Chris Wark

Chris Wark

Cancer Survivor
Born: 1977

Chris Wark was diagnosed with Stage III colon cancer when he only 26 years old. He had the tumor surgically removed but elected not to do chemotherapy. Instead, he changed his diet and experimented with many other alternative therapies. He is currently cancer-free. Wark has appeared on The Ricki Lake Show, The Lisa Oz Show and many other tv and radio programs, including a cancer documentary called The C Word. Wark wrote a self-help book on natural healing called Chris Beat Cancer which became a best seller. He has hundreds of thousands of followers on social media.

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Chris Wark’s Diet

Diet Summary

Wark believes diet is just about the most important thing you can do to prevent cancer. Before he got his diagnosis, he says he had a very fast metabolism, was very skinny and could get away with eating anything, which in his case meant a lot of junk food. Following his surgery, the hospital served him unhealthy food (a sloppy joe) and it occurred to him that he should be eating better. To heal himself, he adopted a raw vegan diet. He says the best sources of clean, high-quality fuel for your body comes from raw, organic fruit, vegetables, seeds and nuts. He did a lot of juicing and also took a bunch of vitamin supplements. Today, he still sticks to mainly fresh, organic fruit and vegetables, and the only meat he eats is local, organic and pasture-raised. He says both food manufacturers and the medical field are big business and care more about their bottom line than your health.

Estimated Macros

  • Low-Medium Protein 20% 20%
  • Low-Medium Fat 20% 20%
  • High Carb 75% 75%

Diet Details

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Go Raw

Proponents of a Raw Foods diet like Wark say that cooking destroys valuable enzymes found in raw foods, and also raises its acidity, creating a breeding ground for disease.
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Make It Fresh

Wark said he would make a batch of juice in the morning to drink throughout the day, but later discovered that much of the nutrient content is lost unless you drink it right away. He says if you are going to store your juice, be sure to use airtight glass bottles.

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Quit Overeating

Smoking is the number one cause of cancer, but Wark says a lot of people don’t know the second most common cause: obesity. He says he can’t stress enough how important diet is in preventing and fighting cancer.

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Smelly Superfood

Wark ate several cloves of crushed, raw garlic each day as part of his protocol. He says he stank, but at least he lived to tell about it. Wark also recommends raw onions to combat cancer.

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Origin Matters

Wark says to eat organic produce because it is much healthier than what you’ll find in the non-organic section. The agro-biz fruit and vegetables grown from genetically modified seeds, and awash in harmful chemical fertilizers and pesticides.

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The Bottom Line

Wark says it’s important to remember that the food industry is a business, and looking to earn as much profit as it can. This means using ingredients which are toxic to us.

What to Eat

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Raw, organic vegetables

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Fresh, organic fruit

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Raw seeds

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Raw nuts

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Raw garlic

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Raw onions

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Leeks

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Broccoli

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Brussels sprouts

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Kale

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Cauliflower

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Cabbage

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Spinach

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Beet root

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Lemon

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Dandelion

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Horseradish

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Clean, filtered water

What to Avoid

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Genetically modified foods

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Processed foods

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Hydrogenated fats

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Artificial additives

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Chemical preservatives

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Refined sugar

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Soft drinks

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Artificial sweeteners

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Wark On His Pre-Cancer Diet

I was not a healthy eater. I ate typical fast food junk. I was a Standard American Diet guy.’

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Wark On Raw Foods

Raw food is living food. Cooked food is dead.’

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Wark On Nutrients

‘The vitamins, minerals, nutrients and enzymes in raw fruits, vegetables, seeds and nuts are bio available. Plants take these minerals from the soil and convert them into a form that the human body can absorb and use to repair itself.’

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Wark On Non-Organic Produce

‘If you compare commercial and organic produce in your local grocery, you will likely find that the commercial produce looks much better, but don’t be fooled. They have mastered the science of growing “beautiful” produce.’

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Wark On Veggies

Dark greens, cruciferous veggies and garlic account for less than 1% of our Western diet! Hello?’

Chris Wark’s Fitness Routine

Weekly Workout Routine

On the Rebound

Wark recommends using a trampoline as the best exercise for your immune system because jumping really gets your lymphatic fluid moving, a key component to detoxifying the body.

Be Vigorous

Even if you’re not into bouncing, Wark recommends some form of exercise that makes you sweat. Your skin is your biggest detoxifying organ, and sweating releases toxins through the skin.

Give Me Exercise Or Else

Wark says exercise is extremely important to prevent cancer, and to help cure it. He says doctors who discourage cancer patients from exercising are doing their patients a disservice.

