is imperative! Secondly you need to remove toxins. A kidney flush followed by a liver flush will rid your body of toxins that have created a situation of overload and illness. This is a remarkable procedure that you can safely do at home, but it will need some planning.
6. Stop pure starch foods.
Starches such as potatoes, pasta and grains are foods you probably wouldn’t think of as sugary, but they do eventually break down to simple sugars in the body.
Eat your carbs only through fruit (sparingly) and vegetables!
7. Stop all processed sugars
You should stop consuming any sweets, chocolates, fruit juices (yes, even these!), sweeteners, and most alcoholic drinks – though this does not include non-sugary spirits such as whisky. A good article to read on this subject is: “Sugar Doesn’t Just Feed Cancer Cells, It Produces Them”
8. Eat plenty of veggies
You should regularly eat plenty of vegetables, especially the four cruciferous vegetables (those of the cabbage family): cabbage, Brussels sprouts, broccoli and cauliflower.
9. Eat protein with every meal.
As far as possible, you should try to eat protein with every meal. Eggs are an easy and excellent source of Omega 3. (Omega 3 fats help build brain cells and keep your heart healthy.)
Fasting hinders cancer growth, so after your last meal of the day, fast. Try not to eat again before noon the next day, but keep drinking water (see next point). Fasting also resets your metabolism.
Drink lots of water. Try to drink about one litre in the morning and one in the afternoon. Add half a teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda to one glass of water. (vGood for Cancer Patients). If you can, try to drink 200 ml (about a cupful) of water every hour, to flush your body of toxins. Plain Rooibos or flavoured teas (with no milk or sugar) may be counted into your daily 2 litres of water.
(You can read about the benefits of taking bicarb (baking soda) in this article: Science Daily.)
People with leukaemia should eliminate all foods except carrots. Make yourself a glass of carrot juice six times a day for 90 days. If you want a change in taste you can add half an apple to two of your juices a day – one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Don’t forget to include numbers 1 to 4 above as well!
Exercise is important. We were meant to be physical working people.
Do what you can to build yourself up. Choose your favourite ‘cardio’ exercise – which could be walking (becoming brisk walking) – and do ‘interval training’. So much is out now about Interval Training is an effective method of toning up:
1. Warm up by doing the exercise slowly for 3 to 5 minutes.
2. Then go as fast as you can for 30 seconds.
3. Then go slow for a minute.
4. Repeat this process to build your duration to a maintenance level of 20 min a day.
5. Take it easy (warm down) for the last 3 to 5 minutes.
This form of cardio training is particularly suited to using a stationary bicycle. Make sure the bike is set up correctly for your leg height before you start. The pedaling setting does not have to be to on maximum when you start this training, but you will have to increase the difficulty as you get fitter. Your breathing will increase after the second or third burst; that is normal.
We would love to hear from you once you have started your journey. Send us your story so we can encourage others to begin their own journey.
The AIF Team
Other GcMAF article links
The National Health Federation This IS The Cure For Cancer.”
Bioregulatory Medicine Institute
GcMAF Immunotherapy by Dr James Odell, July 20 2017