Texas Road Trip & Sugar Problems
December 2, 2014
So sweets are a problem…. a seriously huge problem. Plain sugar, sugar substitutes or anything that has a huge glycemic index will cause you problems. So choose your poision in the form of sugar or sugar substitute, they will kill you.
There off my soap box now.
This week’s forecast is set for travel with a chance for answers:
Tuesday – We drop off our little crew with family in Port Lavaca. They are amazing and the kiddos love it there. So thankful we have them in our life and our kids are so loved by so many.
Wednesday – Austin, Texas is the home of N4H Research. Glen R. Luepnitz, Ph.D. is the man with the plan. He holds a doctorate in Nutritional Counseling and that is really cool. I’m going in to pick his brain on nutritional oncology. That would be the type of oncology that does not involve chemotherapy.
Thursday – The Burzynski Clinic in Houston, Texas will be our destination. Stanislaw R. Burzynski, M.D., Ph.D. is a cancer mad man. This is a good thing. 10 years before I was born he identified naturally occurring peptides in the human body which he concluded control cancer growth. He found that there is a marked deficiency of these peptides in cancer patients. My M.D. Anderson oncologist doesn’t care what causes cancer and only has one way to fix it…. Chemotherapy.
Friday – Well that is up in the air. We are hoping to get into Dr Hammond’s office in Dallas. He reads the RGCC Blood test and dissects what works best in the body. I had blood sent to Greece in September and it was tested against a board of chemos and natural substances that kill the cancer in my body.
I’m really looking forward to getting into Hammond’s office. His office has real promise in my world.
We will keep you posted on what is going on this week and how the travels are going.