Rock of Ages

Wark says he often listens to worship music or healing scriptures to compound the healthful effects of exercise.

Rise & Rebound

Wark says you can streamline your day by exercising before your daily shower. He also says even if you don’t break a sweat, rebounding still offers health benefits.

Fresh Air Fountain of Health

Wark recommends exercising out of doors whenever possible to connect with nature and God.

Just Breathe

Wark says it’s important to breathe deeply as you exercise, especially when out in fresh air.

Workout Style

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A Chris Wark Rebounding Routine

Warm up: Do a few minutes on the trampoline doing a low-impact ‘health bounce.’

Strength/Aerobic bounce: Really get your heart pumping for 5-10 minutes.

Cool down: Do a few more minutes of low-impact health bouncing.

 

Work out for 7-20 minutes per session.

Repeat 2-3 times per day.

Drink 12-16 oz. of clean, filtered water beforehand.

Weather permitting, bounce outside.

Breathe deeply.

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Wark On Exercise

‘Exercise gets all your juices flowing.’

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Wark On The Importance Of Exercise For Cancer Patients

‘The risk of cancer deaths falls as activity level rises.’

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Wark On Using A Trampoline

‘Rebounding exercise was an integral part of my daily anti-cancer exercise routine. It’s the best exercise for your immune system.’

Chris Wark’s Supplements

Vitamin D

Vitamin D

Wark says vitamin D is essential for cancer prevention and longevity.

Magnesium

Magnesium

Wark says he takes magnesium along with his vitamin D for better absorption.

Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera

Wark says aloevera has amazing healing properties, reduces inflammation and stimulates the immune system. It was and still is part of his anti-cancer diet.

Curcumin

Curcumin

Wark recommends curcumin for its cancer-fighting properties.

Beta Glucan

Beta Glucan

Wark says beta glucan can give a boost to your immune system, knocking out cancer cells, viruses and harmful bacteria.

Quercetin

Quercetin

Quercetin is a flavonoid that slows the growth of cancer.

Oregano

Oregano

Oregano is high in antioxidants and antimicrobial compounds. It also contains quercetin, and a good source of iron and vitamin K.

Cayenne

Cayenne

Cayenne offers excellent detoxifying capabilities. If you prefer to take yours as a spice, Wark says the hotter, the better.

Ginger

Ginger

Ginger is another spice that contains high levels of free radical-fighting compounds.

 garlic

garlic

Wark loves his superfood garlic and calls it the most powerful anti-cancer spice. It can also help repair DNA.

Chris Wark’s Lifestyle

Sleep Rhythms

Wark says while the usual recommendation of 6-8 hours may be okay, you may need more like 9-10. He also says in Eastern medicine, the hours between 11 pm and 1 am are critical for recharging many of your internal systems.

Be Kind to Yourself

For quality sleep, and improved quality of life, Wark says to do yourself a favor and eat a dinner that is easy to digest. Avoid things like meat and dairy in the evening and do not eat late.

Wind Down

Wark recommends taking a warm bath with calming essential oils like tea tree, frankincense, lavender or myrrh to help you relax in the evening. He also recommends reading, and avoiding doing anything stimulating, like surfing the internet, eating sugar or thinking about stressful things, like work.

Alternative Therapies

Some of the alternatives to chemotherapy Wark tried include Gerson Therapy (juicing), the Beck Protocol (blood electrification, PEMFs. colloidal silver and ozonated water), and the Gonzalez Protocol (vitamin therapy).

Sunshine Cure

Wark recommends exposing as much of your skin as possible to sunlight to maximize vitamin D production — but to avoid tanning beds at all costs. He also says you should avoid conventional sunscreens because they’re chock-full of chemicals.

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Wark On Sleep

‘If you are sick, you need as much sleep as possible. You need to practically be comatose. Think hibernation.’

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Wark On Winding Down

‘Stop watching stressful television. Especially the news.’

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Wark On Lifestyle And Cancer

‘[Cancer] has exploded as a result of our choices, our diet, lifestyle and the Industrial Revolution, but the cancer industry tries to discredit that by saying “We have a mummy with cancer. It’s always been around.

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Wark On Obesity And Cancer

‘Forty percent of all cancers are caused by obesity.’

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Wark On Opioids And Cancer

‘What I found out is that morphine and all opioid-based pain medications cause cancer to spread — and no one knows this.’

Recommended Products

Chris Beat Cancer:

Chris Beat Cancer: A Comprehensive Plan for Healing Naturally

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