Budwig Cancer Cure


A Simple and Natural Cure for Cancer

Most people dismiss the idea that you can cure any cancer simply, easily, and naturally with a 90% success rate. People in general do not put much faith in alternative medicine or natural cures. Even those who subscribe to the idea of a natural and organic lifestyle tend to dismiss natural cancer treatments, thinking that cancer is too big, too strong, and too deadly for alternative medicine.

Meet Dr. Johanna Budwig

Believe it or not, Dr. Johanna Budwig, a German biochemist with a Ph.D in natural science, cured cancer with a 90% success rate with a very simple, natural, and inexpensive treatment. It’s also rumored that she was nominated for the Nobel Prize in medicine six times.

Dr. Budwig underwent medical training, was schooled in pharmaceutical science, physics, botany, and biology, and was one of the foremost experts in fats. She lived to the ripe old age of 95.

What Have You Got to Lose?

What many people do not know is that most cancers progress very slowly.  Dr. Budwig said that her protocol can restore health to people in less than three months. Some people have seen cancer completely eradicated in just a few weeks or even days. While conventional doctors typically try to rush their patients into chemotherapy as soon as possible, consider this: cancer typically kills very slowly. Chemotherapy, on the other hand, kills very quickly.

Why not try this alternative cure?

Quark and Flaxseed Oil

Dr. Budwig’s protocol includes a proper diet, which for the unhealthy is likely to be a radical lifestyle change (but so are chemotherapy treatments). Dr. Budwig allows no refined sugars and no animal proteins except for quark (a type of cheese) or cottage cheese.  But the most important part of her program, and certainly the most well known, is the mixture of quark and flaxseed oil.

In the video on the next page, Sandra Olson shows the recipe for the Budwig Protocol. She uses cottage cheese instead of quark.

Fat is fat soluble, which means it has to be processed by bile from the liver and gallbladder. When someone is sick enough to have cancer (or any other inflammatory disease for that matter), their ability to process and absorb fats is drastically reduced. Quark and cottage cheese are rich in sulphurated proteins. When these proteins are mixed with fat, the fat becomes water soluble and no longer needs the liver’s help to be absorbed into the body’s cells. Furthermore, even a healthy body can only assimilated so much fat at once when the fat is not water soluble. Dr. Budwig’s method saturates the body with omega 3 anti-inflammatory fatty acids, a process which oxidizes the cells and restores health at a cellular level.


You will need organic, cold pressed flaxseed oil and organic quark or organic cottage cheese and a blender (since you are mixing a small amount, an immersion blender works best, or you can use a mixer with a single beater). If you can get cottage cheese or quark made with fresh raw (unpasteurized and unhomogenized) milk, then get it as long as it is organic.

The ratio is 1 tablespoon of flaxseed oil to 2 tablespoons of quark or cottage cheese thoroughly blended so that the oil is no longer visible. Using more quark or cottage cheese is fine, and preferable to not using enough. A total of three to six tablespoons of flaxseed oil a day one is recommended.

Again, the Budwig diet is more than this simple recipe. While the flaxseed oil and quark recipe is is certainly the most important component of the regimen, a proper diet is needed to reap the benefits.

It’s Not Just for Cancer

Diseases thrive on unhealthy cells and inflammation. In fact, disease is the symptom of unhealthy cells. Raymond Francis put it best, “There is only one disease (malfunctioning cells), and only two causes of disease(nutrition deficiency and toxicity).” Most of our modern diseases from diabetes to cancer to arthritis are inflammatory diseases.

Quark Alternatives

Organic cottage cheese can be used in place of quark. Yogurt or kefir can also be used in place of quark but are considered less optimal. The ration is also higher: 3 tablespoons of yogurt or kefir to 1 tablespoon of oil.

Vegan Alternatives

We at OLM tried to find a vegan substitute for quark, but were unsuccessful in finding one high enough in sulphurated protein. There were some vegan sulphurated protein capsules, but the company that we would have recommended quit making them and now we can’t find any available.

Bionatures.com offers “companion nutrients” with sulphurated protein already mixed with flaxseed oil. It should be noted that Dr. Budwig was not a fan of supplements and she believed the quark/oil should be eaten immediately after mixing.

Flax Alternatives

We love UDO’s Oil 3-6-9 with DHA. It’s primarily flax seed oil but has other beneficial oils as well. Omega 3s are not the only anti-inflammatory fatty acids. Hemp seed oil is another option, but neither hemp seed oil nor UDO’s Oil have been proven to rid the body of disease like flaxseed oil.

Your Health, Your Responsibility

For more information on Dr. Johanna Budwig, check out Dr. Johanna Budwig’s Healing Diet & Protocol. Also, if you have cancer (or any other disease for that matter), consider looking into the Gerson treatment and read what Michael Edwards, Editor-in-Chief of OLM would do if he were diagnosed with virtually any disease. The modern medical establishment is a for-profit business. Curing disease naturally is not profitable, but it is possible. In fact, you have a greater likelihood of successfully curing disease with the right natural approach than through conventional medicine.

Michael Edwards

Michael Edwards

Michael Edwards is the founder, owner, editor-in-chief, and janitor for Organic Lifestyle Magazine. At age 17, Michael weighed more than 360 pounds. He suffered from allergies, frequent bouts of illness, and chronic, debilitating insomnia.

Conventional medicine wasn’t working. While he restored his health through alternative medicine he studied natural health and became immersed in it.

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