Course Orientation

Welcome to Alison’s 28-Day Anti-Cancer Repair & Reset – my easy-to-follow, step by step video and book series program. Guaranteed to change your life! This program strives to undermine cancering and disease processes by removing cancer’s favorite foods, while making your body more resilient and strong through deep nutrition. I created this program so that I could help even more people prevent and conquer cancer. While I recommend personalized nutrition for everyone, I have found that many people are missing many basics – such as stress management, reversing insulin resistance, and reducing toxin burden. In this 28 day program, I will walk you through the baby steps needed to begin to optimize your health, and if needed, begin the path to undermine diseases – such as cancer, autoimmune conditions, heart disease, cognitive decline, depression, diabetes, neurological diseases, thyroid disorders and much more. While no two people are alike, stress, insulin and toxins are my big three that must be addressed to become optimally healthy, for us all. My 28-Day Program will repair your body and reset your metabolism. It walks you through how to optimize your diet, rewire your stress response, get rid of toxins in your food, water, air, body, home and cleaning products, change your sleep, exercise, and travel habits, as well as tracking and testing for success.

Each day in this program  includes a number of 1-5 minute videos, supporting materials, and a daily checklist for you to follow. Take as many days as you need to complete each day’s to do list – be thorough and don’t rush. Please watch my free introductory videos below, as they  will give you a feel for my 28-Day Anti-Cancer Repair & Reset. Enrollment in this program qualifies you for a private booking with myself or one of my colleagues, when you are ready to take the next step in customizing your nutrition and treatments using blood chemistry, DNA, and health history.

Why Therapeutic Carb Reduction™ (TCR/Keto) for Anti-Cancer? Cancer cells have mitochondria (cellular DNA that provides energy) which are broken in some way. They must rely on glycolysis, by fermenting carbs and sugars into lactic acid. This lack of flexibility means that cancers must have carbs and sugars to sustain themselves energetically, hence the availability of carbs and sugars is a critical factor for cancer growth. Cancer cells become more vulnerable to any diet that sharply lowers blood sugar and increases alternative energy sources such as fat. This article by Dr. Jockers “The Diet that Destroys Cancer” is a MUST READ for anyone wanting to prevent or conquer cancer. 

It is important to note that this is JUST ONE cancer growth factor. I suggest you use my one on one coaching to dig into ALL of the root causes to prevent or conquer cancer. If you miss just one growth factor (such as toxins, glutamine, radon, stress, hormone, gene, virus, immune imbalance, mold, virus, infection, dental issue, parasite, etc) – cancer can still have an opportunity to grow. The key is to remove all root causes of the disease process so you can live a long happy life and die of old age. This program will get you well on your way to changing your life one step at a time. 

Therapeutic Carb Reduction™ – The Science: Dr. Thomas Seyfried, the author of a book and a 2010 paper called Cancer as a Metabolic Disease writes: “Emerging evidence indicates that impaired cellular energy metabolism is the defining characteristic of nearly all cancers regardless of cellular or tissue origin.” And here’s a recent independent paper highlighting that an increase in the uptake of glucose in human breast cells. In this paper, it concluded that ketogenic diets were effective in stopping the growth of brain tumor in both animals and humans. And in this paper, Dr. Eugene Fine of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine hypothesizes that ketone bodies stop cancers by changing the availability of energy processes in cancer cells. A preliminary paper from Dr. Fine’s team was published and the summary of results states that “Preliminary data demonstrate that an insulin-inhibiting diet is safe and feasible in selected patients with advanced cancer. The extent of ketosis, but not calorie deficit for weight loss, correlated with stable disease or partial remission.”

Can I do this as a vegan, vegetarian, or carnivore? It takes hard work and tracking to do this, but it is possible. I do recommend my one on one coaching so we can see which diet your body prefers. 

Will I lose weight? In my program, you can adjust your settings to gain, lose or maintain weight. This is NOT internet keto for cancer, which is about crappy foods and weight loss. This is a therapeutic program to prevent or conquer disease with extreme nutrient quality and quantity. My cookbook and recipes will guide you. 

Does it taste bad? When I started, the recipes for keto were really pathetic, and not made with non-toxic ingredients. I invented my recipes to replace all the foods I loved and missed. I am now blessed to be able to eat my AntiCancer recipes like my ice cream and brownies every day – and to know that they are healthy, yummy and therapeutic! This is not about deprivation but about how to enjoy and love food. 

Alison’s Training:I have distilled my personal experiences with overcoming “terminal” brain cancer, my nutrition training with the American Nutrition Association/Dr. Nasha Winters, and my work with clients from around the globe to create this information packed program. Conquering cancer and attaining optimal health can be overwhelming, and information on the internet is confusing. I did it the hard way, so you don’t have to.

Sources For This Article Include:

1. University of Utah Health Sciences. “Does Sugar Feed Cancer?.” 18 August 2009.

2. University of California – Los Angeles. “Glucose deprivation activates feedback loop that kills cancer cells, study shows.” ScienceDaily, 26 June 2012.

3. Balasse EO, Féry F. Ketone body production and disposal: effects of fasting, diabetes, and exercise. Diabetes Metab Rev. 1989 May;5(3):247-70. PMID: 2656155

4. Westman EC, Feinman RD, Mavropoulos JC, Vernon MC, Volek JS, Wortman JA, Yancy WS, Phinney SD. Low-carbohydrate nutrition and metabolism. Am J Clin Nutr. 2007 Aug;86(2):276-84. PMID: 17684196

5. Domouzoglou EM, Maratos-Flier E. Fibroblast growth factor 21 is a metabolic regulator that plays a role in the adaptation to ketosis. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 2011;93(4):901S-905S.

6. Koppenol W, Bounds P, Dang C. Otto Warburg’s contributions to current concepts of cancer metabolism. Link Here

7. Boston College Thomas Seyfried Link Here

8. Seyfried T, Shelton L. Cancer as a metabolic disease Link Here

9. Science Direct Metabolic Management of Brain Cancer Link Here

10. Klement RJ, Kämmerer U. Is there a role for carbohydrate restriction in the treatment and prevention of cancer? Nutrition & Metabolism. 2011;8:75