Mom I Am Hungry But Can't Eat Because I Am Nauseated

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Mom I Am Hungry But Can't Eat Because I Am Nauseated

by Hardunger on Sat Oct 25, 2014 09:28 AM

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This is a question that I am Not Sure how I could help. He is beginning to feel weak and how does one keep their strength up? He says the nausea pills make him feel worse.

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by JenniferONeal on Sat Oct 25, 2014 11:17 AM

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If a person is having trouble with eating due to nausea, here were things we found helpful.  Taking the anti-nausea pill an hour before chemo and then going right to bed (if he's on a daily routine).  Stay well hydrated and try to get whatever sunshine and exercise is possible.  Buy a juicer and give him some fresh juice each day.  There are lots of recipes for juices but we usually just throw whatever fruits and veggies we have on hand in there with some ginger and lemon, apples, celery, and carrots.  Otherwise soups can be very nourishing, especially soups that have been cooked slowly using beef bones or whole chicken.  Find things that digest easily or add digestive enzymes to help break down foods or milk thistle to protect the liver.  These are the kinds of things we do for my husband who is a two-year brain cancer survivor.  Blessings and love to you, Jennifer

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by jinni73 on Tue May 05, 2015 12:31 AM

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Try a celery and carrott broth yet there are tricks to this in preparing it. sourcing your veggies correctly is essential if you cannot get your veg grown from a garden that has not used chemcial fertiliser (chemical fertiliser restricts the uptake of sulphur and boron 2 essential elements which are needed to protect the body from illness) then buy organic never buy from a supermarket as these are all loaded with pesticides, when you buy any store bought fruit or veggies if they are shipped from abroad then they will be sprayed with pesticides regardless of the fact that they are grown organically, get a sink full of water preferably distilled not tap water due to all the chemicals that are not filtered out (there can be upto 75,000 chemicals in your tap water) if you have to use tap water then put it into a glass container and leave it in the sun for 3 days this will kill a lot of the chemicals and seperate the rest pour the water out carefully then place your fruti or veggies in the sink and add a quarter of a cup of white vinegar and some sea salt (make sure the ingredients are listed on the pack else you are just getting table salt which comes from the sea) soak your fruit and veggies for about 20 minutes and this will remove a lot of the pesticides, if you are unaware of the illness pesticides cause we can take an example of the peach the cheapest fruit out there which is added into all fruit juice that says contains 5% real fruit juice on the label this has 24 hormone disruptors and 8 cancer causing chemicals.

next all amino acids denature between 55 and 75 celsius except meat which denatures at 37 celsius meat is far more inferior in quality than vegetable's, the most effective way to cook any food is 37 celsius body temperature it takes a lot longer but you are getting what you need out of it. also add some thyme or/and rosemary into your broth these contain terpenes which will kill your cancer, also reishi or mistletoe are very good at negating the effects of chemotherapy. 

metal destroys minerals so when you cook you need to use either a ceramic or clay pot with an organic finish xtrema is one brand of clay pot you can use, also do not use plastic with food these also give cancer causing chemicals, when you wash your pots and utensils do not use washing up liquid as it leaves a chemical residue that does not wash off you can make a citrus peel based detergent that is natural look it up on the net. 

distilled water with an electrolyte say sea salt is the start in fighting cancer or any disease, we  have to stop adding toxins into the body and pure water is the first step.

RE: Mom I Am Hungry But Can't Eat Because I Am Nauseated

by Annb1962 on Sun May 31, 2015 04:02 AM

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On Oct 25, 2014 11:17 AM JenniferONeal wrote:

If a person is having trouble with eating due to nausea, here were things we found helpful.  Taking the anti-nausea pill an hour before chemo and then going right to bed (if he's on a daily routine).  Stay well hydrated and try to get whatever sunshine and exercise is possible.  Buy a juicer and give him some fresh juice each day.  There are lots of recipes for juices but we usually just throw whatever fruits and veggies we have on hand in there with some ginger and lemon, apples, celery, and carrots.  Otherwise soups can be very nourishing, especially soups that have been cooked slowly using beef bones or whole chicken.  Find things that digest easily or add digestive enzymes to help break down foods or milk thistle to protect the liver.  These are the kinds of things we do for my husband who is a two-year brain cancer survivor.  Blessings and love to you, Jennifer

Jennifer, thank you so much for sharing this information. I plan on passing it along to some of my family members, and even myself while in remission. Thanks again, Ann

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