Intensive Bootcamp

We use Sakharoff Protocol 

to change the brain cell environment and stop tumor growth

- Instead of only fighting the symptoms with targeted therapies

Diagnosed with GBM?

Your son, your daughter or yourself are diagnosed with GBM (Glioblastoma Multiforme), one of the most aggressive brain tumors that interferes with all bodily functions and leads to a very fast decline, slowly depriving a person of the ability to move, to communicate, and even to eat and drink.

It's a terrible situation that pushes you up a blind alley. It's even harder in a situation where the conventional medicine apparently does not offer options.

But there is an option. Please read on carefully.

Is BEAT GBM Bootcamp for you?

BEAT GBM Intensive Bootcamp is for you if your son, your daughter or yourself are newly diagnosed with a high-grade brain tumor as GBM or DIPG and can say YES to one or more of the following criteria:

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    Your son, your daughter or yourself did not receive radiation yet
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    Your son, your daughter or yourself have just finished the course of radiation
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    You are aware that the conventional therapies don’t change survival rates for DIPG
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    You understand the difference between targeting symptoms and addressing causes
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    You are eager to learn how addressing the 5 main areas of cell environment can save lives

Join Our Weekly BEAT GBM
Online Webinar!

In this webinar I will answer your personal questions and share some of the techniques that you can use right away to make the brain cell environment uninhabitable for cancer cells. These techniques will form a core of the BEAT GBM Intensive Bootcamp starting in the Autumn 2018.

It's important that you become familiar with the idea of the non-pharmacological metabolic approach - before you join this webinar. That's why I wrote a little book about metabolic approach to GBM and DIPG. I would like to give this book away to you for free - both as eBook and audioBook for your convenience.

It will take you about 90 minutes to read or listen. 

Please take your time to read or listen the book - BEFORE you join the webinar. 

In this book I will answer the following questions:

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    How Can the Non-Pharmacological Metabolic Approach Save GBM and DIPG Lives - Where the Conventional Medicine Can Not?
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    What Are The Causes of brain tumors?
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    Why Is It So Hard Both For Us and The Doctors To Break the Taboo?
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    Why Can Doctors Not Advise on Metabolic Approaches?
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    Why Taking Personal Responsibility Is Our Only Chance?
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    What Happens After You join The BEAT GBM Intensive Bootcamp?
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    What to Expect - Stages of Healing?
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    Sakharoff Protocol - Why It Works, The Main Strategies?
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    Reality Check. Is There An Alternative?

... as well as many other questions.

I look forward to inspire you and answer your questions!

Katrine Flindt MD

Katrine Flindt MD

Medical Director of IOM Clinic, a functional medical clinic in Denmark

The aggressive brain tumors are considered almost impossible to cure. Very few patients survive. Even the best neurosurgeons and oncological teams have low survival rates. The Sakharoff Protocol is an attempt to change the paradigm. Misha Sakharoff and his team introduce a whole new range of interventions, that have never been used in such a comprehensive setting - and which are simultaneously totally non-toxic.

I see Sakharoff Protocol as the first attempt to integrate interdependencies of cellular and mitochondrial metabolism with lifestyle, behaviour and training routines. The fact that this bootcamp provides its participants with daily practical assistance through 26 weeks gives hope that it will be possible to actually stop and reverse proliferation of the agressive high-grade tumors like GBM and DIPG. I will follow this bootcamp closely.

Why You Need to Act Now

It is crucial to understand that there are only two short periods of time that open up for the opportunity to stop proliferation of the tumorous cells:

1. Shortly after the diagnosis and before the course of radiation

2. Shortly after the completion of the initial course of radiation

Why? Because these two short periods give the diagnosed person the best chance to endure the course of intensive structured training and lifestyle change. Both situations represent a window of opportunity.

I call it the window of opportunity because I know that when we cross the line of the later stages of tumour proliferation it will be too late. At this stage the severe side effects of anti-inflammatory steroid and other medications prescribed as supportive or palliative treatment will reduce the quality of life in such extent that - it will rule out the ability to endure intensive structured training [14].

Crossing the line of the later stages of tumour proliferation is called point of no return because the quickly degrading physical ability (musculoskeletal, organ function) as well as attention, awareness will eliminate all chances of active daily effort. I'm talking about 3 prerequisites of success related to the window of opportunity and ability to endure a structured daily effort: 

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    Physiological prerequisites - is biochemical change reversible? 
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    Psychological prerequisites - is readiness to change intact? 
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    Consciousness prerequisites - is attention and awareness intact?

Sakharoff Protocol is engineered to utilize this window of opportunity with maximum efficacy.

GBM glioblastoma - act before you cross the point of no return

We strongly prioritize starting with the changes that are most crucial and promote maximum effectiveness already during week 1 of our BEAT GBM Intensive Bootcamp.

In this way we can help you to start establishing a strong and lasting process of healing - right away. This can be done through prioritizing enhancement of the body's energy supply and utilization - through coordinated effort on the fields of: optimization of breathing, nutrition, physical training, and lifestyle intervention.

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Online Webinar!

Reality Check.
Is There An Alternative?

GBM survival rates are one of the shortest of all brain tumors:

  • Median: 6-9 months after the diagnose
  • 1 year survival after the diagnose: 30%
  • 2 year survival after the diagnose: 10%
  • 5 year survival after the diagnose: 1%

Clinical trials of targeted therapies have not brought any survival benefits to GBM patients yet [1,37]. As you might already know, their life prolonging effect is three months in average, despite of lots of scientific trials [37,38].

