From: Flora Van Orden <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Janet Ng
When I was invited up there [to Creative Health Institute], I had private conversations with some of the staff about the fact that when people are using canned tahini, even though it says raw, it is a clogging oil that promotes the cancer and heart conditions. It doesn't matter, many doctors say, what kind of oil people use. It's an accumulative situation. I disagree. People can actually sweat out animal protein easier than margerines, or dead vegetable oils like olive oil.
People who have those particular health challenges should not be using citrus at all, or any of the nightshades. If people would go back to the basics that Dr. Ann used, instead of trying to branch out with all of the great variety of fancy foods, the challenged would just get well on the blended foods and not even have exposure to the foods that have to be chewed (not to say that the blended foods don't have to be chewed at least 30 times, as you know, before they are swallowed so that they may be assimilated in the villi easily). The easiest-to-digest foods that Dr. Ann taught were Energy Soup made with Rejuvelac, seed and nut cheeses and Veggikraut. Beyond that, there was not much except for coconut water and fresh fruits (not citrus - and no tomatoes).
I remember people coming up to Boston and wanting Dr. Ann to expand her recipe books and then using things that she, Dr. Ann, did not use when the books were published. She used tomatoes as a color, but she knew that they lowered the immune system of the patient/student because they contain malonic acid (a biproduct of a tapeworm stage), and besides are a nightshade. Even down in Puerto Rico, I've had to rescue people from the citrus who had cancer, and whose stomachs were practically dissolved because some staff who were not on the program brought some oranges in and displayed them in bowls.
No Braggs or olive oil ever should be allowed in the Institute, and not more than 1/4th of an avocado or the same amount of seed or nut cheese should be allowed a student who is challenged with cancer, heart condition or diabetes.
Arthtiic patients should be told about the nightshades straight away so they can be aware; why people want to eat inflammatory foods anyhow after awareness is something we all have struggled with in the past.
I had some frozen and dead food presented to us when I was there, and was very surprised that it was available. None of those "candy bars" have enzymes in them. The tahini was the most dangerous of all, though. But, then the syrup also grows cancer cells. Who is to say which is the most dangerous, after all. Only God knows.
A friend of mine has found that rabbit flukes cause the tumors originally and then the sheep liver fluke turns it into cancer. With all of the precious creatures defecating in the dirt in California, with the sheep being pastured for 3 months before the Mexican laborers come in and plant the fruits and veggies, we have to be very careful that we don't turn into carriers, when we grow veggies up there and make sure there are fences around the perimeters, and that nightshades are not grown, because the turned over leaves make the dirt poisonous (actually the wrong ph).
I went away from CHI with a different feeling than when I came. I thought that it was going to be a revelation of the dream that Dr. Ann had to have places all over; instead, I found I had to take some of the students outside with Energy Soup I had made myself from the wonderful local weeds and teach them to ground themselves in the sun while eating. The looks on their faces and the feeling that came over them as they ate silently was so precious. They felt rejuvenated and peaceful. We left the dining area because people were talking about illness and disease and operations, and Dr. Ann wanted silence so we could pray over the food and give thanks to each ingredient. We are making holy happy cells.
I know I am preaching to the choir with you, and just venting my frustration because I felt that in trying to lead, I may have ruffled some feathers. One person even thought I was undermining the program. No, I was trying to get the program back to being what Dr. Ann wanted before she died. She had gone back to eating the energy soup made with weeds and local fruits and vegetables, not the sunflower and buckwheat, and she felt so much better.
I felt that people were being misled and even ultimately killed by that 'creative' branching out of what should be a simple program to generate cells, happy cells. Energy Soup, wheat grass juice, Rejuvelac, fruits, and seed and nut cheeses of sesame/sunflower and almond, and dulse instead of nori. Nori also has a tapeworm stage biproduct so the rolls are lowering people's immune systems now.
I have helped many people when their breasts looked like raw hamburger and watched them heal. I have also watched two die, because of psychological reasons of incest when both were younger. They wanted the male parent to feel guilty and the female parent to also feel guilty because they allowed it, even after they were told, because they said they didn't believe it. We have to honor their choice, even though we want them to live.
I just wish I had a chance to help Janet focus on the real living food program. Some of the wheat grass nowadays is not good at all. Dr. Ann's very real concern was our seed and nut supply and keeping it pure. We need to save and replant everything.
Please send this to Janet, and let her know that I am here for her, PO Box 900963, Homestead, FL 33090, email@example.com, or drflora3rd.com and if she wishes to go on with the operation, afterward, we can refine her diet. I hope she has read "The No Dairy Anti-Cancer Diet" of Dr. Jane Plant. She had lost one breast, had chemo and radiation 5 times and it kept coming back. Finally, she threw away her ghee and yogurt when she and her husband realized that the China study had exposed the fact that the reason the Chinese didn't have cancer was because they didn't use dairy. Her tumors started to itch, and then got smaller and when she measured them with a caliper and charted them, the reduction was in a straight line (meaning a cure), not a curve, which indicates just in remission. That was nearly 20 years ago or so. Never to return. I don't exactly agree with some of her recipes in that book, but hey, with enlightenment, in the future, she will move toward living food.
- Dr. Flora van Orden III