I Nearly Faced Death When I Attempted To Treat My Cancer With A Carrot Juice Diet I Discovered On Instagram

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I Nearly Faced Death When I Attempted To Treat My Cancer With A Carrot Juice Diet I Discovered On Instagram

A woman narrowly escaped death after attempting to treat her cancer with a juice diet. Irena Stoynova has cautioned against dismissing conventional medical advice in favor of alternative information found online.

Diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma in June 2021, she opted to ignore medical professionals’ recommendations for conventional cancer treatments, choosing instead to shut them out.

Rather than undergoing chemotherapy, Ms. Stoynova turned to the internet for alternative solutions and followed the guidance of a man with hundreds of thousands of social media followers.

This individual advocates for the body’s natural healing abilities through radical lifestyle and dietary changes. Ms. Stoynova, from Hampshire, experimented with various diets and holistic therapies over two-and-a-half years, resulting in emaciation and fluid accumulation in her lungs. She was on the verge of death when she was rushed to Frimley Park Hospital in May of last year. Ms. Stoynova was informed that without treatment for her stage-three cancer, her chances of survival were slim.

Despite her initial refusal, Ms. Stoynova eventually agreed to undergo chemotherapy after several days. Following a 50-day stay at the hospital’s acute dependency unit, she reflected on her decision to reject conventional treatment. She admitted to being influenced by “reading about and watching many doctors and professors talk about the success rate of alternative therapies online,” as reported by Bristol Live.

The 39-year-old sales professional recounted her journey through alternative treatments after her diagnosis, including a two-and-a-half-year juice diet, raw diets, intermittent fasting, and boiling herbs.

I Nearly Faced Death When I Attempted To Treat My Cancer With A Carrot Juice Diet I Discovered On Instagram

She said: “I was devastated, the whole world just closed around me and I felt really alone.”

Ms Stoynova revealed that despite being advised to start chemotherapy, she sought out other options online, leading her to an American influencer with a large following who advocated for holistic treatments. “I found an American guy who has millions of followers who promoted holistic treatment,” she added.

The man’s podcast features interviews with doctors and professors discussing holistic approaches, in which they label conventional treatments as ‘outrageous’ and suggest those opting for chemotherapy are ‘lazy’.

Ms Stoynova invested in multiple juicers and dedicated hours each day to preparing juices. She added: “The guy has three or four books on how to heal cancer holistically how to make salads, use different herbs, juicing, intermittent fasting there were so many testimonials, so many people that did it.

“I spent £2,000 on juicers one for smoothies, one for carrots, one for citrus and one for everything else. I spent two to three hours a day making juice for the next day. I was fanatic. It was like tunnel vision.”

“I didn’t stop. I was just so weak, I had sleep deprivation and hallucinations. I didn’t even have the strength to open the door for the delivery man. I couldn’t breathe because there was fluid on my lungs, I lost about 20 kilograms because of the dieting.”

Despite being hospitalised in May 2023, she continued to seek holistic treatments for her cancer, leading to what medics called ‘frustrating’ discussions. It wasn’t until after a 10-day stay in the hospital that she consented to chemotherapy.

Now in remission, Ms Stoynova said: “I now say to people that the side effects from chemotherapy are a piece of cake compared to the side effects that I got from trying the holistic treatment. When you have Instagram, Facebook, or even Google there are going to be millions of people who are going to say that they healed cancer holistically with organic carrots and parsley and celery.

“What I would say is it’s great to have beliefs, it’s great if they’re backed by science, and please don’t cut off your consultants. I cut off consultants and everything connected with standard medicine and I almost lost my life.”

“If you have cancer, you need something much harder than organic carrot juice and celery.”

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