DIPG is incurable by conventional targeted approaches because:

  • Chemotherapy - 250 clinical trials in the latest 30 years failed to show any benefit for survival
  • Radiation - shows 70-80% improvement that lasts about 3-5 months, unfortunately followed by relapse and unavoidable steep decline
  • Proton Therapy - can not be used effectively because of not well-defined edges of tumor
  • Surgery - total removal impossible because of risk connected with the central placement in the pons, and the diffuse character of the tumor cells proliferation

Personal message for you

Can one human being be a telecom engineer, a project manager, a jazz musician, a breathing therapist - at the same time? For me the answer is yes – with the addition of love and excitement.

Thus I am hardly really surprised that I recently found myself working as a practical health trainer and at the same time writing my first scientific paper on integrative health for the medical publisher Elsevier while at the same time teaching doctors and other health professionals in my own certification program, The Sakharoff Protocol.

What has driven me all the way is a deep belief in balance - all things in nature, society and technology are interdependent. Imbalances can be solved when we detect the point of failure.

I have also been driven by a deep longing after purpose, and today I can say that not only did I find my purpose. It also found me. And we are working overtime together to bring a new health paradigm into the world.

In my work with Alzheimer's patients and Glioblastoma patients I have found a striking common cause. In both cases it seems that the human environment and behaviour can cause different problems in the brain environment for the 2 different groups of brain cells.

In one case, when the human environment is suboptimal, it can make the neurons degenerate and die. Then the neurodegenerative disease is triggered - one of which is Alzheimer's disease. 

In another case, when the human environment is suboptimal it can make helper cells (glia) become cancerous and form cancerous tumors as Glioblastoma or DIPG. 

In both cases the causes are the same - human environment and lifestyle. The only difference is in the personal genetic setup of the two people, that will trigger uninhibited cell division for one case - or cell degeneration and death in another case.

The difference lies in the different degree of metabolic flexibility of the two groups of brain cells. The neurons are very simple and inflexible cells. The helper cells (glia) have more sophisticated and flexible structure and function.

When your genetic setup includes some compromised gene pairs that mostly affect brain neurons - they are forced to change. Being simple and inflexible they can only degenerate and die.  Then you are most probable to develop Alzheimer's. 

When your genetic setup includes some compromised gene pairs that mostly affect glia cells - they are forced to change. Being more sophisticated and flexible in structure and function they can mutate to survive.  Then you are most probable to develop a brain tumor. 

These and other severe conditions caused by human environment and behaviour - also share another similarity. When targeted with medicine, surgery or radiation, the causes are left untouched to eventually produce new symptoms in the future.

The metabolic approach is a slow process, but it does the job changing the human environment and behaviour - thus improving the environment for the cells and the whole body. If and when you comply and stick to the strict regimen, compliance heals. If not – passivity can be and very often is mortal.

Working with such deadly diagnoses can be an ordeal. In my work I have had both wins and losses. A close friend first won, and then lost, his battle with GBM. And I witnessed a young girl diagnosed with DIPG having the last few months of her life darkened by a whole array of medical errors.

Luckily I have also seen many clients recover from diseases regarded by conventional medicine as incurable and reach a state of what they claimed was better health than ever before.

These life lessons learned from experience have helped me formulate the following:

  • It is possible to reverse a GBM tumor by strict compliance to a metabolic approach
  • A GBM sufferer can not return to the old lifestyle after tumor remission – that kills

Misha Sakharoff

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About Sakharoff Integrative Health


  • To empower people through integrative approach to rediscover the natural healing powers of their body, so they can take back responsibility for their health. 

  • To move from sick-care to health-care and towards non-invasive metabolic therapies – instead of constantly finding new genetic pathways to promote the current business model based on creation of new highly invasive chemical drugs.

  • To bring forth a paradigm shift towards education instead of medication.

  • To move back to the old model of medicine. Here, doctors were rewarded for their success in keeping their patients healthy - instead of being paid for trying to heal them when they got sick.


  • Sakharoff Integrative Health protocol is a NPMA - Non-Pharmacological Metabolic Approach. As such it does no harm in the medical sense, it does not use any medical substances and basically doesn’t require any special equipment. We don’t sell neither the substances or the equipment. We only provide education and training to optimize the body functions essential for health and resilience. We also provide daily assistance to our clients to ensure 100% compliance regarding their activity and measurement regimens.

  • Sakharoff Protocol promotes not either-or, but both-and. It means that the idea of integrative health has to be promoted. We connect the dots - not only nutrition, not only breathing, not only movement but all of that combined in one process.

  • Sakharoff Protocol is in many ways complementary to the work of doctors that are openminded. Our common understanding is that the source of chronic diseases is metabolic dysfunction triggered by wrong lifestyle, through expression of a person's unique DNA.

  • Sakharoff Protocol uses scientific research studies as the foundation for its core teachings and exercises.

  • Sakharoff Protocol looks at triggers and causes of the disease - not only the symptoms. The protocol promotes understanding of lifestyle disease as syndrome with metabolic disfunction - multi-factorial condition with a bouquet of symptoms. Eg. people with Alzheimer’s most often than not get both diabetes and cardiovascular disease and other symptoms of metabolic dysfunction.

  • Sakharoff Integrative Health work on two levels of interest. Firstly, helping individual person taking responsibility for his/her own health. Secondly, with the whole society, facilitating the paradigm shift from the practice of conventional allotropic medicine towards the idea of integrative metabolic health.

References - Scientific Studies

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