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The attached articles argue for a extremely low carbohydrate, high fat diet. This is to target tumor cells’ reliance on glucose metabolism.
I would also strongly advise that you make sure your vitamin D level are at least 50 ng/mL (125 nmol). Suntan bed is a good idea (or a visit to the Southern Hemisphere) since sunlight may have additional positive benefits beyond just vitamin D.
Seyfried et al. – 2009 – Targeting energy metabolism in brain cancer throug
Seyfried et al. – Is the restricted ketogenic diet a viable alternat
A low carbohydrate, high fatprotein ketogenic diet for cancer patients