SPREAD THE WORD: BOOST VS. COKE by Cathy D. Slaght
Years ago, (twenty +) there were two women in the real estate office I worked out of who became very close friends. Eventually they both moved away from St. Petersburg. Over the years our contact grew less frequent as our lives went in different directions.
MY new direction may have been particularly challenging for them to deal with. I left real estate, went into alternative health, and eventually became interested in quantum software. In many respects, I was a totally different person.
Still, we kept in touch.
About a year- ago one of the women was diagnosed with lung cancer. I offered to come up there, stay for a while to help, but she said NO.
I suspect she was afraid I’d push alternative health, maybe even work on her with the SRC4YOU software.
To her, this approach always sounded ridiculous. She didn’t understand what it could possibly do.
The SRC4YOU sends the energy of qigong to the human energy field. This can help clear patterns of stress, which can then allow the body to self-regulate/self-heal.)
All she wanted to do was follow her doctors’ instructions to the letter.
I got it. No pestering.
But yesterday she called. The tumor is larger, and the cancer has spread to her liver. She is now receptive to any/all alternative approaches.
She has decided to be AGGRESSIVE – so plans to receive Vitamin C drips, drink Essiac Tea, and is even considering going to a clinic in Mexico, at a cost about $30,000 a week.
And yes, she said she’d accept a little virtual qigong.
I asked her what she’s eating and drinking.
“BOOST!” she said proudly
But BOOST is mostly sugar- do your own research, but many experts say that sugar feeds cancer. She could be canceling out the drips, tea, etc. by drinking such a sugary drink every day.
Here’s the comparison of Boost to a Coke:
8 oz. of Boost - 28 grams of sugar
8 oz. Coke- 26 grams of sugar.
Boost Ingredients, in order, water, sugar, corn syrup*
*This isn’t high fructose corn syrup, but corn syrup is glucose, which raises blood sugar very effectively. This is where the “energy” comes from- it’s just a sugar high.
Ingredients in Coke - carbonated water, high fructose corn syrup.
Doctors seem to recommend BOOST to cancer patients and the elderly. Is there any logic in this?
(We’re told it’s fortified with vitamins and minerals- another time I’ll post some specifics on this. “Fortified” isn’t always what it’s cracked up to be.)
Anyway, one thing about going alternative and/or quantum – you may get so excited about what you learn that you develop an INCREASING thirst for MORE information. You may then end up with a desire- even a feeling of responsibility- to share what you learn.
Unfortunately, this can make you a major pain in the neck.
Still, I couldn’t help but tell her about BOOST and offered, again, to come up and help.
AGAIN- she said “NO”.
And yes, I get it.
Today’s scan- etheric, not physical
Cathy D. Slaght