Flaxseed oil and cow’s cheese is a recipe by German biochemist Dr. Johanne Budwig


Flaxseed oil and cow’s cheese is a recipe by German biochemist Dr. Johanne Budwig
The diet of German biochemist Dr. Johanne Budwig stands out (from the multitude of dietary foods) for its originality and simplicity. Today, it is effectively applied and helps patients with cancer and tumors at any stage of the disease, even at a later stage of the disease. Dr. Budwig was one of the leading biochemists in Europe in the field of cancer research. She has written many books on this topic. Dr. Budwig has been nominated for the Nobel Prize several times. Dr. Budwig was born in 1908 and lived to be 95 years old. She spent several years on a thorough study of the blood of cancer patients. The result of the research is that the level of phospholipids, lipoporoteins and hemoglobin in the patient’s blood is always reduced. Another finding is that the level of omega-3 fatty acids in the blood of healthy people is much higher than in patients. Dr. Budwig relied on these findings and experimentally chose dietary diets to treat cancers and tumors. The conclusion was a combination of cow’s cheese and organic (cold-pressed) linseed oil. He finds that in just 3 months of using this diet, improvements are achieved. Tumors shrink and patients regain strength. The blood formula is improving. About 1000 co-cases of cancer have been documented. That is why many experts believe that Dr. Budwig with the formula revealed the formula of life to people.
In case of severe illness, Dr. Budwig uses a mixture of 2 to 3 tablespoons of linseed oil (or approximately 5 grams) with 100 grams of fresh cow’s cheese once a day. http://www.budwigcentergermany.com/
Flaxseed oil contains a large amount of omega-3 fatty acids. It is a product that spoils quickly. It should not stand in the light because omega-3 acids are unstable and easily oxidize at room temperature. Rotten oil is bitter and not tasty. Fresh oil is very aromatic and slightly sore throat. Flaxseed oil should not be bought in capsule form even from ordinary sellers. The advice is to shop at health food stores. Keep the oil in the refrigerator as soon as you open the package. Use within the recommended period of exactly 8 weeks or 2 months. See the date of pouring the oil into the bottle. The oil is spoiled if more than a month has passed even if the shelf life is half a year.
People who have chronic diseases should choose the applicable amount of flaxseed oil and start the therapy with small doses (which will increase over time). The maintenance dose for oncology patients is one tablespoon of oil per 45 kg of body weight of the patient. http://www.budwigcentergermany.com/
It is recommended to mix all ingredients well with a blender with a lower speed of work / mixing until a mixture of creamy texture is obtained and without visible traces of oil on the surface. As soon as the mixture is ready it should be used. It is desirable to make a mixture of one tablespoon of oil with two tablespoons of cow’s cheese. Organic and pure products can be added to the mixture for better taste (for example, all nut products except peanuts, a small amount of fresh seasonal plain or berry fruit, cinnamon, fruit juices).
Cow’s cheese is rich in sulfoproteins. In this combination, flaxseed oil is easily absorbed and does not cause allergies, while the combination perfectly nourishes the cells of the organism. This mixture was first used in Europe in 1952 to help a whole range of diseases (atherosclerosis, stroke, myocardial infarction, arthritis, eczema, asthma and for the prevention and treatment of prostate cancer, lung, mammary gland).
The pharmaceutical and oncology industries still ignore Dr. Budwig’s achievements today because her scientific findings can cause serious damage to the food industry in the production of fats and other products.



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