“Brian Chambers” and “Dr. Mark Stengler” claim that there is information coded in the Bible that cures just about everything. Specifically they imply that the diet in Matthew 4 cures cancer within days and the “Crown of Thorns Extract” cures everything else. So what’s wrong with this picture?
- They claim is that the University of South Florida, Mt. Sinai Medical Center, and University of Southern California all independently confirm their findings. Yet none of these have any journal entries on this program. In fact there are no published studies at all on this. Not even surveys or animal lab studies.
- In Matthew 4, Jesus is fasting for 40 days and nights and this supposedly kills cancer. Yet cancer itself is shown to cause starvation. And though this kills cancer cells (as seen in ketogenic cancer treatments), it also kills regular cells and your immune system which guards against cancer.
- The “Crown of Thorns Extract” isn’t even mentioned in the Bible. And, in fact, studies show that euphorbia milii (it’s Latin name) is actually a carcinogen (cancer causing agent).
- “Dr. Mark Stengler” is not even a real doctor. And other supposed endorsers (Dr. Steve Nenninger, N.D., and Dr. Michael T. Murray, N.D.) aren’t either. Dr. James F. Balch was a urologist, but is no longer licensed.
- “Brian Chambers” doesn’t seem to be the real person promoting this protocol. He and someone named “Jenny Thomson” are mentioned on the two main websites healthrevelations.com and besthealthnutritionals.com, but both are registered to a person named Jason Pell.
- Apart from all this, the proponents of the “Matthew 4 Cancer Protocol” take forever to get to the point of explaining this “amazing” cancer killer. I’d rather buy into observable studies than “This just in! Call in the next 20 minutes…!” type salesmen.
As a Christian, I find it particularly heinous that they use (self-proclaimed) “Christian” techniques in order to make a financial gain off dying individuals. And I am disappointed in Christian Post for sending me this 3rd party junk in my email.