Sugar content in bee pollen for cancer patient

by raywin

Hi Angela, I have recently been diagnosed with secondary cancer and have chosen to follow a ketogenic diet (no sugar and no carbohydrates, low protein replacing with healthy fats). Now I have read that bee pollen is very beneficial for healing especially when having chemotherapy. Do you think the pollen benefits outweigh the no sugar or Carbs which is designed to starve the cancer cells?
I look forward to your reply. Many Thanks, Raywin

Hi Raywin,
There are definitely some issues to consider here. I would recommend you read this page where I address this issue further:

And this page:

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